Exterior of on-site outdoor terrace and café at Pavilions Blackburn Lake

A place with a rich past and an even richer future.

An idyllic location with a rich heritage.

Pavilions is an ideal place for making new friends and family gatherings. In fact, the site has been owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church since the early 1920’s, and was the chosen location for their annual retreat, where hundreds of tents were arranged around a central pavilion. Hence our name, Pavilions.

In the early days, this is where celebrations and baptisms were held on a regular basis. This rich heritage of joy, happiness, health and vitality are the very qualities that make Pavilions such a special place and form the foundations for a harmonious life.

Black and white archive image of large meeting tents. Pavilions Blackburn Lake is built on a historic site owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church.

Pictured: Affectionately known as 'Big Camp'

Black and white archive image. Pavilions Blackburn Lake is built on a historic site owned by the Seventh Day Adventist Church

Pictured: Once was the Church's annual fellowship camp

Our Master Plan

Site drawing (water colour illustration) of Pavilions Blackburn Lake

Our Master Plan

  1. Apartments and shared spaces
  2. Apartments
  3. Apartments
  4. Apartments
  5. Apartments and shared spaces
  6. Pool
  7. Apartments
  8. Men’s shed
  9. Apartments
  10. Multipurpose building
  11. Existing administration building
Entry and exterior of Pavilions Blackburn Lake retirement community

Be first to make the first move

Pavilions is releasing Stage One of the development and offers are currently being received. The first three of the seven ‘Pavilion buildings’ which will eventually make up the entire community, is located on Central Road at the front of the property.  Obviously there are benefits to being among the  earliest residents of Pavilions. We’d be very happy to show you our display suite and register your interest.

Please call Mary George on 1800 728 454.
We look forward to welcoming you.

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Decorative native flower border