SEIFA 2001 is a powerful analytical tool that enables you to investigate the socio-economic wellbeing of Australian communities and identify areas of advantage and disadvantage. Based on data from the 2001 Census, SEIFA 2001 consists of four separate indexes that each concentrate on a different aspect of the social and economic conditions in an area.
SEIFA has a number of applications, including research into the relationship between socio-economic status and various health and educational outcomes, determining areas that require funding and services, and identifying new business opportunities.
More information on SEIFA 2001 can be found by browsing the links below, calling 1300 135 070 or emailing email@example.com.
This page first published 24 April 2006, last updated 27 March 2008