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Donnybrook-Balingup

Donnybrook-Balingup is a local government area located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 200 kilometers south of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 1,748 square kilometers and has a population of around 6,000 people.

The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is known for its scenic beauty, with rolling hills, vineyards, and orchards making up much of the landscape. The area is also home to a number of tourist attractions, including the famous Donnybrook Apple Festival and the Golden Valley Tree Park.

The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Donnybrook-Balingup is available on 0402 941 969. 

In terms of employment, the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup is primarily an agricultural area with a focus on horticulture, viticulture, and forestry. However, there are also opportunities for employment in the education and healthcare sectors, as well as in small businesses and retail outlets.

Overall, the Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup offers a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle in a picturesque setting, with a strong sense of community and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Manjimup

Manjimup is a town and local government area located in the south-west of Western Australia, approximately 307 kilometers south of Perth. It is the largest town in the Shire of Manjimup, which covers an area of approximately 7,000 square kilometers and has a population of around 9,000 people.

The town of Manjimup is known for its natural beauty, with forests, rivers, and parks making up much of the landscape. It is also home to a number of tourist attractions, including the famous Diamond Tree lookout, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding forest canopy.

In terms of employment, the Shire of Manjimup is primarily an agricultural area with a focus on horticulture, viticulture, and forestry. However, there are also opportunities for employment in the education and healthcare sectors, as well as in small businesses and retail outlets.

The Shire of Manjimup is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Manjimup is available on 0402 941 969. 

Overall, Manjimup and the Shire of Manjimup offer a relaxed and peaceful lifestyle in a picturesque setting, with a strong sense of community and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Nannup

Nannup is a small town located in the southwest of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers south of Perth. It is situated in the Shire of Nannup, which covers an area of around 2,700 square kilometers and has a population of around 1,200 people.

The town of Nannup is known for its natural beauty, with forests, rivers, and national parks making up much of the landscape. It is a popular destination for tourists, with a number of attractions including the Nannup Lavender Farm, the Nannup Arboretum, and the Balingup Medieval Carnivale.

In terms of employment, the Shire of Nannup is primarily an agricultural area with a focus on forestry, horticulture, and beef production. There are also opportunities for employment in small businesses and tourism-related industries.

The Shire of Nannup is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Nannup is available on 0402 941 969. 

Overall, Nannup and the Shire of Nannup offer a peaceful and natural setting with a strong community spirit and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Bridgetown-Greenbushes

Bridgetown-Greenbushes is a local government area located in the southwest region of Western Australia, approximately 260 kilometers south of Perth. The area covers an area of around 1,500 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 5,000 people.

The region is known for its stunning natural beauty, with rolling hills, forests, and rivers making up much of the landscape. It is a popular tourist destination, particularly for those interested in outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and kayaking.

The area is also known for its agricultural industry, with dairy farming, beef production, and horticulture among the main industries. There are also opportunities for employment in small businesses and tourism-related industries.

Bridgetown-Greenbushes is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Bridgetown-Greenbushes is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, Bridgetown-Greenbushes offers a peaceful and natural setting with a strong community spirit and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Augusta-Margaret River

Augusta-Margaret River is a local government area located in the southwest region of Western Australia, approximately 270 kilometers south of Perth. The area covers an area of around 2,200 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 15,000 people.

The region is known for its stunning natural beauty, with forests, beaches, and vineyards making up much of the landscape. It is a popular tourist destination, particularly for those interested in outdoor activities such as surfing, hiking, and mountain biking.

The area is also known for its agricultural industry, with dairy farming, beef production, and viticulture among the main industries. There are also opportunities for employment in small businesses and tourism-related industries.

Augusta-Margaret River is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Augusta-Margaret River is available on 0402 941 969. 

Overall, Augusta-Margaret River offers a relaxed and natural setting with a strong community spirit and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Albany

Albany is a coastal city located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 420 kilometers southeast of Perth. The city has a population of around 37,000 people and covers an area of approximately 4,383 square kilometers.

Albany is known for its stunning natural beauty, with rugged coastlines, pristine beaches, and national parks making up much of the surrounding landscape. The city also has a rich history, with a number of historic buildings and museums that showcase its heritage.

The city has a thriving tourism industry, with visitors drawn to the area's natural beauty, cultural attractions, and recreational opportunities. There are also opportunities for employment in sectors such as agriculture, fisheries, and healthcare. Our lawyer/mediator in Albany is available on 0402 941 969.

Albany is committed to creating an age-friendly community that supports the needs and wellbeing of older residents. It has developed an Age-Friendly Communities Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

Overall, Albany is a vibrant and welcoming city with a strong sense of community and a commitment to supporting the wellbeing of its older residents.

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Ashburton

Ashburton is a local government area located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The area covers approximately 103,000 square kilometers and has a population of around 12,000 people, with the majority living in the town of Tom Price.

The Ashburton region is known for its rich natural resources, including iron ore, natural gas, and salt. The mining industry is a significant employer in the area, with many residents working in mining-related jobs.

The area is also home to a number of Indigenous communities, with a strong connection to the land and its traditional owners. The local government works closely with these communities to support their cultural heritage and improve access to services and opportunities. Our lawyer/mediator in Ashburton is available on 0402 941 969. 

The Shire of Ashburton is committed to creating a sustainable and liveable community, with a focus on economic development, environmental protection, and community wellbeing. It has implemented a number of initiatives to support this, including a community grants program, environmental management plans, and programs to promote health and wellbeing.

Overall, Ashburton is a diverse and vibrant region with a strong focus on economic development and community wellbeing.

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Augusta-Margaret River

The Augusta-Margaret River Shire has an aging population, with around 25% of its residents aged 65 years or over. This demographic shift presents several challenges for the shire, including the provision of appropriate health and social care services to meet the needs of older people.

The shire has responded to this challenge by implementing a range of programs and initiatives to support the aging population. For example, the shire offers a range of community-based services for older people, including social support programs, community transport services, and home care services. These services aim to help older people to remain independent and connected to their communities for as long as possible. Our lawyer/mediator in Augusta-Margaret River is available on 0402 941 969.

The shire has also worked to make its physical infrastructure more age-friendly, with initiatives such as the development of age-friendly public spaces and the installation of accessible amenities in public places. This has included the installation of ramps, handrails, and seating areas, and the provision of accessible public toilets and car parking.

Overall, the Augusta-Margaret River Shire is committed to supporting its aging population to ensure they can continue to live active and independent lives in the community for as long as possible.

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Irwin

The Shire of Irwin is a local government area located in the Mid West region of Western Australia. Its administrative centre is the town of Dongara. According to the 2021 Census, the population of the Shire of Irwin was 3,276.

In terms of the elderly population, the Shire of Irwin has a significant number of residents aged 65 and over, accounting for around 24% of the total population. Our lawyer/mediator in Irwin is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire has implemented a number of initiatives to support its elderly residents, including social events, home care services, and advocacy programs. The Shire also works closely with local health providers to ensure that its elderly population has access to the care and support they need.

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Murchison

The Shire of Murchison is a local government area located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Its administrative centre is the town of Cue. According to the 2021 Census, the population of the Shire of Murchison was 115.

In terms of the elderly population, the Shire of Murchison has a small number of residents aged 65 and over, accounting for less than 5% of the total population. Despite its small size, the Shire is committed to providing support and services to its elderly residents. This includes working closely with local health providers to ensure that its elderly population has access to medical care and support, as well as community programs and events to help promote social connectedness and wellbeing. Our lawyer/mediator in Murchison is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also provides home care services to elderly residents who require assistance with daily tasks such as cleaning, meal preparation, and personal care.

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Boyup Brook

Boyup Brook is a town located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 270 kilometers south of Perth. The town has a population of around 1,000 people and serves as the commercial and administrative center for the surrounding farming community. Our lawyer/mediator in Boyup Brook is available on 0402 941 969. The town is known for its annual music festival, which attracts visitors from all over the region. The elderly population in Boyup Brook is relatively small, with around 20% of the population aged 65 years and over. The town provides some aged care services, including home care and respite care, to support its elderly residents.

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Broome

Broome is a town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia with a population of around 16,000 people. The town has a significant population of elderly residents, with approximately 16% of the population aged 65 and over.

Many of the elderly in Broome face challenges related to isolation, limited access to services and facilities, and health issues. The town's remote location and limited transportation options can make it difficult for older adults to access medical care and other necessary services.

The local government and community organizations have implemented various initiatives to support the elderly population in Broome. Our lawyer/mediator in Broome is available on 0402 941 969. These include programs that promote social connections, transportation services to medical appointments, and home care services for those who need assistance with daily tasks. Additionally, there are several aged care facilities and retirement villages in the town, providing accommodation and care for elderly residents who require additional support.

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Bunbury

Bunbury is a coastal city located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 175km south of Perth. It is the third largest city in Western Australia, with a population of around 75,000 people. Bunbury is known for its beautiful beaches, scenic views, and rich history. It has a thriving economy, with industries such as agriculture, mining, and tourism playing important roles.

