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Ingenia Gardens residents give big to charity this Christmas.

Ingenia Gardens Community Managers Jane and Ann present donated items to local charity. Ingenia Gardens residents from the Geelong and Grovedale communities came together this festive season to collect and donate items to local charity Bethany Giving Tree Appeal. The...

Ingenia Gardens Residents give big this Christmas!

From left to right: Lisa Meade, Robyn McMillan and Sarah Britten. Residents of Ingenia Gardens Sovereign and Ingenia Gardens Hertford have embraced Christmas as a time of giving and have come together as a community to spread the festive cheer by collecting as many...
Ingenia Gardens residents volunteer at Spring Open Days!

Ingenia Gardens residents volunteer at Spring Open Days!

Ingenia Gardens has celebrated spring by hosting Open Days across Australia where members of the public where invited to come along and experience our wonderful and affordable rental-in-retirement communities for independent seniors. Proud residents and Community...
Bundaberg Residents go yellow for RUOK Day!

Bundaberg Residents go yellow for RUOK Day!

Thoughtful residents at Ingenia Gardens Bundaberg took special care to ask are you okay today in a bid to support those with depression and feelings of sadness in and around their community. To read the full article in the Bundaberg Now publication click...
July 2018 – June 2019 Program Wrap-Up

July 2018 – June 2019 Program Wrap-Up

Life at Ingenia Gardens is more than just a retirement living. Our unique senior rental accommodation not only offers residents the flexibility and peace-of-mind by providing a choice of living options, it also offers unique and fun activities to help residents feel...
Coffs Harbour residents Step it Up!

Coffs Harbour residents Step it Up!

A group of step-happy seniors in Coffs Harbour are proving age is no barrier when it comes to exercise by participating in a weekly walking club.  The group which started as a small group of 12 has now reached 23 and meets every Tuesday to go for a walk around...

Song book returned

Sovereign Gardens, Ballarat (VIC) resident, Betty Webber, has been reunited with her Salvation Army song book after it was missing for over 40 years. The Rotary Club of Ballarat’s historian, Kevin Williams, was looking through historical club artefacts when he saw the...
Health & Wellbeing – Depression and anxiety

Health & Wellbeing – Depression and anxiety

For many people, life really does begin at 60. You’ve got more time for the things you’ve always wanted to do – visit new places, take up hobbies, or see more of friends and family. However, some things can seem a bit harder. We start losing people...

Technology Talk

With rising costs of living being a primary concern for many, budget tracking has gained popularity for its ease to summarise our spending habits month to month. The TrackMySPEND app was developed by the Australian Securities and Investments commission (ASIC) to...

What is Australia to me

It’s our country of high mountain ranges, Tropical rainforests and dry desert plains, Rolling hills and beautiful beaches, Its flora and fauna’s uniqueness brings fame. It’s our country of humble beginnings, Many citizens bravely fought and died To...