Ageless Stories

A collection of inspiring resident profiles, retirement news and useful tips and resources.

A better way to retire at Torrens Grove

For Torrens Grove resident Lee Ward, there’s simply no comparison between her retirement village lifestyle and her old home in the suburbs.

A better way to retire at Torrens Grove

A collection of inspiring resident profiles, retirement news and useful tips and resources.

100 years of dancing

Riverina Gums resident, Barb Pitt One of our Riverina Gums residents, Barb Pitt, is turning 100 in June and celebrations are already afoot. Barb has received a letter from NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, and will soon host a high tea

Murray Gardens turns 21

Mrs Bernice Snowden and Mr Doug Murphy cutting the cake In March, Murray Gardens celebrated its 21st birthday. The village was officially opened on the 28th March 1998 by The Hon Timothy Fischer AC, then Deputy Prime Minister of Australia.

Drayton Villas Resident Spotlight: Alan Mallet

Alan and his mother Shirley This time last year, Alan Mallet and a team of Drayton Villas residents were hard at work on their entry for the Carnival of Flowers. From mid-May to mid-June, Alan and about five other residents

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