In terms of the elderly population, Bunbury has a significant proportion of older residents, with approximately 15% of the population aged 65 years and over. Our lawyer/mediator in Bunbury is available on 0402 941 969.  The City of Bunbury is committed to providing a range of services and facilities to support the needs of older residents, including aged care facilities, community transport services, and social support programs. The City also runs a number of initiatives to promote healthy and active ageing, such as fitness programs, community events, and health education workshops.

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Capel

Capel is a town and local government area located in the South West region of Western Australia. The town is situated about 200 km south of Perth and has a population of around 17,000 people. Capel is known for its agriculture, with the town's economy largely dependent on dairy farming and viticulture. The region also has a significant mining industry, with several mining operations located in the surrounding area. Our lawyer/mediator in Capel is available on 0402 941 969. The local government is responsible for providing a range of services to the community, including waste management, public health, infrastructure, and community facilities. In terms of its elderly population, Capel has a relatively small proportion of older adults compared to the state average, with around 17% of residents aged 65 years and over. The local government provides a range of services and programs to support older adults, including community care services, home support, and social activities.

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Carnarvon

Carnarvon is a coastal town in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. It is situated at the mouth of the Gascoyne River and is known for its beautiful beaches, fishing industry, and tropical fruits such as bananas, papayas, and mangos. The town has a population of around 5,000 people and is home to many indigenous Australians. Our lawyer/mediator in Carnarvon is available on 0402 941 969. The elderly population in Carnarvon faces similar challenges as other regional and rural towns, including limited access to healthcare, transportation, and social activities. However, there are community organizations and services that work to support the elderly population and improve their quality of life.

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Chapman Valley

As per the 2016 Census, the population of Chapman Valley was 2,156, out of which approximately 16.3% were aged 65 years and over. Elderly people living in the area may face challenges such as limited access to healthcare facilities and services, social isolation, and reduced mobility due to the rural location of the area. Our lawyer/mediator in Chapman Valley is available on 0402 941 969. The Chapman Valley Community Resource Centre and the City of Greater Geraldton both offer programs and services to support the elderly population in the area, including health and wellness programs, social events, and transportation services.

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Chittering

Chittering is a local government area in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. The region is known for its scenic landscape, and its agricultural industries, including citrus and avocado orchards, as well as wineries. The Chittering Shire has a population of approximately 4,000 people, with a significant portion of the population being older adults. Our lawyer/mediator in Chittering is available on 0402 941 969. The local council provides a range of services to support older residents, including home support services, social activities and events, and advocacy services. The region has several retirement villages and aged care facilities to cater to the needs of older residents.

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Cockburn

Chittering is a local government area in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. The region is known for its scenic landscape, and its agricultural industries, including citrus and avocado orchards, as well as wineries. The Chittering Shire has a population of approximately 4,000 people, with a significant portion of the population being older adults. The local council provides a range of services to support older residents, including home support services, social activities and events, and advocacy services. Our lawyer/mediator in Cockburn is available on 0402 941 969. The region has several retirement villages and aged care facilities to cater to the needs of older residents.

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Collie

Collie is a town located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 200 kilometers south of Perth. The town is known for its history of coal mining, timber milling, and power generation, and is now a popular tourist destination.

In terms of the elderly population, Collie has a higher proportion of older residents compared to the state average, with around 22% of the population aged 65 and over. This can be attributed to factors such as the town's aging demographic, as well as its reputation as a peaceful and affordable retirement destination.

In recent years, the Collie community has been working to improve the quality of life for its elderly residents. This has included the development of new aged care facilities, the expansion of community support services, and the creation of social programs aimed at reducing social isolation among older adults. Our lawyer/mediator in Collie is available on 0402 941 969. 

Despite these efforts, however, there are still challenges facing the elderly population in Collie. These include access to healthcare services, transportation, and affordable housing. Additionally, the town's aging infrastructure and lack of job opportunities for younger residents can contribute to a sense of isolation and disconnection for older adults living in the area.

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Coolgardie

Coolgardie is a small town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. The town has a rich history as it was once a thriving gold mining town during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Today, the town has a much smaller population, with approximately 850 people residing in the area as of the 2016 census.

In terms of the elderly population in Coolgardie, the town has a relatively high proportion of older residents. According to the same census data, approximately 20% of the population in Coolgardie was aged 65 years and over, compared to the national average of around 15%. The town's aging population is a common trend in many regional and remote areas of Australia, as younger generations often move to larger cities for education and employment opportunities. Our lawyer/mediator in Coolgardie is available on 0402 941 969. 

The aging population in Coolgardie may face challenges in terms of access to healthcare services and social support networks. With limited healthcare facilities available in the town, elderly residents may need to travel long distances to access medical care. Additionally, as the town has a small population, there may be limited social opportunities and support networks available for elderly residents. However, community organizations and local government initiatives may work to address these challenges and support the well-being of elderly residents in the area.

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Coorow

Coorow is a small town in the Mid West region of Western Australia. The town is situated around 265 kilometers north of Perth and is part of the Shire of Coorow. According to the 2016 census, the town had a population of just over 400 people.

Coorow is predominantly an agricultural town with wheat, canola, lupins, and barley being the main crops. Sheep and cattle farming are also important to the local economy. The town also has a few small businesses and services such as a general store, post office, and hotel.

As for the elderly population, according to the 2016 census, about 17% of the population in Coorow was aged 65 years and over, with around 5% of the population aged 85 years and over. Our lawyer/mediator in Coorow is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire of Coorow provides some aged care services to the local elderly population, including home care, meals on wheels, and respite care. The town also has a community resource center that offers various programs and activities for seniors, including social events and health and wellbeing workshops.

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Corrigin

Corrigin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 235 kilometers southeast of Perth. It is primarily an agricultural community with wheat and sheep farming being the major industries.

As of the 2016 census, the population of Corrigin was 940, with a median age of 46 years. The population of people aged 65 years and over was 23.5%, which is higher than the national average of 15.9%. The town has a higher proportion of females than males, with 52.9% of the population being female.

In terms of services for the elderly, Corrigin has a Community Resource Centre which offers a range of activities and programs for seniors. These include social events, educational programs, and health and wellness activities. There is also a residential aged care facility, the Corrigin District Hospital, which provides accommodation and care for elderly residents who require support with their daily living activities. Our lawyer/mediator in Corrigin is available on 0402 941 969. 

The Corrigin Senior Citizens Centre is another important service for the elderly in the town. It offers a range of programs and activities for seniors, including social events, exercise classes, and health and wellness programs. The centre is also a hub for community events and provides a space for seniors to socialize and connect with others in the community.

Overall, while Corrigin is a small town, it offers a range of services and support for its elderly residents.

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Cranbrook

Cranbrook is a town located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 320 km southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 500 people and serves as a service center for the surrounding agricultural areas.

Cranbrook is known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities, with many parks, reserves, and forests in the surrounding area. The town hosts an annual agricultural show, which includes livestock judging, horse events, and other attractions. Our lawyer/mediator in Cranbrook is available on 0402 941 969. 

There is a small but active community of elderly residents in Cranbrook, many of whom are retired farmers or have lived in the area for most of their lives. The town has a number of services and facilities to support the aging population, including a local health center, aged care facilities, and community groups that cater to seniors. The Cranbrook Senior Citizens Centre, for example, hosts regular social events and activities for older residents, such as card games, exercise classes, and craft groups.

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Cue

Cue is a small town located in the Mid West region of Western Australia. It is situated approximately 1200 km north of Perth and 80 km south of Meekatharra. The town was established in the late 1800s during the Western Australian gold rush and was once a bustling hub for miners and prospectors.

Today, Cue is a quiet town with a population of around 200 people. It is known for its rich gold mining history, and visitors can still see evidence of the town's past in the historic buildings and sites that are preserved throughout the area.

In terms of demographics, the elderly population in Cue is relatively small. According to the 2016 Australian Census, there were only 22 people aged 65 years and over living in the town. However, this number may have changed in recent years, as the town's population can fluctuate based on the mining industry and other economic factors. Our lawyer/mediator in Cue is available on 0402 941 969. Despite the small number of elderly residents, the town does have some community services available for seniors, such as a Meals on Wheels program and community events aimed at older adults.

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Cunderdin

Cunderdin is a town located in the central Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, about 156 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 800 people and is the main center for surrounding farming areas.

Cunderdin is known for its wheat and grain farming, and there are several farms and agricultural businesses in the area. The town has a number of facilities including a hospital, police station, supermarket, post office, and a primary school.

In terms of attractions, Cunderdin has a historical museum that showcases the town's heritage and the region's agricultural history. There is also a popular recreation center with a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a skate park. The town hosts an annual agricultural show in October, which includes livestock displays, rides, and other activities. Our lawyer/mediator in Cunderdin is available on 0402 941 969. 

As for the elderly population in Cunderdin, there are a number of aged care facilities in the surrounding areas that cater to the needs of seniors. Additionally, the town has a community center that provides activities and support services for seniors, such as social gatherings, exercise classes, and information sessions on health and wellness. The local council also offers home support services to assist elderly residents with daily tasks such as housekeeping and meal preparation.

