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Wellbeing, resilience and liveability in rural and regional Australia: the 2015 Regional Wellbeing Survey

  • Year: 2016
  • Author: Jacki Schirmer, Brigitta Yabsley, Melinda Mylek and Dominic Peel
  • Publisher: University of Canberra
  • Country: Australia

This report examines the results of the 2015 Regional Wellbeing Survey, focusing on wellbeing, liveability, and resilience.

The Regional Wellbeing Survey was launched in 2013 to examine the wellbeing of people living in rural and regional areas of Australia. The survey is conducted annually, and measures the subjective wellbeing of people and communities living outside Australia's major cities. It also examines resilience of rural and regional residents and the liveability of their communities, and looks at how rural and regional Australians are experiencing a wide range of changes occurring in their communities.

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