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Australia

  • Joe Flood
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Abstract

Australia began in 1901 as a federation of six former penal and agricultural British colonies. Today following a number of waves of post-war immigration it has about 20 million inhabitants of diverse ethnic backgrounds. It is one of the most urbanised countries in the world: the five larger State capitals are primate cities with at least 60 percent of the State population in their boundaries. Much of the huge interior is unsuited for settlement and is very sparsely populated. Special housing responses have been necessary for people living in these remote areas, especially the indigenous inhabitants, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people. The housing and re-housing of servicemen following two world wars has also played a significant role in housing policy.

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Public Housing Social Housing Housing Stock Asset Management Housing Association 
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