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Dalwallinu

Dalwallinu is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 248 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 700 people.

Dalwallinu is known for its wheat and sheep farming, and the surrounding countryside is home to many wildflowers in the springtime. The town has a range of services, including a supermarket, post office, hospital, school, and a range of small businesses.

As for the elderly population, the town does have a small number of retirees and older adults living in the area. Like many small rural towns, older adults in Dalwallinu may face challenges in accessing health care and other services due to their remoteness. However, the town does have a hospital that provides some medical care, and there are aged care facilities in nearby towns for those who require more specialized care. Our lawyer/mediator in Dalwallinu is available on 0402 941 969. The community also has a number of social and recreational activities for older adults, including clubs and groups that meet regularly for social events and outings.

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Dandaragan

Dandaragan is a local government area in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, located about 200 kilometers north of Perth. The area covers a total land area of 6,426 square kilometers and has a population of approximately 3,500 people.

The area is predominantly rural and is known for its agricultural production, including crops such as wheat, barley, and canola, as well as livestock farming.

As for the elderly population, Dandaragan has a slightly higher percentage of residents aged 65 and over compared to the Western Australian average. According to the 2016 Census, approximately 15% of the population in Dandaragan were aged 65 and over, compared to 13.8% across Western Australia. Our lawyer/mediator in Dandaragan is available on 0402 941 969. The area has a range of health services available, including a hospital and a number of medical clinics. There are also community organizations and support groups available for older adults in the area.

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Dardanup

Dardanup is a local government area in the South West region of Western Australia, located about 150 km south of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 526 square kilometers and is home to a population of around 15,000 people.

The area is largely agricultural, with dairy farming, beef production, and horticulture being major industries. Dardanup is also home to the Ferguson Valley, which is known for its wineries, restaurants, and scenic drives. Our lawyer/mediator in Dardanup is available on 0402 941 969. 

In terms of demographics, the median age in Dardanup is around 40 years old, and around 19% of the population is aged 65 years or over. The elderly population in Dardanup is served by several community groups and services, such as the Dardanup Community Centre, which provides activities and support for older adults. There are also several aged care facilities in the area, including the Dardanup Retirement Village and the Dardanup Hostel, which provide accommodation and support services for elderly residents.

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Denmark

Denmark is a coastal town located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, about 414 km south of Perth. The town is situated on the banks of the Denmark River, which flows into Wilson Inlet and out into the Southern Ocean.

Denmark is known for its stunning natural beauty, with rugged coastline, towering forests, and pristine beaches. The area is popular for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, surfing, and swimming.

The town has a population of around 2,600 people, with a higher proportion of older adults aged 65 years and over than the national average. The elderly population in Denmark is well-served by community and health services, including a hospital, medical center, and aged care facilities. Our lawyer/mediator in Denmark is available on 0402 941 969. The town also has an active seniors group and various social programs and events aimed at promoting social engagement and well-being for older adults.

Denmark has a thriving arts and cultural scene, with numerous galleries and studios showcasing the works of local artists, as well as regular events and festivals such as the Denmark Festival of Voice and the Art Trail. The town also has a strong community spirit, with various volunteer groups and community organizations working to promote social cohesion and support for those in need.

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Derby-West Kimberley

The Shire of Derby-West Kimberley is a local government area in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, covering an area of approximately 120,000 square kilometers. The shire's administrative center is located in the town of Derby, which has a population of around 3,600 people.

The shire is home to a diverse range of natural and cultural attractions, including the Buccaneer Archipelago, Horizontal Falls, and the Gibb River Road. The shire's economy is primarily based on pastoralism, mining, and tourism.

In terms of the elderly population, the shire has a higher proportion of residents aged 65 and over than the state average. Our lawyer/mediator in Derby-West Kimberley is available on 0402 941 969. In 2016, approximately 11% of the shire's population was aged 65 years or over, compared to the state average of 16%. The shire's ageing population is a key consideration in terms of the provision of health and aged care services in the region.

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Leonora

Leonora is a small town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is situated approximately 830 kilometres northeast of Perth, and has a population of around 800 people.

The town was founded in the late 19th century during the gold rush, and played an important role in the development of the region. Today, the town's economy is largely based on mining and tourism, with several gold mines and tourist attractions in the surrounding area.

As for the elderly population in Leonora, there is no specific data available. However, like many regional and remote areas in Australia, there are likely to be challenges around access to healthcare services and social isolation. Our lawyer/mediator in Leonora is available on 0402 941 969. The Western Australian government has various programs in place to support the health and wellbeing of seniors in regional and remote areas, including funding for aged care facilities and services, and initiatives to improve access to healthcare and social support.

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Dowerin

Dowerin is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, located approximately 156 kilometers east-northeast of Perth. The town is part of the Shire of Dowerin, which covers an area of 2,374 square kilometers and has a population of around 800 people.

Dowerin is known for its annual agricultural show, which attracts thousands of visitors from around the region. The show features displays of farm machinery, livestock, and local produce, as well as carnival rides, food stalls, and other attractions.

In terms of facilities and services, Dowerin has a primary school, a community resource center, a post office, a police station, and a small supermarket. There are also several parks and sporting facilities in the town, including a football oval, a golf course, and a swimming pool. Our lawyer/mediator in Dowerin is available on 0402 941 969. 

As for the elderly population in Dowerin, the town has a seniors group called the Dowerin Seniors Club, which organizes regular events and activities for older residents. The club provides a social outlet for seniors to meet and connect with others in the community, and offers a range of activities such as cards, bingo, and crafts. Additionally, the town has a residential aged care facility called the Dowerin Nursing Home, which provides accommodation and care services for elderly residents who require extra support.

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East Fremantle

East Fremantle is a suburb located 13 kilometres southwest of the central business district of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. It is situated on the south bank of the Swan River, across from the larger suburb of Fremantle.

East Fremantle has a population of around 7,500 people and covers an area of approximately 3.8 square kilometres. It is known for its historic buildings, leafy streets, and riverside location. Our lawyer/mediator in East Fremantle is available on 0402 941 969. The suburb has a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas.

As for the elderly population in the area, according to the 2016 Census, around 20% of East Fremantle's residents were aged 65 years and over. The suburb has a number of aged care facilities, retirement villages, and community programs aimed at supporting older people. The local council also offers a range of services and programs specifically for seniors, such as exercise classes, social activities, and health and wellness programs.

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East Pilbara

The East Pilbara is a region located in the eastern part of the Pilbara in Western Australia. It is known for its rugged landscapes, rich Aboriginal culture, and thriving mining industry. The region covers an area of over 370,000 square kilometers and has a population of around 13,000 people.

The East Pilbara is home to a number of remote and isolated communities, including the Aboriginal communities of Jigalong, Punmu, and Parnngurr. These communities face unique challenges, such as limited access to services and resources, and have a high proportion of Aboriginal residents.

The mining industry is a major employer in the East Pilbara, with large iron ore mines located in the towns of Newman and Tom Price. Our lawyer/mediator in East-Pilbara is available on 0402 941 969. The industry has brought economic growth and employment opportunities to the region, but also presents challenges such as environmental impacts and social changes.

In terms of aging population, the East Pilbara has a relatively small population of people aged over 65, with just over 5% of the population falling into this age group. However, like many remote areas, access to healthcare and other services can be a challenge for older residents. The region has a number of aged care services available, including home care, residential aged care facilities, and respite care services.

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Esperance

Esperance is a town located on the south-east coast of Western Australia. It is the largest town in the Shire of Esperance and has a population of around 10,000 people.

The town is known for its beautiful beaches, including Twilight Cove, Blue Haven Beach, and Lucky Bay, which has been voted one of Australia's most beautiful beaches. The town also serves as a popular destination for surfing, fishing, and diving, with many visitors attracted to the nearby Recherche Archipelago.

In terms of industry, Esperance is primarily driven by agriculture, with the town being a major producer of wheat and other cereal crops, as well as sheep and cattle farming. The town is also home to a number of mining operations, including nickel and gold mines. Our lawyer/mediator in Esperance is available on 0402 941 969. 

As for the elderly population in Esperance, there are a range of services and support available to them. The Esperance Home and Community Care (HACC) program provides a range of support services to help the elderly live independently in their own homes, while the Esperance Senior Citizens Centre provides a range of social activities and events for the elderly population. The town also has a number of aged care facilities, including nursing homes and retirement villages.

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Exmouth

Exmouth is a town on the tip of the North West Cape in Western Australia, about 1,270 kilometers north of Perth. It is situated on the eastern shore of Exmouth Gulf and is surrounded by the Cape Range National Park. The town was established in 1967 to support the nearby United States Navy Communications Station Harold E. Holt, and has since become a popular tourist destination known for its beautiful beaches, coral reefs, and marine wildlife.

