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Your comprehensive guide to Retirement Villages and Communities across Australia.

Find your ideal retirement living community, explore amenities, and make an informed choice for your golden years. From serene coastal retreats to vibrant urban hubs, our directory helps you navigate the path to a fulfilling retirement lifestyle.

Whether you're seeking a tranquil coastal haven where you can bask in the sun and breathe in the fresh sea air, or you prefer the bustling cultural scenes of major cities like Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, Retirement Living Online has you covered. Our directory provides valuable information on various aspects of retirement communities, including location, housing options, healthcare services, recreational facilities, and social activities. We understand that each retiree has unique needs and desires, so we offer a diverse array of options to match your individual preferences.

In addition to helping you find the perfect retirement village, our directory also offers expert tips and advice on retirement planning, financial considerations, and legal matters related to senior living. We aim to empower you with the knowledge and resources necessary to make this significant transition as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Your retirement journey begins with us, ensuring you can savor every moment of this exciting new chapter in your life.

To begin to search for your ideal retirement village in your chosen location, click on your state below:


Tuning in: residents get targeted content through "in-house" TV channel

By on Tuesday, February 18, 2014

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.

Financial literacy in retirement villages needs work

By on Friday, February 14, 2014

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.

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