The ‘Go To’ Destination for Retirees
The Orange Region is fast becoming the “go to” destination for retirees. The central location, extensive health care service (including access to an impressive range of visiting and locally based specialists), along with excellent transport infrastructure (a well serviced airport, rail and bus network) provide all that is needed.
The natural beauty of the landscape, the abundant fresh air, the lack of congestion on the roads and towns in general are also strong drawcards for those looking to kick back and enjoy their later years.
A Friendly Supportive Community
Life is all about less hassle and more recreation in the Orange Region. People who make the move to the area often remark on the friendliness of the locals and the supportiveness of the community which provides the key ingredients for a happy retirement.
With plenty of housing options and leisure activities on offer, everyone from older tree-changers to those looking to semi-retire or simply downsize can find their niche.
People keep active and energised within the community via a range of pastimes from art and craft to sports and community groups. New faces are welcome and the Region’s country style hospitality is always on offer.
Extra Support & Care
There are many retirement living options from support to stay in your own home to care in an aged care facility. The Blayney, Cabonne and Orange City Councils are dedicated to continuing to support the aged care needs of the community into the future.
The Orange Region features a range of retirement units, retirement villages, home visit schemes, community health and community transport facilities.
The Orange Region is situated within the traditional lands of the Wiradjuri Nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodianship of these lands, and pay our respect to the Wiradjuri people for their care and stewardship of these lands for more than 40,000 years and to the Elders of the Wiradjuri Nation past, present and future.