Our lawyer/mediator in Exmouth is available on 0402 941 969. Exmouth is home to a diverse population, including both young families and retirees who are drawn to the town's relaxed coastal lifestyle. The town has a range of services and amenities, including a hospital, schools, shopping centers, and recreational facilities. It is also home to a number of community organizations and groups that cater to the needs and interests of its residents, including the Exmouth Senior Citizens Club, which provides social and recreational activities for older adults.

The region's climate is arid and warm, with mild winters and hot summers. The town is particularly popular with visitors during the winter months, when humpback whales migrate along the coast and visitors can go on whale-watching tours. The Ningaloo Reef, which is located just off the coast of Exmouth, is a major drawcard for visitors and is home to a rich array of marine life, including whale sharks, turtles, and dolphins. The reef is also popular for fishing, snorkeling, and diving.

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Fremantle

Fremantle is a port city located in Western Australia, approximately 19 kilometers southwest of Perth. It is known for its rich history, well-preserved architecture, and bustling arts and cultural scene.

The city was founded in 1829 and quickly grew into a major port for the Swan River Colony. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Fremantle served as a gateway to the Western Australian goldfields, and many migrants and immigrants passed through the city on their way to new lives in the interior.

Today, Fremantle is a vibrant cultural center, home to many artists, musicians, and performers. The city is also a popular tourist destination, known for its historic architecture, museums, galleries, and lively markets. Our lawyer/mediator in Fremantle is available on 0402 941 969. 

In terms of demographics, Fremantle has a diverse population, with a mix of young professionals, families, and retirees. The city is known for its strong community spirit and many community organizations and initiatives.

As for the elderly living in Fremantle, there are a number of aged care facilities and services available to support them. The city has several retirement villages, nursing homes, and home care providers that offer a range of services, including healthcare, social activities, and assistance with daily tasks. Additionally, the city has a number of community organizations and initiatives aimed at promoting social connection and support among older residents.

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Greater Geraldton

The City of Greater Geraldton is a local government area located in the Mid West region of Western Australia. The city covers an area of approximately 12,625 square kilometers and is home to a population of around 40,000 people.

The city of Greater Geraldton is the regional hub for the Mid West region, providing a range of services and amenities to residents, visitors, and surrounding communities. The city is home to a diverse range of industries, including agriculture, mining, fishing, and tourism.

The elderly population in Greater Geraldton is growing, and the city is working to address the needs of this demographic. The city has several programs and services in place to support older residents, including home care services, meal delivery programs, and social support programs. The City of Greater Geraldton also operates a Seniors Advisory Group, which provides advice and feedback on issues affecting older residents in the community.

In addition to its services for older residents, Greater Geraldton offers a range of amenities and activities for people of all ages. Our lawyer/mediator in Greater Geraldton is available on 0402 941 969. The city is home to a variety of parks and gardens, museums, galleries, and cultural centers, as well as a range of sporting facilities and community groups.

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Kalgoorlie-Boulder

Kalgoorlie-Boulder is a regional city located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, approximately 600 kilometers east of Perth. It is the largest urban center in the region, with a population of around 30,000 people.

The city was founded in the late 1800s during the Western Australian gold rush and has a rich mining history. Today, mining remains an important industry in the region, with the Super Pit gold mine being the largest open-cut gold mine in Australia.

Kalgoorlie-Boulder is also known for its historic architecture, including the impressive Kalgoorlie Town Hall and the heritage-listed Paddy Hannan's statue. The city also boasts a number of cultural institutions, such as the Western Australian Museum – Kalgoorlie-Boulder and the Goldfields Arts Centre. Our lawyer/mediator in Kalgoorlie-Boulder is available on 0402 941 969. 

In terms of demographics, the population of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is relatively diverse. There is a significant Indigenous Australian population, as well as a large number of migrants from countries such as Italy, Greece, and Eastern Europe who came to the area during the gold rush.

As for the elderly population, there are a number of aged care facilities in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, including residential aged care homes, independent living facilities, and respite care services. The city also has a dedicated Seniors' Centre, which provides a range of services and activities for older adults, such as social events, exercise classes, and information sessions on health and wellbeing.

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Katanning

Katanning is a town located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, about 277 km south-east of Perth. It has a population of around 3,500 people and is the administrative center of the Shire of Katanning.

The town has a rich history, with European settlement dating back to the 1830s, and it is home to a number of historic buildings and sites, including the All Saints Church, which is listed on the State Register of Heritage Places.

In recent years, the town has become increasingly diverse, with a significant population of migrants and refugees from around the world. This has brought new cultural influences to the town and created a rich and vibrant community. Our lawyer/mediator in Katanning is available on 0402 941 969. 

As with many rural towns in Western Australia, the elderly population is a significant demographic in Katanning. The town has a number of services and facilities to support this population, including a local hospital, aged care facilities, and community programs and groups aimed at promoting social inclusion and well-being for older residents.

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Kellerberrin

Kellerberrin is a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 200 km east of Perth. The town has a population of around 1,000 people and is situated on the Great Eastern Highway.

Kellerberrin was first settled in the late 1800s, and the town was officially gazetted in 1897. The town's economy is largely based on agriculture, with wheat and sheep farming being the primary industries in the area. Other industries in the town include mining, transportation, and retail.

In terms of amenities, Kellerberrin has several parks and recreational areas, including the Kellerberrin Hill and Durokoppin Reserve. The town also has a public swimming pool, a community center, and a library. Health services are provided by a local hospital and a medical center. Our lawyer/mediator in Kellerberrin is available on 0402 941 969.

As for the elderly population, like many rural areas, Kellerberrin has an aging population. The town has a retirement village that provides accommodation and support for elderly residents who require assistance with daily living activities. Additionally, there are several aged care facilities in nearby towns that serve the elderly population in Kellerberrin and the surrounding areas.

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Jerramungup

Jerramungup is a town located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 450 kilometers southeast of Perth. The town is situated near the Fitzgerald River National Park, which is renowned for its unique flora and fauna.

Jerramungup is primarily an agricultural area, with wheat, barley, and sheep farming being the dominant industries. In addition to agriculture, the town is also home to a few small businesses, including a post office, general store, and hotel.

The town has a small population, with many residents being of retirement age. As a result, the town has a strong sense of community, and there are several social and cultural events held throughout the year, such as the annual Jerramungup Agricultural Show. Our lawyer/mediator in Jerramungup is available on 0402 941 969.

Jerramungup has a primary school, but high school students must travel to nearby towns for education. The town also has a medical center and a small hospital, which provides basic medical services to residents. Overall, Jerramungup offers a peaceful and tranquil rural lifestyle, with easy access to nearby natural attractions.

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Kent

Kent is a small town in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, located about 320 kilometers east of Perth. The town was established in the early 1900s as a railway siding, and was named after a town in England.

Today, Kent is a quiet rural town with a small population of around 200 people. The town serves as a center for the surrounding agricultural community, with wheat, barley, and sheep farming being the main industries.

As with many rural communities in Western Australia, the elderly population in Kent is an important demographic. The town has a community center that provides a range of services and activities for seniors, including social events, health and wellbeing programs, and access to support services such as counseling and home care. Our lawyer/mediator in Kent is available on 0402 941 969.

There are also aged care facilities in the nearby town of Pingelly, providing residential and respite care for elderly residents who require additional support. Overall, the community in Kent is tight-knit and supportive, with residents looking out for each other and coming together to celebrate important events and milestones.

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Kojonup

Kojonup is a town located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, approximately 256 kilometers southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 1,200 people and is known for its beautiful natural scenery, historic buildings, and strong agricultural industry.

As with many rural towns in Australia, Kojonup has an aging population, with a significant number of elderly residents living in the area. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2016, around 22% of Kojonup's population was aged 65 years or over, which is higher than the national average.

There are several services and facilities available in Kojonup to support the elderly population. These include residential aged care facilities, home care services, community transport services, and social support programs. The town also has a hospital and a medical center, providing healthcare services to the local community. Our lawyer/mediator in Kojonup is available on 0402 941 969.

Despite the challenges of an aging population, Kojonup is a close-knit community that values its elderly residents. The town has a range of community groups and organizations that provide opportunities for social engagement and support, such as the Kojonup Seniors Club, the Kojonup Aged Care Auxiliary, and the Kojonup Men's Shed.

Overall, Kojonup is a beautiful town with a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents.

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Kondinin

Kondinin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers east-southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 300 people and is known for its agricultural industry, particularly its wheat and sheep farming.

As with many small rural towns in Australia, Kondinin also has an aging population, with a significant number of elderly residents living in the area. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2016, around 19% of Kondinin's population was aged 65 years or over, which is higher than the national average.

Despite its small size, Kondinin has a range of services and facilities available to support its elderly residents. These include home care services, community transport services, and social support programs. Our lawyer/mediator in Kondinin is available on 0402 941 969. The town also has a medical center and a hospital, providing healthcare services to the local community.

Kondinin has a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents, with a range of community groups and organizations providing opportunities for social engagement and support. These include the Kondinin Senior Citizens Club and the Kondinin Men's Shed, which provide opportunities for socializing, learning new skills, and participating in community activities.

