There is plenty to love in this South-East suburb of Brisbane. The highly sought-after Carindale boasts more than just one of the largest shopping centres (which we absolutely love!). This fabulous location has great recreation, excellent shopping, charming houses, easy access to the city, bayside, great schools and beautiful facilities making this Brisbane suburb popular […]
Yesterday we celebrated Chinese New Year by launching Elements @ Con Noi Carindale. To mark the occasion and welcome the residents into the Elements family we enjoyed a festive event at Elements @ Con Noi Carindale. The day included a traditional Lion Dance, a fantastic spread and of course excellent company. Along with the Elements […]
MEDIA RELEASE – 1 February 2022 – An alignment of philosophies about how retirement villages should operate, made Con Noi Village at Carindale the perfect fit for Chiou See Anderson’s retirement asset portfolio.
NOTE – This is a repost (added 1 Feb 2022) from former Vacenti managed Con Noi website Vacenti Update on Coronavirus – COVID-19 – Update no 29 – Aged Care Direction 14 Information as at Monday 30th November 2020 Further good news! This afternoon the Queensland Department of Health released Aged Care Direction 14, effective 1am 1st […]
(repost 1 Feb 2022 from former Vacenti managed Con Noi website) After 58 years of marriage, Con Noi couple Joseph and Jeanette seem as much in love as ever – recounting old memories and cutely debating the finer details. Vacenti staff member Shelly Mills was lucky enough to sit down with this couple and learn […]
(repost 1 Feb 2022 from former Vacenti managed Con Noi website) Our Con Noi residents certainly have style! Last month, Con Noi hosted a fashion parade. Our Resident’s Committee Activities Director, Gweneth, would like to thank Judith, Clare and her happy group of helpers who assist arranging the fashion parade twice a year, in conjunction […]
(repost 1 Feb 2022 from former Vacenti managed Con Noi website) In the 1970s, Allan took a liking to brass instruments. Fancying clarinets, he took lessons to learn and eventually started playing alongside his musical brother in a band. This band played at functions around the Beenleigh district, entertaining audiences from weddings to casual concerts. […]