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Seniors services

Newington Seniors Group meets regularlySeniors Services

Auburn City Council provides an extensive range of services and programs designed to support and encourage seniors and people with disabilities to participate in community life.

The Auburn local government area is home to 14,914 residents who are over 65 (26.5%).

The demand for aged services

The number of people over 60 years of age in NSW is projected to rise to 24% of the population by 2021 and is expected to increase to 30% by 2041*.

This means there will be a substantial increase in the demand for aged services. Auburn City Council will strive to meet this rising demand by continually monitoring the needs of our older citizens and reviewing existing services.

Auburn City Council works in close partnership with NSW FACS Ageing, Disability and Home Care and the Department of Health and Ageing to provide the aged and disabled with access to health services, Meals on Wheels, Respite Programs and other Home and Community Care services.

*These figures are from the Multicultural Disability Advocacy Service survey conducted in 2001. 



Free Community Loop Bus Service 

Auburn City Council provides two free shuttle bus services to connect residents across the local
government area. Click the link below to view further information regarding this service:
Auburn Community Bus Service
Services for Seniors in Auburn City.pdfServices for Seniors in Auburn City871 KB
Auburn Positive Ageing Strategy 2013 - 2023 version for public exhibition.pdfAuburn Positive Ageing Strategy 2013 - 2023 version for public exhibition1307 KB
Ageing Strategy 2013 - 2023 Survey and Consultation Findings Report.pdfAgeing Strategy 2013 - 2023 Survey and Consultation Findings Report1218 KB