SIL Macquarie Park

Overlooking the Central Village Green, Soul Residences is located at Macquarie Park. More than just apartments – this is a neighbourhood with everything you need. Enjoy access to a community centre, a central village park with local pocket parks and direct access to cafes and shopping.

Inspired by nature, come and discover a home as individual as you. Stunning contemporary finishes, beautifully appointed kitchens and calming interior spaces provide the perfect neutral backdrop to your life.

The apartments are functional and smart and come pre-fitted with a range of assistive technology including automated electric front door, automated lighting throughout, an adjustable kitchen bench with integrated cooktop, air conditioning, and a state of the art emergency response system. These apartments are built to high physical support (HPS) standards.


10 individual apartments featuring

  • bed
  • bath
  • car
Macquarie Park SIL CTA

our experienced staff provide residents with 24/7 support

Reserve your place today! Call us to discuss your requirements.

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