Useful Links

Click on a link below to be taken to the website of the organisation listed.

  • Probus South Pacific
  • Probus Association of Victoria (PAV) – An association of affiliated Probus Clubs in Victoria, sharing ideas and information between Probus Clubs.
  • Ambulance Service of Victoria – No matter where you are in Victoria, you will receive prompt, high quality, emergency medical care and transport from the State’s ambulance services. The website includes first aid training and kits information.
  • Australian Bureau of Meteorology – Local and interstate seven day weather forecasts.
  • Victorian Government’s Seniors Card – Links to the Senior’s Card program and many other relevant services for Victorian seniors.
  • Seniors Online – Victorian Government website with information and resources for seniors.
  • Association of Independent Retirees – Provides information on matters of interest to self funded retirees and reports on the Association’s representations to government on behalf of independent retirees.
  • National Seniors Australia – Giving older Australians, working and retired, a strong national voice.
  • U3A (Universities of the Third Age) – Provides lifelong learning to people who are retired or semi-retired. GEMS For Enquiring Minds, their monthly email newsletter, is highly recommended.
  • GreyPath – A brilliant website, full of interesting and very useful information for seniors and retirees.
  • Your Life Choices – A magazine and e-news for 50s, 60s and beyond will keep you up to date on health, wealth, travel, work, new technology and great food
  • Help Guide – Assisted Living Facilities – Is assisted living right for you? Find tips for choosing the right facility and making the transition easier.
  • My Aged Care – A Commonwealth Government community care service finder which helps people search for services in their local area to support them staying at home.
  • Aged Care Guide (is a commercial website but worth a look) – They can help you compare, choose and connect with your preferred care choice and are relied upon daily by consumers, their family and carers, allied health professionals, placement providers, financial advisers, aged care facilities and a host of government agencies.
  • Ageing and Aged Care – Victoria’s ageing and aged care agenda supports policy, programs and services to meet the needs of an increasing number of older Victorians.

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