Visiting New Zealand

New Zealand is just a hop, skip and a jump across the Tasman and offers so much for the novice and experienced senior traveller. With sweeping coastlines, rainforest, mountain ranges and even the odd volcano, there’s the chance to relax and rejuvenate, get active, or even have your own thrill-seeking adventure.


Visiting Ireland

Ireland sits just off the west coast of Britain and is 134,000km2 of rugged coastline, sandy beaches, winding roads, green hills and thousands of years of history for you to explore and discover. Travel now Australian Senior


Your technology questions answered

This helpful page has information on Microsoft Word, updating your pc, anti-virus software, the purchase of Skype and help with getting started online. Do you…

Federal Budget

Extra home care packages a ‘drop in the bucket’

Almost 60,000 older Australian still left waiting despite extra funding.


The ultimate Seniors Card discount eGuide

The YourLifeChoices Ultimate Seniors Card Discount Guide is packed full of money saving tips including more than 161 pages of deals & discounts.


10 ways to increase your energy

Are you feeling tired, sluggish, fatigued or simply disinterested in things that used to excite you? These 10 tips will help to boost your energy and reclaim your get-up-and-go.

Aged Care

Labor announces raft of policies to help older Australians

Labor puts aged care reform and workplace retraining at top of policy rollout for older Australians.

Health & Ageing

Drug use, smoking on the rise among older Australians

Older Australians are smoking more and using illicit drugs more frequently, according to new research from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare.


Ten tips from an expert to help you downsize in style

Downsizing is a great opportunity, says interior designer specialist Julie Ockerby.

Centrelink – Services Australia

More bust than boom for these older Australians

Baby boomers are redefining the face of retirement – including the make-up of the workforce and the ranks of the unemployed.


Loneliness in old age

We are happy to present Petra Bensted – a professional photographer who has created a photo essay in order to raise awareness of the loneliness felt by many older Australians.


Noose around aged-care providers’ necks getting tighter

After years of business as usual, the for-profit aged-care sector is increasingly being targeted by the Federal Government for its perceived poor standard of care and alleged tax evasion.

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