Overall, Kondinin is a small but welcoming town with a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents. Despite the challenges of an aging population, the town is committed to providing quality services and facilities to support the needs of its elderly population.

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Koorda

Koorda is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 230 kilometers northeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 300 people and is known for its farming and agricultural industries, particularly wheat and sheep farming.

Like many small rural towns in Australia, Koorda also has an aging population, with a significant number of elderly residents living in the area. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2016, around 19% of Koorda's population was aged 65 years or over, which is higher than the national average.

Despite its small size, Koorda has a range of services and facilities available to support its elderly residents. These include home care services, community transport services, and social support programs. The town also has a medical center and a hospital, providing healthcare services to the local community. Our lawyer/mediator in Koorda is available on 0402 941 969. 

Koorda has a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents, with a range of community groups and organizations providing opportunities for social engagement and support. These include the Koorda Senior Citizens Club, which organizes social activities and events for its members, and the Koorda Men's Shed, which provides a space for men to socialize, learn new skills, and participate in community projects.

Overall, Koorda is a small but welcoming town with a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents. Despite the challenges of an aging population, the town is committed to providing quality services and facilities to support the needs of its elderly population.

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Kulin

Kulin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 400 people and is known for its farming and agricultural industries, particularly wheat and sheep farming.

As with many small rural towns in Australia, Kulin also has an aging population, with a significant number of elderly residents living in the area. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2016, around 18% of Kulin's population was aged 65 years or over, which is higher than the national average.

Despite its small size, Kulin has a range of services and facilities available to support its elderly residents. These include home care services, community transport services, and social support programs. The town also has a medical center and a hospital, providing healthcare services to the local community. Our lawyer/mediator in Kulin is available on 0402 941 969.

Kulin has a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents, with a range of community groups and organizations providing opportunities for social engagement and support. These include the Kulin Senior Citizens Club, which organizes social activities and events for its members, and the Kulin Men's Shed, which provides a space for men to socialize, learn new skills, and participate in community projects.

Overall, Kulin is a small but welcoming town with a strong sense of community and support for its elderly residents. Despite the challenges of an aging population, the town is committed to providing quality services and facilities to support the needs of its elderly population.

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Lake Grace

Lake Grace is a small town in the south-east of Western Australia, located approximately 350 kilometers from Perth. The town has a population of around 1,000 people and is situated in a rural area that is predominantly used for farming.

Like many rural communities, Lake Grace has a significant population of elderly residents. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2021, around 32% of the population in the Shire of Lake Grace (which includes the town of Lake Grace) were aged 65 and over. This is significantly higher than the national average of around 15%.

The aging population in Lake Grace has posed some challenges for the community, particularly in terms of access to healthcare and social services. Many elderly residents in the area may have limited mobility and face barriers to accessing medical care and other essential services. Our lawyer/mediator in Lake Grace is available on 0402 941 969. Additionally, some elderly residents may experience social isolation due to a lack of social activities and community events tailored to their needs.

However, there are also many positive aspects of the elderly population in Lake Grace. Many older residents have lived in the area for their entire lives and have a wealth of knowledge about the local environment and community. They also contribute to the community in various ways, including volunteering, participating in community events, and sharing their knowledge and experience with younger generations.

Overall, the elderly population in Lake Grace is an important and valued part of the community, and efforts are being made to ensure that their needs are met and that they can continue to live fulfilling and independent lives in the area.

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Laverton

Laverton is a small town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia. It is situated approximately 960 kilometers east of Perth, and around 124 kilometers northeast of the larger town of Leonora.

Laverton has a population of around 350 people, with the majority of residents being Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The town is located on the traditional lands of the Wongatha people, and has a strong Aboriginal culture and history.

The town was established in the early 1900s as a gold mining settlement, and mining continues to be an important part of the local economy today. Other industries in the area include tourism, pastoralism, and government services.

Despite its small size, Laverton has a range of services and amenities, including a hospital, a school, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses. The town also has a number of community organizations and groups, including a local Indigenous corporation and a volunteer fire brigade. Our lawyer/mediator in Laverton is available on 0402 941 969. 

Like many remote communities in Western Australia, Laverton faces a number of challenges, including limited access to healthcare and education, a lack of employment opportunities, and high living costs. However, the town is also known for its strong sense of community and resilience, with locals working together to address these challenges and build a vibrant and sustainable future for the town and its residents.

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Plantagenet

Plantagenet is a local government area located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is situated approximately 350 kilometers southeast of Perth and covers an area of around 5,200 square kilometers.

The shire is named after the Plantagenet River, which flows through the area and is named after the House of Plantagenet, a royal dynasty that ruled England from the 12th to the 15th century.

The shire has a population of around 4,500 people and includes the towns of Mount Barker, Denmark, and Albany, which is the largest town in the shire and serves as the regional center for the Great Southern region.

The economy of Plantagenet is based primarily on agriculture, with the shire being a major producer of crops such as wheat, canola, and barley, as well as livestock such as sheep and cattle. The area is also known for its timber industry and has a growing tourism sector, with visitors drawn to the area's natural beauty and historic sites. Our lawyer/mediator in Plantagenet is available on 0402 941 969. 

Plantagenet is home to a diverse range of communities, including Indigenous Australians, people of British and European ancestry, and more recently, migrants from other countries. The shire is committed to promoting diversity and inclusivity, and has a number of community organizations and support services in place to ensure that all residents feel valued and supported.

Overall, Plantagenet is a diverse and vibrant region with a rich history and a strong sense of community. The area's natural beauty, productive agricultural industry, and growing tourism sector make it an important part of Western Australia's economy and culture.

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Northhampton

Northampton is a small town located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, approximately 460 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 900 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for agriculture, particularly wheat and sheep farming.

Northampton has a rich history, with the town's architecture reflecting its colonial past. Many of the buildings in the town were constructed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the town has been recognized as a heritage precinct by the National Trust of Australia.

The town has a range of services and amenities, including a hospital, a school, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses. The town is also home to a number of community organizations and groups, including a local historical society and a volunteer fire brigade. Our lawyer/mediator in Northhampton is available on 0402 941 969. 

In recent years, Northampton has become a popular tourist destination, with visitors drawn to the town's historic buildings and natural beauty. The town is located close to a number of national parks, including Kalbarri National Park and the Hutt River Gorge, which offer a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and wildlife spotting.

Despite its small size, Northampton has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to support each other and build a vibrant and sustainable future for the town. The town is also known for its resilience in the face of adversity, having experienced a number of natural disasters in recent years, including a severe storm in 1999 and a bushfire in 2015. Through these challenges, the town has emerged stronger and more united than ever.

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Narrogin

Narrogin is a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 192 kilometers southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 4,500 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for agriculture, particularly wheat and sheep farming.

Narrogin has a rich history, with the town's name being derived from an Aboriginal word meaning "bat camp". The town was established in the late 19th century as a railway hub and later became a major center for agriculture in the region.

The town has a range of services and amenities, including a hospital, a school, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses. Narrogin is also home to a number of community organizations and groups, including a local historical society and a volunteer fire brigade. Our lawyer/mediator in Narrogin is available on 0402 941 969.

Narrogin is known for its strong sense of community, with locals working together to support each other and build a vibrant and sustainable future for the town. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Narrogin Agricultural Show, which showcases the region's farming heritage and celebrates local produce.

In recent years, Narrogin has become a popular tourist destination, with visitors drawn to the town's natural beauty and historic sites. The town is located close to a number of national parks, including Dryandra Woodland and the Stirling Range National Park, which offer a range of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and wildlife spotting.

Overall, Narrogin is a vibrant and welcoming town with a rich history and a strong sense of community. The town's agriculture industry and natural beauty make it an important part of Western Australia's economy and culture.

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Karratha

Karratha is a coastal town located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, approximately 1,500 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 20,000 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for mining and natural gas production.

Karratha was established in the 1960s as a base for mining and resource development in the region. The town has since grown into a major center for industry and commerce, with a range of services and amenities, including a hospital, schools, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses.

Karratha is known for its stunning natural scenery, with the town situated on the coast and surrounded by a number of national parks and nature reserves. Our lawyer/mediator in Karratha is available on 0402 941 969. The region is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including iconic Australian wildlife such as kangaroos and wallabies.

Despite its industrial focus, Karratha has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to build a vibrant and sustainable future for the town. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Karratha and Districts Agricultural Show and the Red Earth Arts Festival, which showcases the region's arts and cultural scene.

Karratha is also a popular tourist destination, with visitors drawn to the town's natural beauty and unique experiences such as whale watching, fishing, and exploring the local indigenous culture. The town is also home to a range of recreational facilities, including parks, sports fields, and swimming pools.

Overall, Karratha is a dynamic and growing town with a unique mix of industry and natural beauty. The town's importance to Western Australia's resource sector and its growing tourism industry make it an important part of the state's economy and culture.

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Port Headland

Port Hedland is a coastal town located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, approximately 1,650 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 14,000 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for mining and natural gas production.

