Category: Health & Wellbeing

5 tips for your winter garden

With more than 25 years under his gardening belt, Noyea Head Gardener Scott Herse has you covered this winter. Here are his tips to keep your garden fresh.

Community spirit blooms at Bartonvale Gardens

A sensory rose garden created by nearly 50 residents is producing more than stunning blooms – it’s cultivating community spirit.

Celebrate your mum this year with a bit of creativity!

In a time of physical distancing, how do you celebrate and make your mum feel valued and loved? We’ve got some inspiration to help you along, with a list of creative and innovative ideas.

Feel the love this Mother’s Day

No matter whether you want to honour your own motherhood journey, your adult children, your wife or your mum, we’ve put together some new and creative ideas to stay connected and mark the special occasion.

How we’re helping residents through the COVID-19 crisis

Ever wondered how a retirement village supports its residents during a pandemic? Here, we cover all the ways we support our residents – for added peace of mind.

How to have a happy Easter during a pandemic

Self-isolation and social distancing – as well as concern for the welfare of loved ones and yourself – can make it tempting to postpone or skip long held traditions and celebrations such as Easter. But celebrating even the smallest things may be more important now than ever.

15 ways to support while social distancing

One of the best parts of living in a retirement village is the community spirit and atmosphere – there are always things to do, people to see, and activities to take part in. So what happens when there’s a pandemic and our residents need to practise social distancing?

19 tips to stay healthy during COVID-19

We’ve put together 19 tips to help you look after your physical, emotional and mental wellbeing during the coronavirus pandemic.

Mini golf proves a hit at Lincoln Grove

Residents at Lincoln Grove Retirement Village can now enjoy a new on-site mini golf course, which helps foster vitality, connection and community – and features a clever design to reduce back strain.

Keeping active

As seen in Ageless: Carlyle Gardens resident Judy Wilkie is busier in retirement than ever before.

Social connection in good health at RetireAustralia

Being part of a RetireAustralia community is a positive, safe and rewarding way to stay connected in retirement.

Men’s shed a big draw for Tea Tree retirees

For retired men who wish to spend time working with their hands, many retirement villages provide the perfect place: the humble men’s shed.