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ADDED TO that, a strong sense of community is a reminder
of days gone by when retirees were young adults themselves.
Newcomers to the region will comment on the friendliness
of shop owners and residents in the region.
Suburban life in the city consists of expanding shopping
centres usually only reachable by car, contributing to a sense
of isolation and a reliance on public transport.
A move to the Southern Highlands offers easy access to
reliable public transport, small communities and villages and
an easygoing way of life.
Driving through the Southern Highlands is a pleasurable
experience for those who are tired of battling long commutes
and stressful traffic jams.
In country towns people walk and talk because there is
far less traffic and there seems to be more time to do the
important things in life.
People reconnect with each other, strangers remember your
name and life becomes more fulfilling.
AGAIN IN THE
The Southern Highlands starts at around Picton and
spreads south-east to Sutton Forest. Easy access to families
in Sydney, Canberra and the rest of New South Wales
attracts retirees and newcomers to the rural tranquillity
of the Southern Highlands. Each village has a soul of its
own, with quality retirement settlements dotted around the
Aged care, frail care and resident accommodation is
available to suit every taste and budget.
There are shops down quaint alleys, reminiscent of
quieter times, retail outlets and stylish shopping malls supply
everything available in a big city, and more.
Excellent facilities are available for retirees in the region,
and sports and recreation, plus arts, entertainment and
cultural events are available in abundance.
This is where your new life begins.
Visit any of the retirement facilities in the peaceful Southern
Highlands and you will be hooked. ■
ATTRACTED BY BIG BLUE SKIES, GREEN PASTURES AND BEAUTIFUL GARDENS SURROUNDED
BY NATIONAL PARKS IS WHAT MAKES THE SOUTHERN HIGHLANDS AN IDEAL PLACE TO
SETTLE IN LATER YEARS.
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