The Arcadia Group has steadily expanded and established itself as a leading retirement living operator and developer.
The Group has a portfolio of eight retirement communities within Western Australia and Victoria.
Visit Our Communities
Arcadia Waters offer what West Australian retirees need the most
Care, compassion and companionship within a like-minded, friendly community and an experienced management team.
Rylands Kew and Hawthorn, two of inner Melbourne’s premier villages offer residents a unique lifestyle, surrounded by friends, with familiar comforts, in locations you love.
La Dimora Retirement Resort is in Victoria’s northern hills just out of Melbourne, with an unrivalled Tuscan feel that no other retirement estate in Victoria can claim.
Located just 55 minutes from Melbourne CBD, 35 minutes from the airport, 7 minutes from the train station and next door to Wallan Township, Hidden Valley Resort is the perfect year-round destination.
Our Point of Difference
Initially inspired by our founder's desire to meet the growing demand for high quality, purpose-built retirement communities in Australia, Arcadia Group was founded in 1999.
Arcadia Group's points of difference are simple:
Our village homes & facilities are recognised as being the benchmark by which all others are measured.
Arcadia Group is a privately owned company.
We thrive on our innovative approach and we are totally independent.
Our primary objective is to partner with our residents to create happy, active communities with a range of personal care options that deliver peace of mind for the residents.
UNIQUE MANAGEMENT STYLE
Our management, village managers and staff are all part of the Arcadia community.
Our Leadership Team
Founder and Managing Director
Board Member and Director
Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary
General Manager - Village Operations
General Manager - Hidden Valley Resort
Our commitment to
The Code Of Conduct
In December 2018 the retirement living industry launched a new industry code of conduct for all village operators to sign up to and demonstrate their commitment to high standards and resident satisfaction.
The Retirement Living Code of Conduct is the initiative of two peak industry bodies representing retirement living operators across Australia – the Retirement Living Council (which is part of the Property Council of Australia) and leading Age Services Australia (LASA).
The code’s intention is to create certainty and transparency around processes for moving into communities, living in communities including dispute resolution, and leaving a community. The code covers all aspects of a resident’s experience in a retirement community: from signing the contract to enter the community, their on-site experience of living in the retirement community, their decision to leave the community and then right through until the resident’s unit or apartment is re-sold.
To read the Retirement Living Code of Conduct, click here