1380.0.55.010 - Perspectives on Regional Australia: Housing Arrangements - Home Ownership in Local Government Areas, 2011  
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NEW SOUTH WALES AND AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

  • In 2011, the LGA with the highest home ownership rate in New South Wales was Palerang with 83.6%.
  • LGAs with high home ownership rates were located around the ACT and in a cluster between Canberra and Sydney.
  • The LGA with the lowest home ownership rate in the state was Sydney with 37.3%, and there were several other LGAs with low rates clustered around the inner city of Sydney.
  • The established mining LGA of Broken Hill had a relatively high home ownership rate of 74.1%.


HOME OWNERSHIP RATES(a) BY LGA, New South Wales - 2011

Map:Home ownership rates by LGA, New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory, 2011

(a) The home ownership rate is the number of occupied private dwellings which were owned outright, owned with a mortgage or being purchased under a rent/buy scheme by a member of the household, expressed as a proportion of total occupied private dwellings. Excludes 'Visitor only' and 'Other non-classifiable' households.