Tailored insights for the Over 60s

Welcome to the 60+Club, a free online community for the Over 60s! Everything we share, discuss and publish is tailored to the Over 60s.

The 60+Club prides itself on its content-rich articles that focus on topics that the 60-plus demographic are searching for, discussing with friends, seeking information or similar. Our articles are focussed on a range of 60 plus-friendly categories such as health and wellbeing, exercise guides, savings tips, technology advice, SMSF and super, government news, volunteering information, property, money and finance, humour and a lot more.

Our online community forum for the 60+ is currently being upgraded, so stay tuned. In addition, we’re working with SocialAfter60 to launch a new Friendship & Dating site. For updates on both, be sure to leave your email address.

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Having fun, connecting and learning with the Over 60s

Having fun & Connecting

Our purpose is to connect, communicate and educate the over 60s demographic in Australia. In doing so, we promise to provide a wealth of knowledge, information and insights to get you learning more, exercising more, socialising more, laughing more, and just feeling good about life.

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About our BLOGS

Identifying age-old research and ideas and delivering them in an easily digestible format. Our eBooks delivers factual, unbiased, helpful information and insights in to lifestyle and behaviour for the Over 60s. Some are snippets from our eBooks, some are just interesting insights.

About our eBOOKS

Read about topical issues focused on health, well-being and embracing life’s ageing process with all its splendour. Each chapter has been compiled from factual and evidence-based content, derived from years of research, case studies and social testing. Also included is professional advice and opinions from industry experts in the field.

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Blog categories

Articles on Exercise & Endurance for Over 60s• 60 Plus Club
Articles on Happiness & Being Position • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Money & Financials • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Property • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Bone Health • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Health & Wellbeing • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Loneliness and Depression • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Stress • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Memory & Cognitive • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Super / SMSF • 60 Plus Club
Articles on Pets • 60 Plus Club
Articles on News & Insights • 60 Plus Club

For the simple things.

Try not to over-complicate things, take a step back and break down your worries. It’s rarely as bad as it first appears.

The clear message is the importance of embracing life, keeping positive state of mind, be social and stay connected with friends and family, embrace exercise, always smile and be healthy.

Laughter is a powerful antidote to stress, pain, and conflict. Nothing works faster or more dependably to bring your mind and body back into balance than a good laugh. Humour lightens your burdens, inspires hopes, connects you to others, and keeps you grounded, focused, and alert.

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Laugh More. Enjoy More.

“Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.” Mark Twain

“The best way to pay for a lovely moment is to enjoy it.” Richard Bach

“True happiness is… to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future.” Lucius Annaeus Seneca

“Smiling: None are so rich they can get along without it, and none so poor but are richer for its benefits.” Anonymous


Some suggestions to enjoying life after 60

Always make time for your loved ones
Go out of your way to stay in contact with your friends. Keep an open mind to meeting new people, and open arms to making new friends. Having a social life maintains a positive attitude.

Finding opportunities to laugh
It’s a powerful aspect of staying happy, being positive and just enjoying life. The health outcomes and personal benefits provide a strong argument for you not to explore this easy-to-use outlet for living.

Reach out to someone who needs it
Even more than you. There is always somebody worse off, going through a tougher time in their life, which is why helping others lends appreciation and gratitude for everyone involved.

Find hobbies that you enjoy
As well as exercises, to help keep your memory sharp and active. Being creative and active contributes keeping your brain alert and fights Alzheimer’s.

Embrace a peaceful retirement
It’s time to break away from stress, negative thoughts, and bad attitudes. Avoid those people who drain your positivity and always have a bad thing to say about something, or someone.

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