Serenitas opens its new clubhouse at The Vantage at Vasse

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Serenitas’ The Vantage at Vasse in the city of Busselton, 240km south west of Perth, Western Australia, has opened its multi-million dollar clubhouse.

From left to right: Serenitas CEO Rob Nichols, City of Busselton Mayor Grant Henley, Member for Vasse Libby Mettam and The Vantage at Vasse Village Manager Graham Alp cut the ribbon.

Member for Vasse Libby Mettam and City of Busselton Mayor Grant Henley helped cut the ribbon to the clubhouse that will deliver health, leisure and lifestyle benefits and provide important community connections for The Vantage’s over-50s community.

“The clubhouse will be the focal point for the community, enabling homeowners to live active, vibrant and engaged lives. Importantly it will be an extension of their own homes, where friends and family will be welcomed in style,” said Serenitas CEO Rob Nichols.

“We are very proud of the contribution this project has made to the local economy during this challenging last 12 months. We have deliberately utilised local builders and trades, with more work to come as we enter stage 2, bringing further benefits to The South West,” he added.

Serenitas owns and operates 19 land lease communities throughout Australia including Thyme Lifestyle Resorts, National Lifestyle Villages, Affinity Lifestyle Resort, Latitude 25 RV Lifestyle Community, The Outlook at Albany, The Vantage at Vasse, and RV Homebase Fraser Coast.