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New villages meet exceptional standards

As seen in Ageless: When it comes to new villages, RetireAustralia is committed to creating communities, not just buildings.

Download your free guide to retirement living

RetireAustralia has launched a comprehensive new guide aimed at helping seniors and their families make informed choices about retirement village living.

RetireAustralia marks Remembrance Day

Services were held at a number of RetireAustralia villages to mark 100 years since the armistice which ended the First World War.

Final luxury villas now available at Wood Glen

The final development of brand-new independent living villas has been completed at Wood Glen Retirement Village, providing the last chance to own a newly built villa at the popular Erina community.

What the budget means for you

As seen in Ageless: The Federal Budget 2018–19 was released on 8 May and included several measures that will impact older Australians.

RetireAustralia launches new website

As seen in Ageless: RetireAustralia’s newly redeveloped website puts residents front and centre.

A space for our suburb makers

Baby boomers have been the makers of our suburbs and it’s essential we provide appropriate housing to enable them to remain there as they age.

Supporting independence with home care

As seen in Ageless: Selected RetireAustralia villages are now offering government and privately funded home care services.

RetireAustralia supports safety ninja

Tonight RetireAustralia’s Senior HSE Advisor, Adam Eyles, takes a safety risk for a good cause, appearing on Australian Ninja Warrior to shine a spotlight on Cystic Fibrosis.

RetireAustralia’s home care services turn 1

RetireAustralia is celebrating one year of providing government and privately funded home care services.

Burleigh Golf Club DA in full swing

Burleigh Golf Club and RetireAustralia are pleased that Development Approval for the retirement village project is now in full effect.

Award shortlist for Drayton Villas manager

RetireAustralia’s Scott Burton has been shortlisted for the Property Council’s Queensland Village Manager of the Year award.