Retirement living in Australia

with over 3600 independent living units and apartments across 27 villages in NSW, SA and QLD.

It is the largest privately-held pure-play retirement operator in Australia and has an experienced management team headquartered in Brisbane. With a focus on providing superior quality of care and amenities RetireAustralia takes pride in building retirement lifestyles that meet and exceed residents’ expectations.

Investing in the retirement sector

This Update outlines RetireAustralia and Infratil’s investment case. It also explains why the investment outlook for retirement accommodation differs from the returns and risks of other segments of the housing market.

 

In December 2014 Infratil and its partner, the New Zealand Superannuation Fund, each acquired 50% of RetireAustralia for a sum which valued the Company at approximately A$650 million (debt A$210 million and equity A$440 million).

Housing (not just for the elderly) is a topic drawing attention from academic,regulatory, political and commercial sources. Aspects of the housing market are felt to be inefficient and there are many suggested solutions.

Alison Quinn to step down as RetireAustralia CEO

17 Jan 2019

Infratil advises that Alison Quinn has resigned as the CEO of RetireAustralia, with effect from 31 March 2019. Alison was appointed as CEO of RetireAustralia in early 2016.During Alison’s time as CEO, RetireAustralia has placed current and future residents at the centre of its thinking, growing its development pipeline with...

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RetireAustralia appoints new CEO

29 Sep 2015

The Board of RetireAustralia is pleased to announce the appointment of Alison Quinn as the new CEO commencing in early 2016. Alison joins RetireAustralia from Aveo Limited where she was Executive General Manager Retirements, responsible for strategic and operational management of Aveo's Retirement Division. Chairman of RetireAustralia Steven Fitzgerald...

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RetireAustralia CEO Tim Russell to move on

6 May 2015

Retire Australia – CEO Tim Russell to move on
After 10 years of acquisition, development and consolidation, and after the recent sale of RetireAustralia, Tim Russell has decided to leave the business to pursue a new opportunity.
The RetireAustralia Board and shareholders are grateful to Tim for the quality of the business...

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