Information for Researchers and Students

AURIN for Research

AURIN is Australia’s single largest resource for accessing and interrogating thousands of datasets covering most aspects of our towns and cities, such as:

  • socio-economics, inequality, employment, and income
  • demographic and population-based metrics
  • housing and property
  • infrastructure and transport, and physical assets
  • green-space and built form
  • population health and health services
  • learning and education
  • crime and justice
  • politics and voting
  • alcohol and gambling

 

Established in 2010 as part of the Education Investment Fund (EIF), AURIN now sits within the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy as collaborative network and

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AURIN for Study

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AURIN for Teaching

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