Ingenia Gardens Bathurst has delivered hampers full of fruits and treats to a number of local businesses to thank them for their services.
The hampers were delivered to Forbutt's Pharmacy, Westpoint Medical Practice, Westpoint Centre Pharmacy, Bathurst Police Station and many others.
Ingenia Gardens community manager Jo Elms said the residents are grateful for the continued services of these local businesses.
"We've received excellent service from these businesses, so we wanted to do something to thank them not only for what they do, but for supporting us," Ms Elms said.
"As a rental community for seniors living independently, residents do rely on local businesses for day-to-day services and support."
Bourke's Wholesale delivered the hampers on behalf of Ingenia Gardens.
Resident Jenny Evans wished to express her gratitude to Forbutt's Pharmacy for their outstanding health care services.
"Forbutt's Pharmacy do a wonderful job and are always so kind and helpful whenever we need them," Mrs Evans said.
"Their service has been outstanding, and it means a lot that they are still here for us even during these difficult times."
Resident Ralph Brooks wanted to recognise Bathurst Police Station for the important work they do around the community every day.
"Our police officers do a difficult, but important job, in creating a safe community for everyone to live in," Mr Brooks said.
Ms Elms said staff were touched by the well-wishes and appreciation from the Ingenia Gardens residents.