The RVRA is a volunteer organisation that represents and supports residents of NSW retirement villages exclusively.
Get support, advice, and information on your rights and obligations, and help us to advocate on your behalf.
Become a member before you move and we can help with key information.
If you have questions about anything, please contact us...
The Retirement Village Residents Association is the only organisation that represents residents of retirement villages in NSW exclusively.
It is our mission to support residents with information, advice and advocacy so that they can navigate the sometimes confusing and stressful events that occur in village life.
January, 2024 - The RVRA had a very busy and productive 2023, and the Board and Staff are all looking forward to an even better 2024, working hard for our Members and all NSW Retirement Village Residents.
Thursday 21, Sept 2023 - The Retirement Village Education Centre was proudly launched at the 2023 RVRA AGM. Developed by the RVRA with the assistance of the NSW Government, the Centre’s web pages contain videos, webinars and resource kits covering information about topics for retirement village residents. The first release of information is about Residents Committees.
Thursday 15, June 2023 - In recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day 2023, the Retirement Village Residents Association launched our Survey Report about psychological elder abuse in NSW retirement communities. You can access the report, our coping strategies leaflet and the webinar recording here.
Thursday 18, May 2023 - The Retirement Living Council (RLC) in conjunction with the RVRA have written to The Hon Anoulack Chanthivong MP about important reforms that relate to his portfolio interests - asset management plans in retirement communities.
13 May 2023 - This landmark report on the experiences and views of Older Australians is the third of the COTA Federation’s State Of The Older Nation (SOTON) reports. After another year living with COVID-19, combined with natural disasters at home, conflict overseas and cost-of-living pressures, it is perhaps unsurprising that COTA’s 2023 report tells the story of a cohort who aren’t feeling as good about the future as they used to. .
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