Vet hospital to open in Yarrabilba
Pet owners of Yarrabilba and surrounding areas will have a new architecturally designed Veterinary Hospital right on their door-step, when it opens in mid-2017.
Located on the corner of of Wongawallan Drive and Adler Circuit, the hospital will form part of the Tamborine Mountain, Canungra and Yarrabilba Veterinary Services group, providing the same professional, personal and friendly service that current clients have enjoyed since Dr Paxton-Hall started the first practice at Tamborine Mountain 25 years ago.
Veterinarian, Dr Andrew Paxton-Hall said he and Dr Chris Corcoran had been working on the concept of the purpose built facility for several years.
“The veterinary hospital will be well equipped to cater for pets and animals providing expert care in a modern, air conditioned veterinary hospital.
“Experienced staff will be supported by the latest equipment to provide the best care and comfort for all pets, there will even be a cat boarding facility in air conditioned comfort.
“The hospital will be very accessible and designated parking will make it easy for owners and animals to visit,” he said.
General Manager for Communities in Queensland, Guy Gibson, said the opening of a veterinary hospital in the Adler Circuit commercial precinct was a major part of creating communities with the best facilities.
“The district centre offers great flexibility and is ideal for an array of showroom, commercial, and the service industry uses. It’s a great opportunity for business operators to position themselves in what will be the vibrant hub of Yarrabilba.”
Priced from $270,000, sites range from 819 square metres to 1243 square metres forming part of Yarrabilba’s first District Centre, which already includes a 3,300 square metres full line Coles supermarket (expected to open late-2017), IGA anchored convenience centre, Caltex service station incorporating a Star Mart convenience store, medical and convenience centre and tavern.