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Retirement Australia Living is the number one over 50's publication, distributed Nationally twice a year,

its glossy full colour A4  format , is packed with informative articles and features , including, accomodation ,

retirement village information, health and wellbeing, seniors holidays, travel and real estate. With a growing readership of over 35,000, for our loyal readership, we always strive  to provide up to date information, ranging from over 50's essentials informative editorial, investment choices. Regular articles are provided by Welfarefund, Doctor Jeremy Cumpston from Ageless Clinics, 

Gate One Travel and many more.

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Please contact David Hayes, National Sales Director on 0450953619 or email

Brad McDonald enjoyed a career in the steel industry spanning 37 years, starting on the factory floor as a teenager and working his way up to Operations Manager. 


Kununurra -


of Kimberley

The East Kimberley is a diverse area of Western Australia more than twice the size of Victoria. The region is some of the oldest country in the world and indigenous peoples arrived around 41,000 years ago. 


For many Australians who live alone, travel dreams can take a back seat if you don’t have someone to go with. But that’s where solo travel company Two's a Crowd comes in.




The Extraordinary Power of


    And how a gift in Will can make sure childhoods are full of them

Camp Quality began in 1984, when a caring person saw the distress of children diagnosed with cancer and wondered how they could possibly ease it.


Health and Happiness

Summerfield Estate, located in the vibrant and bustling NSW town of Braidwood, represents an incredible opportunity for anyone looking to retire to a low cost, sustainable Villa and live a laid-back country lifestyle. 

Invest Now!  – Retire when you are ready!

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