• Living on the Riverside

    For people interested in living a peaceful existence while ensconced in the heart of a small but nonetheless warm and welcoming locale, there is a perfect solution in the form of Reside Living in beautiful Ballina. Combining a superb location with convenient access to all essential amenities, our waterfront

  • Fewer stretches of coastline in the world are more beautiful than that section located approximately 500-miles north of Sydney, and roughly 60-miles southeast of Queensland’s capital, Brisbane. Known as the Northern River region, the area serves as the nexus for comfortable living. With three major river valleys traversing the region, which

  • You’ve worked hard all your life – isn’t it about time you start enjoying the fruits of your labours? Remember all those things you’ve planned on doing – perhaps you’ve always wanted to travel abroad, entertain family and friends more, or simply kick back and relax your own luxurious, carefree home?


  • The opportunity to enjoy living a luxury lifestyle with impeccable first-class community facilities on the banks of the beautiful Richmond River and to be able to take advantage of all the amenities offered by Reside Living Ballina is closing fast. Get everything you want out of living a low-maintenance lifestyle, without sacrificing quality and


    THE freshly approved $31 million Reside Living Ballina could spur other projects and redevelopment in the town’s burgeoning CBD, according to Mayor David Wright.

    Speaking after the council gave unanimous approval of the six-level mixed-use complex last month, Councillor Wright said the project would give residents, businesspeople and


    A $31 MILLION riverfront project that will continue the revitalisation of Ballina’s CBD has received the green light from Ballina Shire Council.

    The development application for the six-level mixed-use project, Reside Living Ballina, was unanimously approved by the council this week (Thursday April 24).

    Comprising a retail and dining


    LOCAL infrastructure upgrades to the tune of more than $2 billion has Ballina in the box seat for growth as a hub for baby boomers, according to a new research report.

    A report by Broad Research and Advisory suggests Ballina’s status as a retirement destination is in for a major boost, with investment in transport networks and key services


    A NEW residential development touted for the Ballina riverfront will boost the town’s diminishing apartment stocks for baby boomers seeking to relocate to one of northern New South Wales’ most idyllic coastal communities.

    The region has been labelled a baby boomer hot spot by leading property researcher Paul Broad, who says recent