Category: RetireAustralia corporate

RetireAustralia joins Green Building Council of Australia

RetireAustralia has committed to sustainability by becoming a member of the Green Building Council of Australia.

RetireAustralia raises over $3,000 for R U OK? Day

RetireAustralia’s community events in three states raised over $3,000 for R U OK? Day in September.

Growing circles of friends

As seen in Ageless: Belrose Country Club activities officer Caitlin Beyer thinks she’s found the perfect job.

A fresh take on fine dining

As seen in Ageless: A focus on food that’s both nourishing and delicious has put the kitchen at Tarragal Glen on the map.

Murray Gardens managers win top award

Murray Gardens co-managers Chiquita and Anne have won the prestigious NSW Village Manager of the Year award.

Final new villas now selling

A small number of brand new villas remain for sale at Glengara and Forresters Beach.

RetireAustralia launches Care Experience

RetireAustralia’s innovative Care Experience provides an opportunity for retirees to sample village life prior to moving in.

New villages set global standards

As seen in Ageless: Three new Brisbane villages planned by RetireAustralia will meet international dementia design standards.

Pilot raises village care to new levels

As seen in Ageless: A care pilot program being trialled until July this year is focused on “adding life to years”.

RetireAustralia launches new sales contract

RetireAustralia has introduced an innovative financial contract that will remove uncertainty for prospective retirement village residents and their families.

A new face at Drayton Villas

RetireAustralia’s Drayton Villas Retirement Village recently welcomed a new Village Manager, Scott Burton.

Newling Gardens expanding fast

The construction of 13 brand new villas and a significant community centre renovation is well underway at Newling Gardens.