Housing in Victoria

An initiative of the Cities of Melbourne,
Yarra, Stonnington and Port Phillip
under the Inner Melbourne Action Plan

An interactive website providing data on housing and housing affordability indicators in Victoria.

This website provides data on housing and housing affordability indicators in Victoria at four geographical levels: Major areas, regions, local government areas and suburbs.

The purpose of the website is to provide useful and accessible data to inform the identification of affordable housing needs and targets at the regional and local government levels via consistent data sets that enable comparability over time and spatially. >> read more

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What's new


Active bonds in major areas and LGAs

October 22, 2012

We have posted a new dataset, Private rental - active bonds, under Housing and Tenure (Type of housing data).

This dataset shows the number of active bonds in major areas and local government areas from 2001 to 2012 as well as the percentage change each year. This dataset is taken from the March quarter 2012 Rental Report from the Department of Human Services.


Rent Assistance and Centrelink payments - 2011

October 22, 2012

2011 data on Centrelink recipients (under Demographic) and on Rent Assistance by type of Centrelink payment (under Housing and Tenure) is now available for the major areas (Greater Melbourne, Regional Victoria and Victoria) and for each Local Government Area.


Rent Assistance and Centrelink payments - 2012

October 30, 2012

2012 data on Centrelink recipients (under Demographic) and on Rent Assistance by type of Centrelink payment (2012) (under Housing and Tenure) is now available for the major areas (Greater Melbourne, Regional Victoria and Victoria) and for each Local Government Area.


Rent assistance by household type

October 30, 2012

Today we have posted a new dataset, Rent assistance by household type (2012) under Housing and Tenure (Type of housing data).

This dataset shows the number of rent assistance recipients by household type (Single, Couple, Single with one or two children, Single with three or more children, Couple with one or two children, Couple with three or more children) for the major areas (Victoria, Greater Melbourne and Regional Victoria) and for local government areas as at June 2012.




Supported by

  • State of Victoria
  • City of Melbourne
  • City of Yarra
  • City of Port Phillip
  • City of Stonnington
  • Swinburne University of Technology