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RSL LifeCare Dumaresq Retirement Village

124 Wallace St, Nowra, New South Wales, 2541

Part of RSL LifeCare

Taking retirement living to new heights

Stage 2 - Now Selling

Discover a serene retirement lifestyle at RSL LifeCare Nowra Community Dumaresq Retirement Village, where community matters. Our thoughtfully designed new homes are two-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1 carport villas that boast spacious and easy-to-maintain interiors, with plenty of natural sunlight and large living/dining spaces with balcony. 

Our pet-friendly homes feature gorgeous bedrooms, master with ensuite, solar panels, and the reassurance of a 24/7 Nurse Call system. Enjoy a tranquil and relaxing environment, surrounded by Nowra's beautiful bushlands.

In the heart of RSL LifeCare Nowra Community stands Nowra House, a meticulously restored heritage building, which offers a range of community facilities and a beautiful communal garden; a place exclusively for residents and loved ones to gather or to simply relax. 

RSL LifeCare can also offer a range of Home Care services to village residents, supporting you to remain independent and maintain your health and wellness. RSL LifeCare Nowra Community is also home to the purpose-built RSL LifeCare Nowra Veteran Wellbeing Centre, and Jonathan Rogers GC House residential aged care home - catering to your health and happiness in every possible way.

Dumaresq Retirement Village is currently under construction - villas will be ready to move into at the end of 2023.

Now Selling - book your tour today and experience the RSL LifeCare Nowra Community

*Disclaimer: all images are artists' impressions

RSL LifeCare Nowra Community Unveils Visionary Expansion, Elevating Retirement Living to New Heights

on Monday, September 25, 2023

RSL LifeCare has announced the Stage 2 release of its Dumaresq Retirement Village at RSL LifeCare Nowra Community. The expansion brings an array of new offerings and services to create a first of its kind community that caters to all retirement needs.

Australians Call for Greater Support of Veterans Year Round

on Wednesday, April 19, 2023

In the lead up to Anzac Day, new research has revealed two in five (43%) Australians agree that veterans are adequately supported with essential services, such as mental and physical health care and financial assistance – with the same number (43%) confirming that more needs to be done to provide adequate support.

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