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Indigenous Statistics for Schools

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At the time of the 2006 Census there were 166,668 Indigenous households in Australia compared with 6.98 million other households.

Indigenous households are defined as those containing at least one Indigenous person, excluding visitors, who identify as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin. Households that fall outside this definition are referred to as 'other households'.

Themes covered in this topic include:

Household Characteristics Household Size and Overcrowding

Housing Tenure Homelessness

Internet Access Data Constraints

Commonwealth of Australia 2008

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