Established in 1869, the Old Colonists' Association of Victoria provides quality housing and care to older Victorians in need. The Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria is a leading not-for-profit retirement village provider offering a continuum of care from independent living, assisted living and aged care in Victoria. The four villages in Berwick, Euroa, North Fitzroy and St Helena are home to 500 older Victorians in need. They were established by Victoria's founding fathers including George Selth Coppin, a Member of Parliament and philanthropist. The association’s first village was located in Rushall Park, North Fitzroy after the Government of Victoria gifted an acreage of land.
To be the benchmark provider of affordable, independent community living for elderly Victorians.
To advocate and provide affordable, safe and dignified independent homes for older Victorians within a village environment, and to offer appropriate and practicable extended care when it is required.
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