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Your guide to retirement living

A retirement village offers you the best of both worlds, helping you stay active and healthy, within an environment that is thoughtfully designed for you convenience, wellness and security.

While it’s a big decision, you’ll find that there are so many benefits that come with living in your purpose-built retirement community. Here are just a few of the wonderful things you can start looking forward to.


Worry-free living
You’ll find retirement living is very similar to living in your own home... without the stress of constant upkeep. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’ll never have to mow another lawn. The painting, weeding, plumbing and electrical repairs are all taken care of too. And with a village manager, friendly staff and a community full of neighbours on hand, this is worry-free leaving at its best.
A vibrant community feel
You’re going to love living in a buzzing retirement community, surrounded by likeminded people. The best villages have a fun range of weekly activities on offer, and you and your neighbours can sample as many as you like. But exactly how you choose to spend your time each day is still (as it always has been!) entirely up to you.
A home that suits you
You’ve heard of ‘downsizing’, but at Anglicare we like to talk about ‘rightsizing’. And that means choosing a home that’s right for you in your current stage of life. If you’ve been finding lately that you have more and more space you’re not using, then it might be time for you to find a new home that suits your needs.

Retirement living with Anglicare

Why do other retirees like you love living in our Anglicare retirement living communities?

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