The AUO understanding of liveability is based on a long-term program of liveability research. It includes nine domains of liveability found to be associated with health and wellbeing outcomes. The full list of liveability indicators included in the AUO can be found here and details on methods used to create our liveability indicators can be found on our metadata page or each of the indicators.
Our liveability Index includes all the key ingredients of liveability.
Walkable areas have services to walk to, connected streets and population density.Read more
Public transport has multiple benefits for health and the environment.Read more
Healthy eating is supported by close access to supermarkets and grocers.Read more
Access to alcohol is linked to consumption and health.
Parks, places and greenspaces support health, biodiversity and cooling.Read more
Less cars, more active transport and better work-life balance.
Safe and stable shelter is essential for health and wellbeing.
Learn more about the people living in our cities and demographics by area.Read more