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Retirement Villages in Queensland

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

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Brisbane Inner City, Brisbane Northside, Brisbane Southside, Cabool, Central West, Darling Downs, Far North, Fitzroy, Gold Coast, Logan River Valley, Mackay, North West, Northern, Sunshine Coast, West Moreton, Wide Bay

Retirement living in Queensland is a popular choice for seniors due to the state's warm climate, relaxed lifestyle, and abundance of natural beauty. Queensland is also known for its high-quality retirement communities, which provide a range of accommodation options, services, and activities tailored to the needs of retirees.

Retirement living options in Queensland range from independent living units and villas to serviced apartments and nursing homes. These communities are designed to provide seniors with a safe, comfortable, and social environment, allowing them to enjoy their retirement years to the fullest. Many retirement communities also offer a range of on-site facilities such as gyms, swimming pools, libraries, and social spaces, ensuring that residents have everything they need close at hand.

Queensland's warm climate is a major drawcard for retirees, as it allows them to enjoy outdoor activities and socialize with others year-round. The state is home to a wide range of natural attractions, including beaches, national parks, and wildlife reserves, providing endless opportunities for seniors to explore and enjoy the great outdoors.

Retirement living in Queensland is also affordable compared to other parts of Australia, with a range of housing options available to suit different budgets. Seniors can choose to rent or purchase property, and there are also government-funded housing options available for those on a limited income.

Overall, retirement living in Queensland is a fantastic option for seniors looking to enjoy their golden years in a beautiful, welcoming, and affordable environment. With a range of accommodation options, activities, and natural attractions available, retirees are sure to find everything they need to live a happy and fulfilling retirement in this stunning part of Australia.

Benetas Retirement Communities Battle for Supremacy on the Lawn Bowling Green

on Monday, May 20, 2024

St John’s Rise Retirement Village has taken home bragging rights after winning the inaugural Benetas Retirement Living Bowls Challenge at Mooroolbark Bowls Club. Benetas Bridgewater Lake (Roxburgh Park), Dalkeith Heights (Traralgon) and St John’s Rise (Mooroolbark) sent their best bowlers to the crackerjack event on Thursday, 9 May.

Inflation and Cost-of-Living Growing Focus for Australian Retirees

on Monday, May 13, 2024

Protecting retirement income from inflation is an increasing priority for Australians in or approaching retirement with retirees uniquely exposed to a range of investment risks, the latest whitepaper from leading retirement income provider, Challenger, has revealed.

Rental Market is Failing Older Australians

on Monday, May 6, 2024

By Guest Author Benetas CEO Sandra Hills OAM

Anglicare Australia has recently released its Rental Affordability Snapshot which highlights that the rental market is failing older Australians.

More than a nest egg: Challenger's Index reveals drivers of retirement happiness

on Monday, April 8, 2024

Challenger’s inaugural Retirement Happiness Index paints a vibrant picture of Australians, in or near retirement, with physical health and financial security being the primary factors influencing contentment of those over 60.

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