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Special moments shared at McKenzie

Catch up on the latest news and activities at our McKenzie communities, and get some great health and lifestyle tips too. 

There is a first time for everything for Buderim Residents

Posted by McKenzie | 09 Jul 2019

On Tuesday 18th June, Buderim Views Aged Care visited the Skyline Ferris Wheel at Happy Valley.

Respite at McKenzie Aged Care, a family's experience

Posted by McKenzie | 27 Jun 2018

McKenzie respite is here to support you and your loved one.

Volunteering at McKenzie Aged Care

Posted by McKenzie | 23 Apr 2018

Volunteering is a great way to connect with residents and the community

Respectful and caring at every stage

Posted by McKenzie | 03 Apr 2018

At McKenzie, we say we provide care as only a family can give, at every stage of care that is needed.

This is your best call for all things aged care

Posted by McKenzie | 15 Mar 2018

At McKenzie Aged Care, we're here to help.

Being family owned makes for a good change

Posted by McKenzie | 08 Feb 2018

It may have been happening slowly, over time. Or perhaps it’s been triggered by a recent fall or other mishap.

Carers Take Good Care

Posted by McKenzie | 29 Jan 2018

It’s true. To properly look after someone, you first have to take good care of yourself.

Where aged care and friendships go hand in hand

Posted by McKenzie | 23 Oct 2017

Understanding the individual needs of each and every resident is extremely important to us.

At McKenzie Aged Care, we’re here for you.

Posted by McKenzie | 04 Oct 2017

Where’s here? Wherever you need us to be. As McKenzie has 16 beautiful aged care communities, there’s sure to be one that’s in the perfect location.

Aged Care - You Can Try Before You Decide

Posted by McKenzie | 18 Sep 2017

Perhaps you’ve been thinking: “If only you could try an aged care facility to see if it’s right before you make the big move”.

Aged Care - Made Easy and Affordable

Posted by McKenzie | 05 Sep 2017

Aged Care - Made Easy and Affordable

"She captivated my heart"

Posted by McKenzie | 29 Jun 2015

Buderim Views resident Loloma Weir was 92 years old when she first laid eyes on the letter her late-husband Stuart had written to her parents, asking for her hand in marriage 72 years ago.