Brand New Clubhouse Launches at Chambers Pines
Ingenia Lifestyle Chambers Pines has unveiled its new $3 million Hamptons-style community clubhouse and facilities at its open day event on Saturday 3 February.
Logan City Council Division 9 Councillor Phil Pidgeon joined Ingenia CEO Simon Owen to officially launch the new facilities with the Traditional Owners of the land leading guests in a First Nations Smoking ceremony and Water Blessing ceremony.
Residents and guests were then invited for a first look at the much-anticipated clubhouse during the open day and enjoy live music from a Bee Gees tribute band and lunch.
The clubhouse has become a social and entertainment hub for resident events and gatherings with expansive wrap-around verandahs and a multitude of resort-style facilities.
Catering to a variety of exercise preferences, the clubhouse features a fully fitted-out air-conditioned gymnasium designed for all fitness levels, a lap pool, four-lane competition grade lawn bowls green, and games room.
Residents will now take advantage of Ingenia’s new social and lifestyle program, Be Active, which has been introduced to enhance the lives of residents, with free monthly events, social engagements and health and wellness workshops.
Ingenia Lifestyle Project Sales Manager Lynda Ruddell said the feedback received from clients and stakeholders was that the clubhouse is the most modern such facility in the region.
“The new clubhouse will help to create a sense of community and belonging by providing a place for residents to connect and socialise,” Ms Ruddell said.
“Staff and residents had very much looked forward to unveiling the clubhouse and know that it will now become a valuable asset in the community.
“The new facilities are perfect for our Queensland weather and will allow residents to utilise the space year-round with its alfresco barbeque area where residents can entertain guests.”