The town has a diverse population, including a significant number of elderly residents who have lived in the area for many years. These older residents have played an important role in the history and development of the town, and they continue to contribute to the community through their work, volunteer efforts, and participation in local events.

Port Hedland is known for its stunning natural scenery, with the town situated on the coast and surrounded by a number of national parks and nature reserves. The region is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including iconic Australian wildlife such as kangaroos and wallabies. Our lawyer/mediator in Port Headland is available on 0402 941 969. For elderly residents who enjoy the outdoors, there are many opportunities for nature walks and wildlife spotting.

Despite its industrial focus, Port Hedland has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to build a vibrant and sustainable future for the town. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year that are suitable for people of all ages, including the North West Festival, which showcases the region's arts, music, and culture.

Port Hedland is also home to a number of services and amenities that are important for elderly residents, including a hospital, aged care facilities, and home care services. There are also several seniors' organizations and groups that provide support and social opportunities for older residents.

Overall, Port Hedland is a dynamic and growing town with a unique mix of industry and natural beauty. The town's elderly population has contributed significantly to its history and development, and they continue to play an important role in the community. The town's importance to Western Australia's resource sector and its growing tourism industry make it an important part of the state's economy and culture.

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Pingelly

Pingelly is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 160 kilometers southeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 1,200 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for agriculture and farming.

Pingelly is known for its picturesque rural landscape, with rolling hills and fields of crops stretching out as far as the eye can see. The town has a strong agricultural focus, with many locals working in farming and related industries such as machinery repair and grain handling.

Despite its small size, Pingelly has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a hospital, aged care facilities, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses. Our lawyer/mediator in Pingelly is available on 0402 941 969. The town also has several schools, making it a popular destination for families with children.

For elderly residents, Pingelly provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Pingelly Recreation Grounds, which provide a range of recreational activities such as tennis, cricket, and lawn bowls. There are also several seniors' groups and clubs in the area that provide social opportunities and support for older residents.

Pingelly has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to build a sustainable and thriving town. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Pingelly Agricultural Show, which showcases the region's agricultural heritage and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Pingelly is a small but vibrant town with a strong agricultural heritage and a relaxed, peaceful lifestyle. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike.

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Perenjori

Perenjori is a small town located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, approximately 370 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 400 people and is situated in an area that is primarily used for agriculture and mining.

Perenjori is known for its stunning natural scenery, with the town surrounded by rolling hills and wildflower fields that bloom with color during the spring months. The region is also home to a range of unique wildlife, including kangaroos, emus, and a variety of bird species.

Despite its small size, Perenjori has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a police station, and a range of shops and businesses. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with young children.

For elderly residents, Perenjori provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. Our lawyer/mediator in Perenjori is available on 0402 941 969. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Perenjori Nature Reserve, which provides a range of recreational activities such as bushwalking and birdwatching. There are also several seniors' groups and clubs in the area that provide social opportunities and support for older residents.

Perenjori has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to build a sustainable and thriving town. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Perenjori Agricultural Show, which showcases the region's agricultural heritage and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Perenjori is a small but vibrant town with stunning natural beauty and a relaxed, peaceful lifestyle. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Peppermint Grove

Peppermint Grove is a prestigious, affluent suburb located in the western suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It is situated approximately 11 kilometers from the Perth CBD and overlooks the Swan River. The suburb is known for its luxury homes, picturesque streets, and beautiful gardens.

Peppermint Grove has a small population of around 1,700 people, and it is one of the smallest local government areas in Western Australia. The suburb is primarily residential and is considered one of the most expensive areas to live in Perth, with a median house price of over $4 million AUD.

For elderly residents, Peppermint Grove provides a luxurious and peaceful lifestyle, with easy access to high-end services and amenities. The suburb has several parks and reserves, including the Peppermint Grove Foreshore Reserve, which offers stunning views of the Swan River and provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and cycling. Our lawyer/mediator in Peppermint-Grove is available on 0402 941 969. 

Peppermint Grove has a range of high-end services and amenities, including a private hospital, aged care facilities, and a range of boutique shops and restaurants. The suburb also has several community groups and clubs, providing social opportunities and support for older residents.

Peppermint Grove is a highly sought-after destination for its exclusive lifestyle, beautiful surroundings, and high-end amenities. It is a popular choice for wealthy retirees looking for a luxurious retirement lifestyle close to all the conveniences of the city.

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Nungarin

Nungarin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 300 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Nungarin is known for its rich agricultural history and heritage, with several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past. The Nungarin Heritage Machinery and Army Museum is a popular attraction, showcasing a range of vintage agricultural machinery and military vehicles from World War II.

For elderly residents, Nungarin provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Nungarin Heritage Park, which provides a range of recreational activities such as bushwalking and birdwatching. Our lawyer/mediator in Nungarin is available on 0402 941 969. 

Nungarin has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with young children.

Nungarin has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Nungarin Malleefowl Festival, which celebrates the town's unique flora and fauna and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Nungarin is a small but charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Narembeen

Narembeen is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 500 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Narembeen is known for its rich agricultural history, with farming being the primary industry in the area. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Narembeen Heritage Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through the town's history.

For elderly residents, Narembeen provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community.  Our lawyer/mediator in Narembeen is available on 0402 941 969. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Narembeen Nature Reserve, which provides a range of recreational activities such as birdwatching and bushwalking.

Narembeen has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with young children.

Narembeen has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Narembeen Agricultural Show, which celebrates the town's agricultural industry and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Narembeen is a small but charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Mukinbudin

Mukinbudin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 320 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 600 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Mukinbudin is known for its rich agricultural history, with farming being the primary industry in the area. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Mukinbudin Heritage Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through the town's history. Our lawyer/mediator in Mukinbudin is available on 0402 941 969. 

For elderly residents, Mukinbudin provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Mukinbudin Botanic Park, which provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and picnicking.

Mukinbudin has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with young children.

Mukinbudin has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Mukinbudin Agricultural Show, which celebrates the town's agricultural industry and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Mukinbudin is a small but charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Mount Magnet

Mount Magnet is a small town located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, approximately 570 kilometers north-east of Perth. The town has a population of around 500 people and is surrounded by a landscape of red dirt, rocky outcrops and natural bushland.

Mount Magnet is known for its rich mining history, with gold being discovered in the area in the late 19th century. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Mount Magnet Heritage Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through the town's history.

For elderly residents, Mount Magnet provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Mount Magnet Nature Reserve, which provides a range of recreational activities such as birdwatching and bushwalking. Our lawyer/mediator in Mount Magnet is available on 0402 941 969. 

Mount Magnet has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school and a high school, making it a popular destination for families with children.

Mount Magnet has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Mount Magnet Races, which celebrate the town's mining history and provide a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Mount Magnet is a small but charming town with a rich mining history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Moora

Moora is a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 180 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 1,800 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Moora is known for its rich agricultural history, with farming being the primary industry in the area. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Moora Heritage Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through the town's history.

For elderly residents, Moora provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Moora Botanic Gardens, which provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and picnicking.

Moora has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school and a high school, making it a popular destination for families with children. Our lawyer/mediator in Moora is available on 0402 941 969. 

Moora has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Moora Agricultural Show, which celebrates the town's agricultural industry and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Moora is a charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Mingenew

Mingenew is a small town located in the Mid West region of Western Australia, approximately 370 kilometers north of Perth. The town has a population of around 400 people and is surrounded by a landscape of farmland and natural bushland.

Mingenew is known for its rich agricultural history, with farming being the primary industry in the area. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Mingenew Heritage Trail, which takes visitors on a journey through the town's history.

For elderly residents, Mingenew provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Mingenew Hill Nature Reserve, which provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and birdwatching.

Mingenew has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school and a high school, making it a popular destination for families with children. Our lawyer/mediator in Mingenew is available on 0402 941 969. 

Mingenew has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Mingenew Midwest Expo, which celebrates the town's agricultural industry and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Mingenew is a small but charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Merredin

Merredin is a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 260 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 2,800 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Merredin is known for its rich railway history, with the town being an important hub for the railway network that connected Western Australia to the eastern states. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Merredin Railway Station Museum, which showcases the town's railway history.

For elderly residents, Merredin provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Merredin Peak Nature Reserve, which provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and birdwatching. Our lawyer/mediator in Merredin is available on 0402 941 969. 

Merredin has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school and a high school, making it a popular destination for families with children.

Merredin has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Merredin Agricultural Show, which celebrates the town's agricultural industry and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Merredin is a charming town with a rich railway history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Menzies

Menzies is a small town located in the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, approximately 730 kilometers east-northeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 100 people and is surrounded by a landscape of desert and natural bushland.

Menzies is known for its rich gold rush history, with the town being an important center for gold mining in the early 1900s. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Menzies Cemetery, which is the final resting place of many of the town's early settlers.

For elderly residents, Menzies provides a peaceful and remote lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Menzies Dam, which provides a range of recreational activities such as fishing and camping. Our lawyer/mediator in Menzies is available on 0402 941 969. 

Menzies has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, and a post office. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with children.

