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We have our own club in Roleystone. It is in the old Kindergarten building next to the Fire Station. Activities are held there regularly. There is also a good library. Ring the number below and join up.

Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club
46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone WA 6111

Phone: 93975203
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 Club Activities

Monday Mahjong and games 9.30am - 12.30pm $2.00 
Wednesday Indoor bowls 9.45am $3.00
Every Friday Indoor Bowls 1.00pm $2.00
Last Friday of the month Social  4.00pm Bring a Plate & BYO

Additional trips and outings around the district are planned.
For more information about these outings please contact the Club on 93975203 or drop in at 46 Jarrah Road Roleystone. 

Hillandale Village

Roleystone does have a retirement village which provides retirement accomodation with independant living. It is run by Amana Homes (previously known as Anglicare).

Hillandale Village comprises 36 one storey retirement units. Hillandale Village is a mixture of one bedroom subsidised units and a Homewest Joint Venture. There are also 14 two bedroom resident funded units.

Address is at 4 Andreas Road Roleystone Western Australia 6111 Australia. (Behind the Fire Brigade Building).

For information regarding the ongoing costs and how to apply, please contact the Retirement Living Coordinator on 9424 6381.

Robin Road Seniors Housing

The old primary school site was sold to a private developer who is developing the site for Seniors housing. See below the latest developments from Pat Hart.


An update as promised due to ongoing community interest and enquiries into what is occurring on the old Primary School site in regards to the development of Seniors housing. As you would be aware in late April the ownership of the old Roleystone Primary School site changed hands and is now owned by Abbie Holdings Pty Ltd. The City of Armadale has designated the site to be developed for "aged and or dependent persons" which is generally considered for people over the age of 55yrs. The State Government has approved the property as suitable for 44 residential units.

Before any plans can be prepared and be made available for Council and local discussion the owner must engage suitably experienced and qualified consultants to investigate and report on a number of issues.

Currently the owner is in discussions with a variety of consultants with the intent of appointing them to produce reports on a range of issues including, site feature survey, demolition of selected existing structures, geotechnical report for soil analysis which is required for drainage and foundation requirements, waste water management proposals, effluent disposal options, existing environmental issues concerning preservation of suitable vegetation, bushfire management, availability of adequate services such as water and power. Other matters including streetscape, building type, strata title management choices etc also need consideration Once the site is fully investigated and all relevant features, constraints and potentials are understood then the site planning and type of housing developments can be put to paper for discussion..

As yet there is no calculated timeline for all these matters to be resolved .It is hoped however that by spring of this year there will be enough base data to at least begin draft structure plans. If anyone sees excavating machines on site shortly they will be digging a number of test holes over the site in order to commence investigations regarding soil analysis to be used in the waste water management studies.

The owner plans to keep the community fully informed of the project's progress and once he has confidence in the viability and development integrity of the concept then community consultation will be implemented.

Pat Hart
Convenor Roleystone Seniors Housing Committee
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Please go to the website of the development company called Robin Glades to find out more about this.

City of Armadale

Seniors Services: The City of Armadale's website has loads of useful information about services available to Seniors in our Community including free talks and events. Click here for details.

Library Services: Click here to view information about the City of Armadale's Libraries.

Other services: Click here to view service providers listed on the City of Armadale's website. This useful list includes contacts for Home Help, Advocare, Carers WA etc.

City of Armadale Library offers home delivery service

A home delivery service is available to residents who are unable to access library services due to an ongoing illness or disability. Staff use information provided by the reader to select library items. Items are delivered to their homes on a fortnightly basis. For more information contact the Seville Grove Library Phone: (08) 9399 0800.