Aussie vets get a holiday to take in the sights and sounds of holiday in the Sunshine Coast
Sydney residents have been given a break to relax and enjoy the sights, sounds and the sights alone this year.
The Sunshine Coast is hosting its Summerhill Nursing Home & Hospital on Saturday, July 11, to celebrate the opening of the nursing home and hospital, which has a population of 1,000 residents.
The community is in the midst of the biggest construction boom in recent memory with the first of several major expansions in the near future, with plans to extend the existing facilities to accommodate 1,500 more residents.
Summerhill Nursing home and the new Summerhill Hospital will feature two rooms with beds and a shared washroom and a single room with beds for two patients, with space for a total of 10 patients.
A community visit from one of the resident’s will be scheduled on the day of the visit, with an opportunity to meet the nurses, staff and other residents.
Winter Wonderland is also on the calendar with a two-hour guided tour, with the tour ending at 9am.
A walk down the coast is also part of the schedule, with visitors invited to take part in the ‘Sally Ride’ as part of Sydney’s new Snow Wonderland, which will be open to the public from July 8.
Sydney’s new Winter Wonderland will be opened from July 7 to 13, with a free snow day for all visitors.
The park is located in the city’s north, just outside of Sydney.
It will open to visitors from August 6.
Sydneysiders have been advised to stay in their homes for the duration of the tour, which is scheduled to last around 45 minutes.
It is not known whether or not this tour will be held on the weekend of the opening.
The park will be free for residents and visitors alike.