At The Landings, you can be as relaxed or as active as you wish. While there is always something to do, there is also plenty of space to relax and enjoy some quiet time for yourself.

A key feature of life at The Landings is the number and range of weekly activities and special events available to residents. The Landings has its own Social Coordinator who works with the Social Committee to plan diverse social activities.

With more than 50 regular weekly activities for residents to choose from, you have plenty of activities to take part in. These include bowls, tai chi, bridge, billiards, choir, movies, knit & natter, swimming and more – as well as regular stimulating talks on a range of subjects by both visiting and resident experts.

Add to this a range of day trips, theatre group outings and special events, Welcome functions, Anzac Day ceremony, the Spring Fair, Christmas parties and fashion parades.

One of the most popular community activities is Happy Hour – held at the bar upstairs in the plush Clubhouse every Friday night from 5pm. This is a chance for residents to get to know each other better and catch up on the latest news. It’s always very well attended, and a great social occasion.

There are also regular monthly BYO barbeques on the Clubhouse patio, and special breakfasts, lunches and dinners in the Clubhouse restaurant when the occasion warrants – such as Mothers’ Day, Christmas and New Year. “Nobody need ever be lonely at The Landings – ever,” said one resident.

For those keen to get moving there is aqua-exercise held in the indoor swimming pool, exercise class at the gym and bushwalking. The Bushwalking Club meets every Friday at 8am for a leisurely venture into the serenity of the surrounding natural bushland. They follow one of the many well-worn tracks, such as the Sphinx, through the magnificent Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Along the way, you can see wallabies, goannas, echidnas and lyrebirds as well as many glorious wildflowers in all seasons.