Australia’s largest state
One of the most biologically diverse areas of the world. A state home of turquoise ocean waters and spectacular dry Outback, where top-quality international cuisine meets fresh local produce.
Western Australia is the country’s largest state and has white pristine beaches, renowned wine regions, desert landscapes and impressive rock formations. It’s also a great destination to retire to, offering quality facilities and great sunny weather.
The capital city, Perth, is considered one of the top 10 most liveable cities in Australia. It has a thrilling dining and cultural scene, 19 pristine beaches and famous Indian Ocean sunsets.
By 2050, Western Australia is estimated to have more than one million people aged over 65. Retirees have an important role in the community and there are organizations, like the Council of the Ageing, that were created to protect the interests of the state’s senior citizens.
During your retirement it’s also important to be located in an area offering good health services. WA has more than 80 hospitals, and its health system offers quality services provided by private healthcare professionals and the Australian and State Governments.