Category: Community story

Retire Air ready for take-off

Glengowrie Retirement Village residents have their boarding passes ready to take in a taste of Cairo, Auckland and Athens.

Try a taste of Glengara Care at home

Home cooks can now get a taste of Glengara Care’s fine-dining dishes, thanks to a recipe book compiled by executive chef Craig Etches.

Residents embrace puppy power and yoga hour

You’ll find a downward-facing dog pose included in most yoga classes, but it’s a popular puppy called Pablo helping residents find calm at The Verge.

Australia’s newest bowling green to be built at The Green Tarragindi Retirement Village

The development of Australia’s newest, championship-quality bowling green will be at the centre of The Green Tarragindi Retirement Village.

Behind the expert team keeping Glengara Aged Care green

Behind the carefully shaped hedges and award-winning subtropical gardens is a team of very busy gardeners dedicated to making Glengara Care’s expansive surroundings green.

The Rise officially opens

Opening of The Rise at Wood Glen meets growing demand for luxury retirement living on the Central Coast.

Going green at The Verge

The Verge has been awarded a 4 Star Green Star rating, representing best practice in sustainable design.

Happy the horse is a hit at Newling Gardens

While city folks have therapy dogs for companionship and to enhance wellbeing, they do things a little differently at Newling Gardens Retirement Village in Armidale.

Adelaide retirees embrace retirement village living during pandemic

Demand for retirement village living in Tea Tree Gardens has surged in recent months, with many new residents saying they feel safer than being in the wider community during a pandemic.

A little reminder to do the right thing

Robyn Anderson, Village Manager at Murray Gardens in Albury urges the commu-nity to continue doing the right thing as COVID-19 restrictions ease.

Retirees embrace Murray River lifestyle and downsizing trend

Demand for retirement village living in Albury has surged in recent months despite the COVID-19 pandemic as more senior Australians embrace the Murray River lifestyle.

Dam expansion keeps village water-wise

The dam at Noyea Riverside has recently been expanded, so now the extensive village grounds can flourish without town water.