At Horizon SDA, we are helping you get into Specialised Disability Accommodation.
Youâ€™ll be able to live with dignity and respect and as much independence as possible.
Our plans are bright and modern, a far cry from care facility living.
This Home features:
- Modern and striking architectural design
- Beautiful functional kitchen with height-appropriate benchtops
- Open-plan living area
- Fully-maintained landscaped garden
- All our SDA homes are built to the highest level of specs and at the high physical support, SDA certification requirements, and fully independently 3rd party approved.
All of our homes can be customised to suit the individual needs of tenants and feature the latest smart-home technology, including the ability to use a personal device to control lights, blinds, access doors, air-conditioning, and intercom where appropriate.
The Sunshine Coast encompasses beach resorts, surf spots and rural hinterland in southern Queensland, Australia. It stretches from the coastal city of Caloundra, near Brisbane, north to the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park, home to multicoloured sand dunes, mangrove forests, and shallow lakes. Upscale Noosa Heads has boutique shops, waterways, and walking trails through Noosa National Park.
Surfers and golfers will love the holiday town of Coolum, while lush Eumundi in the Noosa hinterland will satisfy market shoppers and art lovers with its famous Eumundi Markets. Maroochydore is the cultural capital of the region, but is pleasingly far from being a bustling city. From the Sunshine Coast you can catch a car ferry from the village of Tewantin and explore the Noosa North Shore, the Great Sandy National Park and World Heritage-listed Fraser Island.
The Sunshine Coast has a clear 20-year economic blueprint and vision to build a high-value economy of choice for business, investment, and employment, on the back of strong economic foundations and valuable capital assets.
For potential property investors, it offers potential because of the thousands of new jobs that this investment in infrastructure will bring.
Queensland has a population of over 5.1 million, concentrated along the coast and particularly in South East Queensland.
The capital and largest city in the state is Brisbane, Australia’s third-largest city. Ten of Australia’s thirty largest cities are located in Queensland, with the largest outside Brisbane being the Gold Coast, the Sunshine Coast, Townsville, Cairns and Toowoomba. The state’s population is diverse, with 28.9% of inhabitants being immigrants.