New South Wales


Central Coast, Central West, Far North Coast, Hunter, Illawarra, Inner West, Mid North Coast, New England, Northern, Orana Far West, Outer Western Sydney, Riverina Murray, South East Sydney, South West, Southern Highlands, Sydney Inner City, Western

Are you looking for a retirement village in New South Wales? Using our Retirement Living Online directory, you will find a range of retirement living lifestyle options in New South Wales, including retirement villages in the city, country or by the beach. 

Some of the largest retirement village providers in New South Wales include:

Retirement Living in New South Wales by Region

Retirement Villages Sydney Inner City
The Sydney city centre is the ideal place for entertainment, work, culture and access to world-famous beaches.

Retirement Villages South West Sydney
South Western Sydney is part of the Greater Western Sydney are and refers to a range of local government areas.

Retirement Villages South East Sydney
South East Sydney is home to the famous Bondi Beach, just 5 kilometres from the city centre. Retirement Villages Outer Western Sydney Outer Western Sydney is within the metropolitan region, but is seen as its own region.

Retirement Villages Western Living
Sydney’s west provides easy access to the Sydney City however it is in general cheaper than living in the Sydney city or northern suburbs.

Retirement Villages Mid North Coast
The Mid North Coast in New South Wales encompasses Coffs Coast, Bellingen, Nambucca Valley, Macleay Valley Coast, Greater Port Macquarie, Great Lakes and Port Stephens with a population of almost 300,000. Retirement Villages New England New England is an undefined region with no defined boundaries, however it is a region of definite contrasts.

Retirement Villages Central Coast
Sydney’s Central Coast is located in the north of Sydney. It is the third largest urban region area in the state and has a population of almost 300,000.

Retirement Villages Central West
The Central West is home to the famous Blue Mountains and covers an area of 63,263 square kilometres.

Retirement Villages Riverina Murray
The Riverina/Murray is an agricultural region with a population of about 255,000. Retirement Villages Southern Highlands The Southern Highlands is a region with a population of approximately 44,000.

The region is distinct in its geography and is about 110 kilometres south-west of Sydney.

Retirement Villages Northern Sydney’s north is filled with picturesque, affluent suburbs.

Retirement Villages Orana Far West
The Orana region covers about 25% of the state and has a population of 120,000.

Retirement Villages Hunter
The Hunter Region has a population of over 620,500. It has some of the largest cities in New South Wales after Sydney.

Retirement Villages Far North Coast
The Far North Coast is known for its great weather, pristine beaches and national and state parks.

Retirement Villages Inner West Sydney’s inner west offer an inner-city lifestyle with leafy suburbs that attract young families and professionals.

Retirement Villages Illawarra
Illawarra is a highly populated region with a population of over 456,000 and located 100 kilometres south of Sydney. The largest cities in the region are Wollongong, Shellharbour and Shoalhaven.

Good to Know:

Climate, Culture, Cost of Living Climate

The climate in New South Wales varies depending on the region. Closer to Sydney temperatures are mild with warm summers and mild winters. The warmest month is January, where daily temperatures can reach a maximum of 45 degrees. Culture Sydney has one of the most multi-cultural cities in the world, and is the most multi-cultural city in the Asia-Pacific region.

People who live by the coast regularly take advantage of the state’s beautiful natural beaches, water sports are particularly popular such as surfing, sailing and windsurfing. Cost of Living Living costs in New South Wales will vary depending on the region, however metropolitan areas tend to be more expensive to live in than regional areas.