Thursday 8th March 2018
As featured in Ageless, Autumn 2018.
International Women’s Day, observed every 8 March since 1909, is a time to celebrate the achievements of women and strive towards gender equality.Read more
Monday 27th November 2017
RetireAustralia has sold a parcel of vacant land at Bargara’s Carlyle Gardens Retirement Village to leading aged care provider Carinity.Read more
Monday 29th May 2017
Three new Brisbane villages planned by RetireAustralia will meet international dementia design standards established by the University of Stirling.Read more
Monday 29th May 2017
A pilot program being trialled until July this year is focused on “adding life to years” by improving residents’ village experiences.Read more
Monday 10th April 2017
RetireAustralia has introduced an innovative financial contract that will remove uncertainty for prospective retirement village residents and their families.Read more
Tuesday 4th October 2016
With open spaces and landscaped parklands that will feature a children’s playground, community park, kitchen garden and extensive pathways, the Tarragindi Bowls Club will become an iconic social hub for everyone to enjoy.Read more
Thursday 8th September 2016
The Brisbane-based operator is proposing to build 154 units across three buildings at the Ashgrove Golf Club in The Gap, 8km west of the Brisbane CBD.Read more
Friday 2nd September 2016
Published in The Courier Mail, 1 September 2016.Read more
Ashgrove Golf Club has been thrown a financial lifeline by RetireAustralia with plans to develop retirement living accommodation on the site at The Gap.
Tuesday 30th August 2016
Published on WYZA, 26 August 2016.Read more
RetireAustralia’s CEO, Alison Quinn, speaks to WYZA about the changing retirement landscape and offering residents a better continuum of care.
Friday 22nd July 2016
Published in The Courier Mail, 22nd July 2016, p62Read more
In its first project of this kind, retirement village operator RetireAustralia has formed a partnership with Tarragindi Bowls Club to redevelop its property at 30 Andrew Ave.