Life starts at Thornton Park

Your time to discover, explore and enjoy what makes you happy.

Imagine no longer having to devote time to maintaining a family home, mowing lawns or worrying about home practicalities. With all that taken care of, you have complete peace of mind and are free to focus on what really matters.

Thornton Park is relaxing oasis that feels a world away, yet has all that Penrith has to offer on its doorstep. With close proximity to restaurants, cafés and shopping, along with convenient transport, life at Thornton Park is one of convenience and contentment. It’s no wonder Thornton Park residents love where they live.

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With a perfect location, spacious, contemporary apartments and great community amenities, Thornton Park is the retirement village of your dreams.

Apartments - Kitchen


Spacious, light-filled, contemporary apartments high-end European fixtures and appliances.

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Beautifully designed, shared spaces with access to a great range of onsite features and conveniences.

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Thornton Park has a wide range of optional services on tap to enable you to live your ideal lifestyle.

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Catch up with the latest news, events and resident testimonials from Thornton Park.

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    “I bought a lifestyle, but the sense of belonging is priceless”

    Lorraine and Rob

    “Retirement Living is all about the lifestyle – and it’s wonderful. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.”

    Lorraine and Rob, Thornton Park Residents

    I feel so secure here. There’s a library and a beautiful café with great coffee. There’s even a nook for the grandchildren to play in.


    I downsized my home – and gained a community.


    It’s the best kept secret in Penrith.

    Neville and Sylvia

    It feels good to come home.

    Neville and Sylvia, Thornton Park Residents