Tranquil Retirement Group
For extra reassurance, this stunning retirement living development is brought to you by the family behind Tranquil Waters Victoria Point – adding commitment and a true personal touch to ensure you enjoy every aspect of your new lifestyle.
For over two decades and across two generations, the Tranquil Retirement Group business has been based exclusively in the Redlands. So all our decisions are made right here by committed people that you can talk to in person
Retirement Village Manager
With nearly 20 years’ experience in managing retirement villages in NZ and Australia, Cherie admits that she has never wanted to move to another industry. “When you work in an environment where residents live, you become part of their everyday lives.”
Cherie enjoys the daily interaction of village life, especially having one on one time with residents. “I love hearing stories of earlier lives, children and travels, it’s such a privilege” Cherie is looking forward to the new community centre which is set to take the villagers lifestyle to another level, the resort-style centre will offer residents everything from a lounge and bar, pool and gymnasium, library and much more.
It will be great to be part of this new era for Ormiston rise.
Retirement Living Sales Support and Administrator
Wendy’s entire working life has been customer service related, from Banking and Finance to Hotel Management. Wendy is now applying these skills to working in the Retirement industry.
Wendy is more than happy to assist both the Ormiston Rise residents and anyone wishing to call in and see what Retirement Living is all about.
“Working at Ormiston Rise honestly feels like a privilege to me, it is like we are a growing family with such an exciting future. For me, speaking to different residents each day and hearing their stories is a highlight each week.”
Retirement Living Administrator
Linda grew up at Amity Point on North Stradbroke Island. Her daily commute to high school included a trip across the bay by barge as there were no water taxis available at that time.
On leaving school, Linda worked for a number of years at Point Lookout before moving to the “mainland” to seek out new opportunities.
Linda loves to travel but is always happy to return home to Australia and to the Redlands which she has called home these many years. She enjoys photography and is looking forward to making the most of the photo opportunities presented by the Village.
“I feel fortunate to work in such a lovely and unique environment, with a friendly and supportive team and to meet the many residents who are happy and eager to share their stories with us”.