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COVID-19 Information Updates

This page contains updates regarding precautions Harbison has taken during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please take time to read the latest update: Harbison COVID-19 Update 09.11.2021 Please go to our Visit Harbison page more information regarding any visitor restrictions. Harbison promotes the use of the COVIDSafe app to help control our COVID-19 risk. Please consider using […]

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Harbison Par-Tee

Harbison invites the Southern Highlands to come together and Part-Tee   Funds raised will go towards supporting mental health in the Southern Highlands. Tee-up with your team of four to help all your mates who may be going through a rough time. Local businesses can tee-up and Par-Tee by sponsoring your hole on the day. […]

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Harbison Slow Speed Demons 2021

Congratulations to our Slow Speed Demons! In the course of 4 weeks they travelled a combined total of over 9000km — surpassing the 3000km (each) target that was set. On the International Leader-board, our Burradoo team finished in 5th place with our Moss Vale team not far behind in 9th place. Our other achievements include: […]

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Dementia Action Week | 20-26 October 2021

Dementia impacts close to half a million Australians and almost 1.6 million Australians are involved in their care. The number of people living with dementia is set to double in the next 25 years. This year, Dementia Action Week focuses on supporting and celebrating carers of people living with dementia, as well as demonstrating that […]

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Road Worlds for Seniors 2021

Harbison residents have teamed-up again for the annual Road Worlds for Seniors competition, which runs from Monday 6th September to Friday 1st October 2021. With lockdowns in regional NSW extended, the Road Worlds for Seniors championship will provide important social and physical activity for residents. Road Worlds for Seniors was launched in 2017 in Bergen, […]

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Staying Mentally Healthy During Lockdown

There is no doubt we are all feeling the strain of COVID-19 and the current lockdown. The Australian Psychological Society (APS) has a number of factsheets with helpful information and strategies, such as Managing Lockdown Fatigue and Maintaining Your Mental Health During Social Isolation. Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for Australians

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2021 Bowral Classic Harbison Peloton

We are proud to be supporting the Bowral Classic Cycling Gran Fondo, to be held on the weekend of 11-12 December! To be a part of the Harbison Peloton: Click here to register Select Harbison Memorial Retirement Village and set up your fundraising page   You can also support members of the Harbison Peloton by […]

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Frontline Workers and COVID-19

The impact of the pandemic on frontline workers’ mental health is a major concern given how important it is for them to maintain the best possible health — both physical and psychological — so they can continue to provide essential services during this extended period of managing the impacts and restrictions of COVID-19. Here are […]

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Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety for Older People

As the number of COVID-19 cases rise across Australia, the level of anxiety within the community is likely to increase. The following tips may help older Australians to keep stress and anxiety at bay during this challenging period. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Anxiety and Staying Mentally Healthy for Older Adults

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Coping with Coronavirus Anxiety

Our Clinical Psychologist has shared the following to help you deal with Coronavirus anxiety: FACE COVID: How to respond effectively to the Corona crisis Tips for coping with Coronavirus anxiety If you would like to talk to someone, please give us a call on 02 4868 6200 and we will put you in touch with […]

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