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The RetireAustralia story

In the 10 years that RetireAustralia has been operating, the company’s portfolio has grown substantially from one village to 27.

This expansion has been due to our success in operating quality retirement villages that enhance each resident’s sense of security, connectedness and freedom. We expect that RetireAustralia will continue to expand further in coming years as the number of Australians aged over 65 grows from 3 million, as recorded in 2011, to a projected 4.5 million by 2021.

December 2014

Acquisition of RetireAustralia by Infratil and New Zealand Superannuation Fund.

July 2014

Purchase of Noyea Riverside Retirement Village, Mt Warren Park, QLD.

February 2014

Purchase of Bramblewood Retirement Village, Normanhurst, Sydney, NSW.

December 2013

Purchase of Newling Gardens Retirement Village, Armidale, NSW.

September 2007

Purchase of the four Palm Gardens Adelaide based retirement villages.

August 2007

Purchase of the Belrose Country Club Retirement Village and Waverley’s Queens Park Assisted Living, both in Sydney.

May 2007

Purchase of Bartonvale Gardens Retirement Village at Enfield, South Australia.

April 2007

Purchase of Brisbane’s market leading Manor Group – Wellington Manor and Cleveland Manor Retirement Villages.

December 2006

Purchase of Queensland’s Carlyle Gardens Retirement Village at Bargara, along with Tea Tree Gardens Retirement Village at Hope Valley in South Australia.

December 2006

Purchase of nine retirement villages from the Gannon Estates group including properties in Adelaide and regional South Australia and New South Wales.

November 2006

Purchase of The Glen Group, considered to be a market leader in quality retirement, comprising four retirement villages on the New South Wales Central Coast.

July 2006

Purchase of Drayton Villas in Toowoomba on Queensland’s Darling Downs. With this acquisition a strategic direction was established to selectively acquire the best of what the sector had to offer.