Category: Resident Story

Cheering on a champion

As seen in Ageless: At 84, table tennis champion Betty Bird is more active than ever, competing regularly in Australian and international tournaments.

Sustainable communities

As seen in Ageless: In many RetireAustralia communities, residents have found a little effort can make a big impact on the environment.

Social life and security top priorities for Drayton retiree

For a retiree as active as Lynn Jacobs, Drayton Villas was the perfect choice.

A close-knit community at Torrens Grove

For Torrens Grove residents Michael and Dianne Henley, being part of a close-knit community is one of the best parts of retirement village life.

Major Girl Guides award for Harwin’s Roz

Harwin Retirement Village resident Rosalind (Roz) Branford received the Flowering Gum Award for services to Girl Guides SA at an awards ceremony last month.

My tenth decade

Tarragal Manor resident Trevor Fist shares his perspective on facing his ‘tenth’ decade.

A healthy approach to life for Lincoln Grove’s Kevin

The key to longevity and happiness is a good diet and exercise according to Lincoln Grove resident Kevin Simmons, who turns 90 this month.

Ewa enjoying a new lease of life at Bartonvale Gardens

When Ewa Inglis made the short move from her home near Bartonvale Gardens into a care apartment at the Enfield retirement village, her peace of mind improved almost immediately.

Community spirit shining bright at Tea Tree Gardens

Modern retirement villages offer a sense of togetherness and social connection just like suburban communities of yesteryear, says Tea Tree Gardens resident, Anne Miller.

Tarragal Manor’s Olga dances her way to 100

Don’t be surprised if Tarragal Manor resident Olga Hird dances the night away when she celebrates her 100th birthday on 11th September.

Making a difference the priority for Tarragal Manor’s Joan

For many, retirement means the chance to relax and enjoy a well-earned break after decades of work and family duties. Not so for Tarragal Manor’s tireless community champion, Joan Dibben.

A well-earned retirement at Bartonvale Gardens

Nicholas Samuel is enjoying a relaxed retirement at Bartonvale Gardens after a long career in government and academia and the publishing of his latest book.