220 Diagonal Road

Warradale SA 5046


Telephone: 08 8291 8072

  • Retirement Living

Property options


Typical 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom


Close to the local shopping centre and Westfield Marion, residents at our Warradale units can access cafes, shopping, cinemas, medical centre and much more.

Each of the 19 units has a bedroom with in-built wardrobes, bathroom, split kitchen and dining areas, a lounge room, reverse cycle air conditioning and beautifully maintained gardens.

- Bedroom 1 (3.67m x 3.37m) with BIR and linen closet
- Bathroom with shower, toilet, basin, connection for washing machine
- Storage closet
- Kitchen (2.81m x 3.25m)
- Lounge (3.25m x 4.15m)
- Porch at front and rear


Image living in a home that’s just right for you… one that’s close to shops, transport and community activities… one that’s near to friends and family… and one where neighbours are friendly, and professional support is on hand.

Warradale retirement living units, located 300 metres to the local shopping centre and 2.5kms from Westfield Marion shopping centre, are close to public transport, shops, cafes, medical centres, cinemas and beach.

Inside, each air-conditioned unit provides a bedroom with built-in wardrobes, bathroom, kitchen, dining and a lounge area. Outside, there are great places to walk with parks and beaches nearby.

You can also have the benefit of accessing rehabilitation services provided on site at The Pines, one of our high-quality residential care centres located approximately 7kms from Somerton Park. 

Fully maintained by Southern Cross Care, you can spend more time focusing on what you love most – enjoying life.


  • Built in wardrobes
  • Reverse cycle air conditioning (split system)
  • 300 metres from local shopping centre
  • Only 2.5km to Westfield Marion
  • Close to public transport
  • Visitors’ car park
  • well-maintained gardens


220 Diagonal Road

Warradale SA 5046


Southern Cross Care’s retirement living units provide affordable living for people throughout South Australia and the Northern Territory.

By giving you a fully equipped place to live at an affordable price, we can make your retirement that little bit easier.

To become a resident in one of Southern Cross Care’s retirement living units, you need to pay an entry contribution. This is simply a payment made to Southern Cross Care for the right to live in the property of your choosing. For retirement living units, these contributions vary from $45,000-$170,000.

This payment gives you ‘licence to occupy’ the property, and your interest is secured by a lifetime lease. Whilst Southern Cross Care maintains the title ownership of the property, the Retirement Villages Act and the Residence Contract protect your tenure.

The rights and obligations of residents are clearly set out in the lease, and cannot be changed without each resident’s consent. This means that although the residents do not have the title to their unit, each resident will have the exclusive right to occupy the unit for their lifetime if they wish, subject only to certain exceptions set out in the Retirement Villages Act.

As the owner and manager, Southern Cross Care has a long-term interest in the ongoing success of all properties and as a result, is committed to maintaining a high standard of facilities and services.


Maintenance Fees

As a resident, you are required to pay a monthly maintenance fee. This is always charged in arrears. The fee covers the operation of the property and the services that are specifically covered in your contract. This may include:

  • Rates and taxes – e.g. council, water, emergency services levy
  • Insurance (excluding contents) of building, common areas, plants and equipment
  • Public lighting
  • Repairs, painting and maintenance of buildings, plants and equipment
  • Use and maintenance of all common facilities
  • Administration costs – administration, gardening and maintenance staff
  • Cleaning of common areas, rubbish removal
  • Replacement of hot water services, air conditioning (installed by Southern Cross Care), appliances, floor coverings that were supplied in the unit when it was first occupied by the resident.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will you accept an application for a unit “subject to the sale of my property”?


How long will you give me to sell my property?

Firstly we will confirm the expected settlement date. Once this has been provided to you, we will give approximately 4 months to confirm the sale of your property.

Will there be a “cooling off” period after signing the lease in case I change my mind?

Yes, you may choose to withdraw from the arrangements within fifteen business days after signing the lease, provided written notice is given to Southern Cross Care. Southern Cross Care will refund any money paid by you in full.