We know your retirement lifestyle doesn’t stop at the village gates, so we’ve designed the Stockland Benefits+ program. We connect you with companies that can help support your health, wellbeing and lifestyle. Benefits+ provides you access to flexible services, plus our partners will offer you exclusive discounts and deals, just for being a Stockland resident.


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MURU Music Offer

MURU Music Health are giving 500 of lucky Stockland residents a six - month free membership. To find out how to retrieve – check out the back cover of the December Flourish magazine that will be out in the first week of December to find out how to redeem this exciting offer!

Toilet Paper Taskforce

That's right! Stockland had a Toilet Paper Taskforce working on sourcing toilet paper and other goodies to deliver to our residents.


Download the first edition of our new Flourish magazine. Discover how residents in our Retirement Villages are thriving each day. Including puzzles, recipes, resident stories and much much more.

Should I seek Financial Advice?

The Director of New Way to Stay, Les Mace, gives his thoughts on seeking financial advice and provides some tips on how to find the right Financial Planner.

Helping you take care of Legal Affairs from the comfort of home

As the Coronavirus pandemic has emerged and we are being urged to stay at home, you may be wanting to use this time for some life admin and get your affairs in order. However is it possible to do this from home ? Managing Director of New Way to Stay, Louise Mace, explains some of terms and documents needed to do this and what you can and can't do from home.

Tips for dealing with stress and anxiety

Fears about COVID-19 can take an emotional toll and it’s understandable you might begin to feel increasingly stressed during these unsettling times. There are some simple things you can do to manage any stress or anxiety you may be experiencing, which will help make sure you look after yourself and those you care about.

Dealing with information overload during COVID-19

Given how accessible information is today, even if you try to avoid bad world news it can be almost impossible. It's normal to feel overwhelmed by the news especially when good news stories often seem hard to come by. Here are some tips if you're feeling overwhelmed with all the news.

Top tips to protect your hearing at the gym

There’s no denying the benefits a decent exercise program can have on both our physical and mental health. However, many gyms still tend to turn the volume up, which isn’t so good for our ears. Our Benefits+ partner Australian Hearing have put together some top tips to help protect your hearing.