Mental health conditions by weekly equivalised household income

Those with lower weekly household incomes report higher levels of mental health conditions.


Heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis by main income source

Those receiving government pensions/allowances and aged under 65 reported higher levels of heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis than those whose main income was wages or salary.  


Heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis by SEIFA

Those within lower socio economic indexes for areas reported higher levels of Heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis than those in higher socio economic indexes for areas (SEIFA). To find out more about SEIFA, go to https://www.abs.gov.au/websitedbs/censushome.nsf/home/seifa  


Heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis and diabetes by labour force status group

Those not in the labour force, aged either above or below 65, report higher levels of heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis than those working part or full time.


Heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis by income group

Those in lower income groups report higher levels of heart, stroke and vascular diseases, diabetes and arthritis than those in higher income groups.  


Good self-assessed health by weekly equivalised household income

This graphs shows that those in the higher income groups report higher levels of good health than those in the lower income groups.


Quarterly asking median rent per week, houses

This graph shows that in every state capital except Hoabrt, the median asking rent for houses increased during the September quarter 2020 to at least the same level as before the pandemic; and in several cities increased to a greater level.


Change in median asking rents, quarter on quarter and year on year to June 2020

This graph compares hte decline in median advertised rents from both the first quarter of 2020 and the June quarter of 2019 for both houses and units in each of the state capitals, showing the immediate impact of the pandemic on unit rents in Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart. Only in Sydney and Melbourne did asking rents fall to lower than the median price for the same time the previous year. In contrast, the effect on median asking rents for houses was much smaller, barring Hobart. In Adelaide, Perth and Canberra, median asking rents remained higher than they had been during the June quarter of 2019.


Airbnb listings for entire houses, Melbourne, January to October 2020

This graph shows the data for listings from InsideAirbnb for Melbourne during the period January to October 2020. It shows that listings for entire homes contracted by 22% since COVID-19 restrictions were introduced, equating to 3,661 dwellings that were presumably available previously for long term lease or purchase. The decline is most pronounced in the inner rings of Melbourne. It suggests that, while many of these properties might have been sold, re-occupied by owners, or left unoccupied, there was likely a substantial increase in the supply of longer term private rental properties in inner-Melbourne.


Airbnb listings for entire houses, Sydney, January to October 2020

This graph shows the data for listings from InsideAirbnb for Sydney during the period January to October 2020. It shows that listings for entire homes contracted by 17% since COVID-19 restrictions were introduced, equating to 4,317 dwellings that were presumably available previously for long term lease or purchase. The decline is most pronounced in the inner rings of Sydney. It suggests that, while many of these properties might have been sold, re-occupied by owners, or left unoccupied, there was likely a substantial increase in teh supply of longer term private rental properties in inner-Sydney.