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Free public transport is available to Victorian Seniors Card holders in the first week of the Festival
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The Victorian Seniors Festival acknowledges and thanks the sponsors that make the 2015 festival possible.
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Congratulations to Peter Hopper, winner of the Premier's Award for Victorian Senior of the Year, and all other award winners
Victorian Seniors Festival comes alive at the Docklands on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 October
Seniors are finding out that the fantastic facilities available through residential camps and group accommodation are not just for school kids, but can make a memorable weekend away or even just a day visit.
This grants program is now open for applications until 5 February 2016.
Victorian Seniors Card Holders have a chance to win an iPad in a new competition that is encouraging older Victorians to connect to the latest digital technology.
The Festival calendar is now live - so start planning! There's heaps of events including concerts, dance, film, tai-chi, croquet, tennis, and more...
Research from around the globe tells us that, for people to age positively and well, staying connected with family, friends and community is vital. There is no better time to think about our health, activity and participation with the Seniors Festival just around the corner.
The old adage 'move it or lose it' has never been more relevant to Victorian seniors
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