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Senior lifestyle living & support systems make for a better life

AURA Holdings invited “the models” to attend Queensland’s launch of the CHAT Speaker Series (Care Help Ageing Thriving). The series is “a thought leadership” programme that connects experts…

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Retirement living prolonging entry into aged care

UNLIKE nursing homes, where people move in on a needs basis, those who move into retirement living make an active choice to live in a community of retirees and enjoy the best of both worlds.

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Retirement Village proposed for leading Queensland golf clubs

EVIDENCE of the dramatically changing golf landscape in Australia, Aura Holdings have revealed ambitious plans for retirement villages at the Toowoomba and Indooroopilly Golf Clubs in Queensland.

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Aura secures SC Capital Partners Group for Retirement Village Portfolio

Retirement village developer and operator, Aura Australia, and SC Capital Partners Group, on behalf of its RECAP Fund series, have agreed to acquire BlueSky Alternative Investments’ interests in Aura’s retirement village development portfolio.

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Club’s future secure as village approved

THE future of the Toowoomba Golf Club has been secured after a massive retirement village project reaching up to four storeys high was approved in Middle Ridge.

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Retirement community 20% sold off plan

WHEN The Atrium Lutwyche retirement community launched in to the market in April, there was immediate interest from retirees. Developed and operated by South East Queensland-based specialist retirement living operator Aura Holdings, The Atrium Lutwyche is setting…

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Golf club announces plans for retirement village

A POPULAR golf club in Brisbane’s west plans to lease part of its site for a retirement village. The Indooroopilly Gold Club submitted a development application for the project last Friday, which was flagged in the Westside News in October last year.

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Retirement takes luxurious next step with ‘Duporth’

RETIREMENT living has come a long way. Those were the apt words of Brisbane Lord Mayor Graham Quirk as he oversaw the next step on that path with the opening of Kingsford Terrace retirement community’s latest development last week.

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Two major new retirement villages to open in Brisbane

TWO new facilities are due to open soon in Indooroopilly and Corinda to help address a looming surge in the number of westsiders approaching, or in, retirement.

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