released: 9 Jul 2009 author: Chamberlain C & MacKenzie D media release
Across Australia, 19% of the homeless were in SAAP accommodation on census night in 2006, but in Western Australia the figure was 11%. There were significantly more people staying temporarily with other households in Western Australia (59% compared with 45% nationally). There are eight state and territory reports on the homeless based on information collected from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2006 Census. The reports include statistics on accommodation types, age, sex, Indigenous identification and geographical distribution.
ISBN 978 1 74024 919 5; Cat. no. HOU 209; 84pp.; Internet only
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material (239KB PDF)
- Title and verso pages
- Executive summary
- Body section
- End matter (135KB PDF)
- Appendix 1: Number of homeless people in Western Australia by statistical division and subdivision, 2006
- Appendix 2: Estimated number of Indigenous and non-Indigenous homeless people by statistical division and selected subdivisions, 2006*
- Appendix 3: Percentage of homeless people by statistical division and subdivision, 2006
- Appendix 4: Percentage of homeless people and marginal residents of caravan parks by statistical division and subdivision, 2006
Chamberlain C & MacKenzie D 2009. Counting the homeless 2006: Western Australia. Cat. no. HOU 209. Canberra: AIHW. Viewed 28 September 2016 <http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=6442468266>.