"Sukoon" is an Arabic word meaning "Peace or Tranquility".
Come and visit our offices and information centre at the site 161 Underwood Road, Eight mile Plains to get a first hand experience of what the centre will offer, and get your questions answered.
With your support we will be able to enhance your social, spiritual and physical well being.
Sukoon an Arabic word for “Peace or Tranquillity”
In mid 2000’s a group of like-minded individuals recognised the lack of any Retirement or Aged care facility specifically catering to the spiritual and culinary needs of the Muslim Community.
From these seeds of inspiration, the concept plans were commissioned and Sukoon village a facility to cater for our community, whilst open to residents of all faiths was born.
Sukoon Village has Alhumdulilah very recently been approved by the Brisbane City Council
Retirement | Aged Care Village | Medical Centre | Childcare Centre
RETIREMENT VILLAGE, AGED CARE, DEMENTIA UNITS, MEDICAL CENTRE & CHILDCARE CENTRE.
The Centre is designed to include:
91 x 2 & 3 bedroom Retirement units
20 Aged Care units
10 Dementia care units
A 250 square meter medical Centre
A 75-place childcare centre.
Studies have shown that the concept of Aged care and Childcare together has significant benefit for the elderly especially those with Dementia.
Australia as we all know has an ageing population and dementia is on the increase in all communities. It affects many of our loved ones and their families. This facility aims to have dedicated dementia units which will be much needed to support our loved ones suffering with this incurable illness. The units will also help the families to cope better with this difficult diagnosis.
This will be a unique facility in Queensland and will be open to all.
The Centre will be professionally managed according to the Government standards, rules and guidelines which apply for any Retirement village in the wider community. The tenure models are still to be confirmed, but will always be in keeping with the Guidelines for Retirement villages as regulated by the Queensland Government.