• Print

The National Aged Care Data Clearinghouse is an independent and centralised repository of national aged care data. The Data Clearinghouse was developed to provide aged care data to a range of stakeholders including policy makers, researchers, service providers and consumers.

The Data Clearinghouse aims to encourage transparency and independence in aged care policy research and evaluation through the provision of data and information in a timely manner for research, evaluation and analysis, subject to data release protocols. It supports the development and improvement of evidence-based policy and planning in aged care which are essential for providing the best possible outcomes for the community.

The Data Clearinghouse project is a component of the Australian Government’s Living Longer. Living Better. package of aged care reform measures under the sub-measure: Supporting aged care research and evaluation.

What the Data Clearinghouse provides

The National Aged Care Data Clearinghouse can provide statistical information on clients and services within a range of national programs and services, including residential aged care, aged care packages provided in the community, the Transition Care Program, the National Respite for Carers Program and the Aged Care Assessment Program.

Accessing information from the Data Clearinghouse

Most AIHW aged care information is published in our Aged care publications.

More detailed data are available in our Aged care data cubes data cube 36x36 GIF

Customised data analysis

If you have a specific requirement for data or statistics not covered by any of our reports or online data, you can

Subscribe to updates on aged care data

Sign up to be notified by email when the AIHW releases new aged care data.

Contact the National Aged Care Data Clearinghouse

Via Contact AIHW

If you experience problems with the web form, please telephone the Data Clearinghouse on 02 6249 5168.

Aged care information and data from other sources