Back in the day, downsizing simply meant moving into a smaller home or into a traditional retirement village. However, in recent years, the popularity of vertical retirement communities is on the rise, and they are rapidly appearing in inner-city suburbs across the country. In fact, 50 per cent of all new villages at Oak Tree are being constructed as multi-level apartments.
AVOIDING LONELINESS AND ISOLATION IN RETIREMENT
When it comes to our wellbeing, we often think about our physical health and the importance of regular exercise and a good diet. However, the social component of our wellbeing is just as important as maintaining good physical health.
There are many decisions to be made in retirement. One of the biggest is deciding where to spend your retirement years and how you want to live them. For many senior Australians, the decision to move into a retirement village involves a decision-making process that takes...
Our Oak Tree Retirement Village in Mudgee hosted a fabulous Kids in the Kitchen Event which saw residents, friends and family being the lucky culinary recipients of a delicious 2-course lunch, lovingly prepared by teenage cooking enthusiasts.
Preparations are well underway for the Annual Jumpers and Jazz in July Festival to be held in Warwick from 18 – 29 July 2019.
Oak Tree Retirement Villages is a proud sponsor of this vibrant and community spirited event that draws throngs of crowd
The tables were elegantly set and bursting with treats to eat. Hundreds of cups of tea were poured and sipped, and much merriment and joy was had at Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea events hosted by many of our Oak Tree Retirement Villages over the last weeks.
Exciting times at Oak Tree Retirement Villages Mudgee as we welcome our first residents. The final touches are currently underway before our official opening 24th May.
Kathryn Barnes used to be one of those people who firmly declared they would never move into a retirement village. Now the spritely 71-year-old is happily settled in the Oak Tree Retirement Village and couldn’t imagine living anywhere else
Earlier this week Oak Tree on Platz Street, Darling Heights Toowoomba hosted the inaugural CWA Country Kitchen event.
Last week provided an opportunity for our residents of stage 1 in Boolaroo to step behind the construction fence and view their new homes.
Our newest residents are right at home in Oak Tree Darling heights located on Platz Street.
Great weather for ducks, not so great for our construction team!
The generosity and community spirit amongst Oak Tree residents was demonstrated once again this year in their support of Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.
Last week we spent time on the road (again) traveling around sites in the Hunter Valley and northern NSW.