Australian Bureau of Statistics
2901.0 - Census Dictionary, 2011
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Dwelling Location (DLOD)
Dwelling Location (DLOD) applies to private dwellings, and describes the location of dwellings other than 'typical' private dwellings. It is used to identify whether dwellings of a specific structure, such as caravans, are located in communal locations, such as in a caravan park.
The majority of private dwellings will appear in the 'Other' category.
In 2006 the description for category 1 changed from 'Caravan park' to 'Caravan/residential park or camping ground'. And the description for category 4 changed from 'Accommodation for the retired or aged (self-care)' to 'Retirement village (self-contained)'. This has not changed for 2011.
The term 'residential park' refers to caravan parks with predominantly long-term residents.
See also Dwelling Structure (STRD), Dwelling Type (DWTD).
This page last updated 20 May 2011
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