Category: Retirement

Festive fun at RetireAustralia

RetireAustralia residents and staff have been enjoying the fantastic community spirit in our villages at a number of seasonal events and get-togethers.

A trio of birthdays at Carlyle Gardens

Carlyle Gardens Retirement Village held a birthday party for three residents with a combined age of over 270 this week.

Find a RetireAustralia event near you this summer

You’re invited to get into the spirit of summer and discover the fantastic lifestyles on offer when you join us at a RetireAustralia village event this month.

Belrose Country Club is hosting a summer fair

Belrose Country Club Retirement Village is extending an invite to the public to attend its summer fair on Saturday 24th November.

A rewarding retirement at Tarragal Glen

Gloria and Graeme Power have never looked back since making the move to Tarragal Glen seven years ago.

Tarragal Glen to hold Retirement Living Seminar

Tarragal Glen Retirement Village is holding a free event this month with the aim of helping seniors make informed choices about their future living needs.

Lincoln Grove to throw summer barbecue

Lincoln Grove Retirement Village will challenge the idea that there’s no such thing as a free lunch at its Summer Barbecue event on Friday 16th November.

Navigating home care

As seen in Ageless: More than 74,000 older Australians currently use a home care package to remain independent and supported in their homes.

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.

Carlyle Gardens to hold Christmas market and open day

Carlyle Gardens Retirement Village is extending an invitation to the public to attend its Christmas market and open day on Saturday 17th November.

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.