Menzies has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Menzies Goldfields Festival, which celebrates the town's gold mining history and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Menzies is a small but charming town with a rich gold rush history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for elderly residents who appreciate the peace and tranquility of rural living.

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Nungarin

Nungarin is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 280 kilometers east of Perth. The town has a population of around 300 people and is surrounded by a landscape of wheat fields and natural bushland.

Nungarin is known for its rich agricultural history and heritage, with several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past. The Nungarin Heritage Machinery and Army Museum is a popular attraction, showcasing a range of vintage agricultural machinery and military vehicles from World War II.

For elderly residents, Nungarin provides a peaceful and relaxed lifestyle, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in the local community. Our lawyer/mediator in Nungarin is available on 0402 941 969. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Nungarin Heritage Park, which provides a range of recreational activities such as bushwalking and birdwatching.

Nungarin has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, a post office, and a general store. The town also has a primary school, making it a popular destination for families with young children.

Nungarin has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to preserve the town's history and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Nungarin Malleefowl Festival, which celebrates the town's unique flora and fauna and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Nungarin is a small but charming town with a rich agricultural history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for families and elderly residents alike who appreciate the charm of rural living.

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Meekatharra

Meekatharra is a town located in the Gascoyne-Murchison region of Western Australia, approximately 765 kilometers north-northeast of Perth. The town has a population of around 800 people and is surrounded by a landscape of desert and natural bushland.

Meekatharra is known for its rich mining history, with the town being an important center for gold and mineral exploration in the region. The town has several historic buildings and sites that reflect the town's past, including the Meekatharra Museum, which showcases the town's mining history and artifacts from the local Aboriginal culture.

For elderly residents, Meekatharra provides a remote but close-knit community, with opportunities to enjoy the outdoors and get involved in local activities. Our lawyer/mediator in Meekatharra is available on 0402 941 969. The town has several parks and reserves, including the Meeka Rangelands Discovery Trail, which provides a range of recreational activities such as walking and birdwatching.

Meekatharra has a range of services and amenities that are important for residents, including a health center, aged care facilities, and a post office. The town also has a primary school and a high school, making it a popular destination for families with children.

Meekatharra has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to promote the town's culture and heritage. The town has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Meekatharra Outback Festival, which celebrates the town's unique outback lifestyle and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Meekatharra is a remote but welcoming town with a rich mining history and beautiful natural surroundings. The town's strong sense of community and range of services and amenities make it an attractive destination for elderly residents who appreciate the unique charm and tranquility of rural living.

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Mandurah

Mandurah is a coastal city located in the Peel region of Western Australia, approximately 72 kilometers south of Perth. The city has a population of around 85,000 people and is known for its beautiful beaches, waterways, and wildlife.

Mandurah is a popular retirement destination for elderly residents, with its relaxed coastal lifestyle, warm climate, and range of services and amenities. The city has a range of housing options, including retirement villages and aged care facilities, as well as healthcare services, including hospitals and medical centers.

For elderly residents, Mandurah provides a range of recreational activities, including fishing, boating, and golfing. The city has several parks and reserves, including the Mandurah Estuary, which is home to a range of wildlife such as dolphins and pelicans. Our lawyer/mediator in Mandurah is available on 0402 941 969. 

Mandurah has a range of services and amenities that are important for elderly residents, including public transport, community centers, and libraries. The city also has a range of shopping centers, restaurants, and cafes, making it an attractive destination for retirees who enjoy dining out and socializing.

Mandurah has a strong sense of community, with locals working together to promote the city's culture and heritage. The city has a range of community events and festivals throughout the year, including the Mandurah Crab Fest, which celebrates the city's seafood culture and provides a fun day out for locals and visitors alike.

Overall, Mandurah is a beautiful coastal city with a relaxed lifestyle, warm climate, and range of services and amenities that make it an attractive destination for elderly residents seeking a comfortable and enjoyable retirement.

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The City of Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, located in the central business district of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 20 square kilometers and has a population of around 29,000 people.

The City of Perth is known for its vibrant city center, with a range of cultural attractions, restaurants, cafes, and shopping centers. It is also home to several landmarks, such as the Perth Mint and Kings Park, which provides stunning views of the city and the Swan River.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Perth has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs the Age-Friendly Perth program which provides support and advice to older residents on a range of issues, such as transport, housing, and access to community services. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Seniors Recreation Council. Our lawyer/mediator in Perth today is available on 0402 941 969

Overall, the City of Perth is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Perth Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

EHCCWA Inc. is applying for funding for various projects within the City of Perth to benefit elders.

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Vincent

The City of Vincent is a local government area located in the inner northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 11 square kilometers and has a population of around 38,000 people.

The City of Vincent is known for its vibrant and diverse community, with a range of cultural attractions, cafes, restaurants, and shops. It is also home to several parks and reserves, such as Hyde Park and Britannia Reserve.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Vincent has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs the Vincent Seniors program which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Festival and the Seniors Walking Group. Our lawyer /mediator in Vincent today is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, the City of Vincent is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Vincent Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Stirling

The City of Stirling is a local government area located in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 105 square kilometers and has a population of around 230,000 people.

The City of Stirling is known for its vibrant and diverse community, with a range of cultural attractions, cafes, restaurants, and shops. It is also home to several parks and reserves, such as Herdsman Lake and Lake Gwelup Reserve.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Stirling has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs the Stirling Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Seniors Recreation Council. Our lawyer/mediator in Stirling today is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, the City of Stirling is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Stirling Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Bayswater

The City of Bayswater is an area located in the eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 34 square kilometers and has a population of around 69,000 people. The City is known for its attractive parks and reserves, including the Eric Singleton Bird Sanctuary and the Bayswater Riverside Gardens. It also has a vibrant cultural scene, with a number of community events held throughout the year, such as the Bayswater Street Festival and the Hyde Park Fair. The City of Bayswater is committed to sustainability and has a range of programs and initiatives aimed at reducing its environmental impact and promoting sustainable living, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of electric vehicles in its fleet. Our lawyer/mediator in Bayswater today is available on 0402 941 969. The City is also working on improving its public transport options and has recently completed a major upgrade to the Bayswater Train Station to improve access and safety.

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Belmont

The City of Belmont an area located in the eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 17 square kilometers and has a population of around 40,000 people. Our lawyer/mediator in Belmont today is available on 0402 941 969. The City is committed to creating an age-friendly community, and older people living in the area have access to a range of services and programs aimed at supporting their wellbeing and social inclusion.

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Cambridge

The City of Cambridge is an area located in the western suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 22 square kilometers and has a population of around 32,000 people. Our lawyer/mediator in Cambridge today is available on 0402 941 969. The City is known for its attractive parks and gardens, including Lake Monger and Perry Lakes Reserve, which offer a range of recreational activities such as walking, cycling, and picnicking. The City also has a strong focus on sustainability and has a range of initiatives aimed at reducing its environmental impact and promoting sustainable living, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of electric vehicles in its fleet.

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Joondalup

The City of Joondalup is a local government area located in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 97 square kilometers and has a population of around 165,000 people, making it one of the largest local governments in the Perth metropolitan area.
 

The City of Joondalup is known for its attractive beaches, parks and reserves, including Yellagonga Regional Park and Neil Hawkins Park, which offer a range of recreational activities such as walking, cycling, and picnicking. Our lawyer/mediator in Joondalup today is available on 0402 941 969.The City also has a strong focus on arts and culture, with a number of community events and festivals held throughout the year, such as the Joondalup Festival and the Twilight Markets.

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Wanneroo

The City of Wanneroo is a local government area located in the northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 700 square kilometers and has a population of around 220,000 people, making it one of the largest local governments in Western Australia.

The City of Wanneroo is known for its diverse natural landscapes, including coastal areas, wetlands, and urban bushland reserves. It is also home to a number of historical sites, such as the Wanneroo Museum and the Yanchep National Park. The City has a strong focus on sustainability and has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of recycled water for irrigation. Our lawyer/mediator in Waneroo today is available on 0402 941 969.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Wanneroo has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs a Seniors Hub which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Over 55's Leisure and Learning program.

Overall, the City of Wanneroo is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Wanneroo Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Swan

The City of Swan is a local government area located in the eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 1,044 square kilometers and has a population of around 153,000 people, making it one of the largest local governments in the Perth metropolitan area.

The City of Swan is known for its scenic natural landscapes, including the Swan Valley wine region and the Whiteman Park conservation reserve. It is also home to a number of historical sites, such as the Guildford Heritage Precinct and the Midland Railway Workshops. The City has a strong focus on sustainability and has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of recycled water for irrigation.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Swan has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs a Seniors Hub which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Swan  today is available on 0402 941 969. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Over 55's Leisure and Learning program.

Overall, the City of Swan is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly City of Swan Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Mundaring

The City of Mundaring is a local government area located in the eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 645 square kilometers and has a population of around 38,000 people.

