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The Headline Indicators for children's health, development and wellbeing (Children's Headline Indicators) are a set of 19 indicators endorsed by the Australian Health Ministers' Conference, Community and Disability Services Ministers' Conference and the Australian Education, Early Childhood Development and Youth Affairs Senior Officials Committee.

The indicators are designed to focus policy attention on identified priority areas for children aged 0–12, with a focus on different groups of children (for example, Indigenous children, children living in remote areas).

The project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Health.

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Dynamic data are available for the 15 Children's Headline Indicators that currently have suitable data.

Users can customise charts and tables according to year, state/territory and groups of children. Data can be exported by right clicking on any chart/table.

Data can be viewed by indicator or by group. Please make your selection below.

Data views will open in a new window.

Please note

The dynamic data display requires Adobe Flash Player 11.1 or later and has minimum browser requirements.

Data may take a couple of minutes to download.

Data are subject to minor revisions over time.