West Harbour Gardens Residential Care
West Harbour Gardens is a building that encourages social interaction as part of its design. It consists of three wings stemming from a central communal hub. Two wings have their own small lounges. A large atrium serves as space for most of our activities including dining, celebrations and events as well as daily living. We run clubs based on the shared interests of Residents and are sometimes entertained by community groups and performers. There’s plenty of games to enjoy and some Arts and Crafts too. There’s also ample space and opportunity to just relax, and enjoy a cup of tea and a chat.
Located near the Western Motorway and within a relatively quiet and modern suburb, West Harbour Gardens really is well situated for families to visit their loved one. As stone throw away from Westgate Shopping Centre, and within 15 minutes of Albany mall, Residents and families have easy access to local amenities and friendly cafes. And with local hospitals nearby, there is peace of mind that emergency assistance is close at hand if needed.
Enjoy Our Beautiful Grounds
The building itself is purpose-built as a Residential Care home, with three separate wings stemming from a central communal area. Two of the wings sport their own smaller lounge, retaining an intimate feeling to this moderately sized home. A large atrium for dining, activities, celebrations, and community provides a friendly and convenient space for daily living.
With a Management career of over 30 years, Rob holds a Commerce degree from Auckland University.
He has spent many years managing businesses both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
I apologise for any spelling errors and those members that we inadvertently missed. Please convey our utmost appreciation to these wonderful men and women for their humanity and professionalism. I am sure they epitomise the dedication and ethos that is the hallmark of WHGRC under the skilful management of Jacqueline Parker-Nance, Auckland Facility Manager.
It gives me great please to summarise this experience with a quote from a Maori whakatauki (proverb):
“He aha te mea nui o te ao, maku e ki atu, he tangata, he tangata, he tangata”
(What is the most important element in the world, let me tell you, it is people, it is people, it is people)