Statewide

planning dataCommunity Indicators Victoria 
Community Indicators Victoria presents data and reports on the wellbeing of Victorians using an integrated set of community wellbeing indicators. These indicators include a broad range of measures designed to identify and communicate economic, social, environmental, democratic and cultural trends and outcomes.

State of Victoria's Children Report - Department of Education and Training
Prepared by the Victorian Government, the Annual State of Victoria’s Children reports provide a comprehensive picture of the health, wellbeing, learning, safety and development of Victoria’s children and young people.

Victorian Population Health Survey - Department of Health and Human Services
The Victorian Population Health Survey program collects quality information at the State, regional and local government area levels about the health, lifestyle and wellbeing of adult Victorians aged 18 years and over. The survey follows an established method to collect relevant, timely and valid health information which is applied to policy development and strategic planning. Reports, fact sheets and brochures are available from the website.

 

Southern Metropolitan Region

2012 Statistical Health Profile of Southern Metropolitan Region - Department of Health and Human Services
The profiles present a broad range of data that can be used to inform system planning by staff within Department of Health, or in partner agencies across Victoria.

Early Childhood Community Profiles - Department of Education and Training
A series of Early Childhood Community Profiles draw on data outcomes for children compiled through the Victorian Child and Adolescent Monitoring System (VCAMS). The profiles provide regional level information on the health, learning, development, safety and wellbeing of children aged 0 to 8 years. Early Childhood Community Profile Summary Sheets are also available and contain a summary of the indicator data in the community profiles.

Southern Metropolitan 2014 Town and Community Profiles - Department of Health and Human Services
The Town and Community Profiles bring together information about Victorian communities from a variety of sources, both internal and external to the Department of Health and Human Services. The Profiles include information on population, geography, services, facilities, expenditure, and social, cultural and health characteristics of each suburb, town and catchment in the Southern Metropolitan Region. This is a companion volume to the Local Government Area (LGA) Profiles which contain greater detail at the community level.

Local Government Area

2013 Local government area profiles - Department of Health and Human Services
Indivdual local government profiles are availble outlining information for each area regarding indicators such as diversity, socio-economic factors, health and wellbeing, and service system.

Early Childhood Community Profiles - Department of Education and Training
A series of Early Childhood Community Profiles draw on data outcomes for children compiled through the Victorian Child and Adolescent Monitoring System (VCAMS). The profiles provide local level information on the health, learning, development, safety and wellbeing of children aged 0 to 8 years. Early Childhood Community Profile Summary Sheets are also available and contain a summary of the indicator data in the community profiles.

Statistical Data for Victorian Communities
A collaboration between the City of Greater Dandenong and the Victorian Local Government Association (VLGA) has resulted in an enormous range of data being made available on this page. All files are in Excel format unless otherwise stated. To access information for your local government area (LGA) of interest simply use the dropdown box within the spreadsheet to change LGA and all data will update for your requested LGA.

profile.id and atlas.id
.id has delivered suburb-based community profiles and social atlases to councils across Australia and New Zealand. These are delivered in public websites, branded profile.id, for anyone to access. Clicking on the logo of your preferred local government will lead to demographic analysis based on results from the Census. Results include population, age structure, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, income, qualifications, occupations, employment, unemployment, disability, disadvantage, volunteering, childcare, family structure, household structure, housing tenure, mortgage and rental payments, and the size and type of the dwellings people live in.

 

Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans

BaysideWellbeing for All Ages and Abilities

Glen Eira - Glen Eira Municipal Public Health Plan 2013 - 2017

Kingston - Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013 - 2017

Port Phillip - Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013 - 2017 

Stonnington - Municipal Health and Wellbeing Plan 2013 - 2017 

 

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