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Celebrating a century

Belrose Country Club resident Russ Twin received a hand-written letter from Quentin Bryce to commemorate his 100th milestone.

A hive of workshop activity

Crafty woodturners at Forresters Beach Retirement Village have produced picture frames, padded seats, footrests, noticeboards and library bookshelves.

Fashion show fundraiser

Elegant Wood Glen residents step out across the catwalk wearing a range of stylish Black Pepper ‘comfort with flair’ outfits.

Colourful twiddlemuffs to keep hands busy

The Forresters Beach craft group have knitted over 50 twiddlemuffs which are proving popular with dementia patients.

Morning tea fundraiser

Drayton residents enjoy socialising and fundraising including a morning tea event where they raised more than $3,200 for the Toowoomba Hospice.

Are you bored in retirement?

For some, retirement is not always the shining light at the end of the tunnel, but a confusing new path to navigate.

Discovering good health and wellness

In 2006, Lincoln Grove introduced tai chi classes and they are proving to be very popular with residents who prefer gentle exercising to keep mobile.

Bound for Australia

Irma and Horst moved to Carlyle Gardens two years ago and recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary amongst friends and family.

A place to call home in Tarragindi

With open spaces and landscaped parklands that will feature a children’s playground, community park, kitchen garden and extensive pathways, the Tarragindi Bowls Club will become an iconic social hub for everyone to enjoy.

"It was love at first sight!"

After 65 years of marriage, Tea Tree Gardens Retirement Village residents Doug and Isobel Burnside are still very much in love.

Golf club partners up with retirement village operator

Published in The Courier Mail, 1 September 2016.
Jasmin Lill
Ashgrove Golf Club has been thrown a financial lifeline by RetireAustralia with plans to develop retirement living accommodation on the site at The Gap.

Pets make great companions

For people with dementia, a small pet is a rewarding experience that provides a range of emotional and physiological benefits.