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August 17, 2021
Retirement homes can appear fairly sombre but Leith Park in St Helena by MGS Architects is far from ‘beige’. An Australian Institute of Architects award winner, these 46 units capture the wonderful hues found in the many native plants on the elevated site.Read More
August 9, 2021
Eileen Rainsbury has always loved cats. She loves having cuddles with Mister, a senior cat volunteer from the Cat Protection Society.Read More
July 21, 2021
Writer, artist, independent curator and art critic Peter Hill moved into Currie Park, Euroa recently.Read More
November 9, 2020
Residents at Leith Park retirement village in Greensborough are all set for a bumper harvest of vegetables this Summer, thanks to our environmental grant.
March 19, 2020
Due to the rapid spread of COVID‑19 in our community and the known risk to vulnerable people, we have introduced stringent measures for entry to Liscombe House.Read More
October 29, 2019
The Berwick Star News paid tribute to the Old Colonists' in a report on its recent 150th Anniversary celebrations at the Braeside Park village in Berwick.Read More
The Cranbourne Leader joined in the OCAV's 150th celebrations at Braeside Park village in Berwick recently. Families from across Casey came to party and to find out more about the village.Read More
October 16, 2019
The Old Colonists Association of Victoria has come a long way since it was founded to provide housing and care for fallen pioneers, with the association celebrating its 150th birthday next month.Read More
The Berwick Star News joined OCAV in inviting locals to the village's 150th anniversary celebrations.Read More
Dorothy Clayton has felt very much ‘at home’ since she moved into Braeside Park nine years ago. Now, Dorothy, the village’s volunteer pastoral care worker, tries to ensure that others also feel a sense of belonging in the Berwick village.