Retirement Living Online is one of Australia's largest directories
of retirement options for over 55's.
Whether you are looking for independent living, serviced apartments, or a retirement village by the beach or in the city, you will find it on our comprehensive Australia-wide directory.
Retirement Living Online makes it simple to search for retirement villages. All you need to do is simply select your state and then select the city, town or suburb you want to retire in.
If you know the name of the retirement village, then simply click the Search by Name tab.
You can also search for retirement villages in the surrounding suburb of your preferred town, or for villages with property to sell or rent. The results page will display the name of the village, where it's located, its contact details plus a small list of services and features they provide (e.g. public transport access, visiting doctor, pet friendly etc) as well as some general information about that provider or retirement village.
If you’re looking for a particular lifestyle, Retirement Living Online makes it easy to search for retirement villages based on the lifestyle options they provide. You may be looking to retire in the city, country, by the beach or river or looking for a resort-style village. Whatever your preference, you’ll most likely find it on our online directory.
You can compare a range of retirement villages at a quick glance and get in direct contact with them with a click of a button.
Retirement Living Online makes it easy to find the perfect retirement village for you.
To begin your search for your perfect retirement village, click on your state below:
Retirement Living Online Managing Director Ben Hannemann dropped into the Golden Days Radio studio yesterday morning to chat with presenter Dudley Chamberlain about his latest venture, Web2TV, and how it can bring the glory days of radio back to those who lived them.
A study into the motivations of people who choose retirement village accommodation in New South Wales has found the financial literacy of potential residents to be a concern.
Macquarie University lecturer in applied finance Dr Timothy Kyng hopes to interview 60 new residents of retirement villages and 20 retirement village operators to compile the research which he expects to publish at the end of the year.