A New Age of Retirement
Sundale's newest community is the region's first to achieve the UDIAs 6 leaf Environmental Development certification on the Sunshine Coast.
Set across 20 acres of lush, tropical landscape in Tewantin-Noosa the community will feature 180 environmentally sustainable homes and 60 aged care studios with state of the art club facilities and services.
The community’s sustainability features will not only reduce the village’s carbon footprint but also the cost of running resident’s homes and communal facilities.
The community is set in the lush, tropical bushland of Tewantin-Noosa just minutes from the town centre and a short drive away from the myriad of world class beaches that the region has to offer. The community is set back from the tourist hustle and bustle creating a harmonious sanctuary where residents can choose to relax in the comfort of their own homes or enjoy the services and facilities the community has to offer.
Reflecting the essence of Tewantin-Noosa is our upcoming, state of the art, environmentally sustainable retirement community and residential aged care studios. The community will boast world class services, facilities and home design centered on facilitating connectivity and cohesiveness within our natural environment.
The Tewantin-Noosa community will feature a state of the art club house, lagoon pool, gymnasium, electric cars and bikes, restaurant and café. With everything retirees may desire at the footstep their needs will be fully catered for to provide comfort and assurance to age-in-place.
Sundale’s commitment to a cleaner, greener future because we love our community!
UDIAs 6 leaf Environmental Development certification achieving excellence in sustainability in ecosystems, waste, energy, materials, water and community.
100% off the grid solar panels and battery storage - reduced energy costs to residents
Smart building, sensor & smart controlled LED lighting & AC - reduced energy costs to residents
Storm water harvest and reuse for irrigation
Electric Pool cars and bikes - reduced energy costs to residents
Revegetation and enhancement of remaining non-cleared areas
Retention and revegetation of native vegetation
Carbon neutral by 2026 ...
“Both Noosa Council and the Noosa community have set themselves ambitious targets to be carbon neutral by 2026. It is therefore very pleasing to see that Sundale’s residential aged care development in Tewantin will be the first of its kind to be awarded six-leaf EnviroDevelopment certification. Sundale’s approach to sustainability fits snugly with the broader aims of the Noosa Shire.”
Tony Wellington – Mayor of Noosa