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Yvette Williams Retirement Village
383 Highgate,
Dunedin 9010

Village Manager: Gail Miller
Sales Advisor: Kate Morgan

Ph: 03 464 0390
Fax: 03 464 0490

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Yvette Williams, born in Dunedin, became in 1952 the first New Zealand woman to win an Olympic gold medal. In 1950 Yvette won the Auckland Emprie Games gold medal in the long jump and silver in the javelin.

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The Yvette Williams Retirement Village is named after one of New Zealand’s most outstanding Olympic champions. Located in the heart of Roslyn, it has wonderful views of Dunedin city and the surrounding hills.

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The boutique village provides a wide range of retirement living and care options from its friendly and caring staff, and many activities are available for residents to enjoy.

The village features the very best in assisted living and care, set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens and courtyards for family and friends to share.

The village is close to many amenties such as the Roslyn supermarket, doctors, gift shops, florist and various eateries. The village centre includes a lounge and bar, dining room, hairdressing and beauty salon and a library.

Living at Yvette Williams Retirement Village you will have the peace of mind knowing that a little extra assistance and the very best of care is always close at hand.

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Supermodels win accolades at Yvette Williams

​When nurse Robyn Kerr was asked to be a supermodel at the Yvette Williams fashion extravaganza she leapt at the challenge and thought, "Why not? I've never done anything like this before - it's very exciting!"

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