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In 2019–20, just over 800,000 Australians lived in social housing in over 436,000 dwellings across the country. The majority (69%) of social housing dwellings were public housing stock and Community Housing (24%) with increasing numbers in community housing. Commonwealth Rent Assistance was provided to just over 1.7 million income units at the end of June 2020.
June 2020, just under one-third (29%) of income units were in rental stress after receiving Commonwealth Rent Assistance
There were around 436,300 social housing dwellings, a 7% increase since 2006, at 30 June 2020
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