Category Archives: AURIN

AURIN’s APM Point-Level Data, Enabling Your Research Impact

AURIN’s APM Point-Level Data is enabling important research in various metropolitan and rural municipalities across the nation, in economic impact, disaster impact, housing affordability, education, immigration and more.

Housing Vulnerability Under Pandemic Conditions

The Victorian Government recently announced a rental relief package to support tenants who are “experiencing rental hardship due to COVID-19” (Department of Health and Human Services, 2020). Eligible renters who are unable to afford rent, can access a one-off payment of up to $2000, with the aim of avoiding evictions during the current state of emergency. […]

Understanding the effects of COVID-19 on Australia’s employment

In his May 14 Sydney Morning Herald article, Shane Wright states “government policies to definitions of employment – cloud the true state of the jobs market”. Wright shows there are many complex considerations to grasping the full effects of the Australian Government’s Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) driven restrictions, such as the shutdown of services and […]

National Building Data from Geoscape for Australia’s Researchers

AURIN has secured access to high quality building data for Australia.

PSMA have released their Geoscape building data through the AURIN Portal.

The data will be available by application and priority will be given for academic projects with the greatest research impact potential.

Housing Data for Australia

In partnership with Australian Property Monitors we are working to widen access across the country and anticipate that by the end of October this year we will have secured access to point level housing data for all states and territories for Australia.  

Leaving no corner unaccounted for, researchers can apply for free access to high value housing data for the state or territory of their choice.

Housing Data Across Australia

In partnership with Australian Property Monitors we are working to widen access across the country and anticipate that by the end of October this year we will have secured access to point level housing data for all states and territories for Australia.  

Leaving no corner unaccounted for, researchers can apply for free access to high value housing data for the state or territory of their choice.

Exploring Housing & Homelessness, through AURIN

The AURIN Workbench is home to a comprehensive and diverse range of datasets in the homelessness, housing, and property space.

In addition to the thousands of other datasets from a range of data providers and domains which are crucial to understanding Australia’s housing challenges in context.

Explore the broad range of data we have available in this housing data round up.

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