The City of Mundaring is known for its scenic natural landscapes, including the Mundaring Weir and the Perth Hills. It is also home to a number of cultural and historical sites, such as the Mundaring Arts Centre and the historic Mundaring Hotel. The City has a strong focus on sustainability and has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of recycled water for irrigation. Our lawyer/mediator in Mundaring today is available on 0402 941 969.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Mundaring has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the City of Mundaring is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Mundaring Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Kalamunda

The City of Kalamunda is a local government area located in the eastern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 324 square kilometers and has a population of around 61,000 people.

The City of Kalamunda is known for its scenic natural landscapes, including the Lesmurdie Falls and the Kalamunda National Park. It is also home to a number of cultural and historical sites, such as the Kalamunda History Village and the Zig Zag Cultural Centre. The City has a strong focus on sustainability and has implemented a range of initiatives to reduce its environmental impact, such as the installation of solar panels on council buildings and the use of recycled water for irrigation. Our lawyer/mediator in Kalamunda today is available on 0402 941 969.

In terms of support for older people, the City of Kalamunda has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the City runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The City also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the City of Kalamunda is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Kalamunda Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Serpentine-Jarrahdale

Serpentine-Jarrahdale is a local government area located in the southern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 905 square kilometers and has a population of around 30,000 people.

The Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale is known for its rural landscapes, including farmland, national parks, and conservation areas. It is home to several popular tourist attractions, including the Serpentine National Park, Serpentine Falls, and the Mundijong Market. The Shire has a strong focus on preserving its natural environment and has implemented a range of initiatives to protect its flora and fauna. Our lawyer/mediator in Serpentine-Jarrahdale is available on 0402 941 969.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Serpentine-Jarrahdale Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Murray

Murray is a local government area located in the Peel region of Western Australia, approximately 80 kilometers south of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 1,710 square kilometers and has a population of around 17,000 people.

The Shire of Murray is known for its scenic natural landscapes, including the Peel-Harvey Estuary, Serpentine River, and the Darling Range. The Shire is also home to several historic sites, such as the Pinjarra Convict Trail and the Edenvale Heritage Precinct.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Murray has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program. Our lawyer/mediator in Murray is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, the Shire of Murray is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Murray Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Waroona

Waroona is a small town and local government area located in the Peel region of Western Australia, approximately 110 kilometers south of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 835 square kilometers and has a population of around 3,500 people.

The Shire of Waroona is known for its rural landscapes, including farmland, forests, and wetlands. It is also home to several popular tourist attractions, such as the Waroona Dam and the Lane Poole Reserve.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Waroona has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program. Our lawyer/mediator in Waroona is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, the Shire of Waroona is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Waroona Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Harvey

Harvey is a town and local government area located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 140 kilometers south of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 1,728 square kilometers and has a population of around 28,000 people.

The Shire of Harvey is known for its agricultural industries, including dairy farming, beef production, and horticulture. It is also home to several popular tourist attractions, such as the Big Orange, the Harvey Dam, and the Stirling Cottage.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Harvey has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Harvey is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Harvey is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Harvey Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Boddington

Boddington is a small town and local government area located in the Peel region of Western Australia, approximately 123 kilometers southeast of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 1,310 square kilometers and has a population of around 1,200 people.

The Shire of Boddington is known for its natural beauty, including the Hotham River and the Boddington Gold Mine. It is also home to several popular tourist attractions, such as the Boddington Community Resource Centre and the Boddington Golf Club.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Boddington has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Boddington is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Boddington is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Boddington Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Brookton

Brookton is a small town and local government area located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 138 kilometers southeast of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 1,900 square kilometers and has a population of around 900 people.

The Shire of Brookton is known for its agricultural industries, including wheat farming and sheep grazing. It is also home to several popular tourist attractions, such as the Brookton Old Time Motor Show and the Brookton Markets.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Brookton has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Brookton is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Brookton is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Brookton Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Beverely

Beverley is a small town and local government area located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 130 kilometers southeast of Perth. It covers an area of approximately 2,300 square kilometers and has a population of around 1,300 people.

The Shire of Beverley is known for its agricultural industries, including wheat farming and sheep grazing. It is also home to several historic buildings and landmarks, such as the Beverley Railway Station and the Beverley Hotel.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Beverley has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Beverely is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Beverley is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Beverley Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Chittering

Chittering is a small town and local government area located in the outer northern suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 1,080 square kilometers and has a population of around 5,000 people.

The Shire of Chittering is known for its natural beauty and wildlife, with several national parks and nature reserves located within its boundaries. It is also home to several historic buildings and landmarks, such as the Bindoon Heritage Trail and the Old Brickworks.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Chittering has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs a Seniors Centre which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Chittering is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week celebrations and the Active Seniors program.

Overall, the Shire of Chittering is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Chittering Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Gingin

The Shire of Gingin is a local government area located in the northern part of the Perth Metropolitan Region, in Western Australia. It covers an area of approximately 3,000 square kilometers and has a population of around 5,000 people.

Gingin is a rural community that is known for its natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities, including fishing, camping, and bushwalking. It is also home to several historical and cultural attractions, such as the Gingin Observatory, the Gravity Discovery Centre, and the Gingin Heritage Trail.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Gingin has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs the Gingin Seniors program which provides information, advice, and referrals to services that support older people to remain independent and engaged in the community. Our lawyer/mediator in Gingin is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Festival and the Seniors Social Club.

Overall, the Shire of Gingin is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Gingin Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Toodyay

The Shire of Toodyay is a local government area located in the Avon Valley region of Western Australia, approximately 85 kilometers northeast of Perth. The Shire covers an area of approximately 1,700 square kilometers and has a population of around 4,000 people.

Toodyay is a picturesque rural town that is known for its historical buildings, natural beauty, and cultural attractions. It is home to several heritage-listed sites, including the Old Gaol Museum, Connor's Mill, and the Toodyay Courthouse. The town is also surrounded by the beautiful Avon Valley National Park, which is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Toodyay has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs the Toodyay Seniors Centre which provides a range of social activities and support services for older residents. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week and the Seniors Christmas Lunch. Our lawyer/mediator in Toodyay is available on 0402 941 969. 

Overall, the Shire of Toodyay is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Toodyay Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Northam

Northam is a town located in the Avon Valley region of Western Australia, approximately 100 kilometers northeast of Perth. It is the largest town in the Shire of Northam, which covers an area of approximately 7,000 square kilometers and has a population of around 11,000 people.

Northam is known for its rich history, natural beauty, and cultural attractions. The town has a number of heritage-listed sites, including the Northam Town Hall, the Old Railway Station, and the Northam Boulevard Shopping Centre. It is also surrounded by the stunning Avon Valley National Park, which is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing. Our lawyer/mediator in Northam is available on 0402 941 969.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Northam has a number of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs the Northam Seniors Centre which provides a range of social activities and support services for older residents. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week and the Seniors Christmas Lunch.

Overall, the Shire of Northam is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Northam Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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York

York is a historic town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 97 kilometers east of Perth. It is the oldest inland town in Western Australia, established in 1831, and is known for its well-preserved heritage buildings and charming rural atmosphere.

The town of York has a population of approximately 2,700 people and is the administrative center of the Shire of York, which covers an area of approximately 2,300 square kilometers and has a population of around 4,500 people.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of York has a range of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs the York Community Resource Center which provides a range of social activities and support services for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in York is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week and the York Seniors Christmas Lunch.

Overall, the Shire of York is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly York Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Cuballing

Cuballing is a small town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, approximately 180 kilometers southeast of Perth. It is situated within the Shire of Cuballing, which covers an area of approximately 1,300 square kilometers and has a population of around 800 people.

The town of Cuballing has a community hall, a primary school, and a general store. It is also surrounded by farming land, with crops such as wheat and canola being commonly grown in the area.

In terms of support for older people, the Shire of Cuballing has a range of programs and services aimed at improving their wellbeing and social inclusion. For example, the Shire runs the Cuballing Community Resource Centre which provides a range of social activities and support services for older residents. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week. Our lawyer/mediator in Cuballing is available on 0402 941 969.

Overall, the Shire of Cuballing is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Cuballing Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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Dardanup

Dardanup is a small town located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 170 kilometers south of Perth. It is situated within the Shire of Dardanup, which covers an area of approximately 530 square kilometers and has a population of around 15,000 people.

The town of Dardanup has a number of amenities including a primary school, a recreation center, a community hall, and a general store. The Shire of Dardanup also has a range of services and programs aimed at improving the wellbeing of older residents. For example, the Shire runs the Dardanup Community Resource Centre which provides a range of social activities and support services for older residents. Our lawyer/mediator in Dardanup is available on 0402 941 969. The Shire also has a range of community events and activities aimed at older residents, such as the annual Seniors Week.

In terms of employment, the Shire of Dardanup is primarily an agricultural area with a focus on dairy farming and horticulture. However, there are also opportunities for employment in the education and healthcare sectors, as well as in small businesses and retail outlets.

Overall, the Shire of Dardanup is committed to creating an age-friendly community where older residents feel valued, supported, and connected to their local community. It has also developed an Age-Friendly Dardanup Plan which outlines strategies for improving access to community services, public transport, and housing for older residents.

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