Inequality graphs: Latest

The Inequality graphs for the latest time period present the Social Health Atlas of Australia indicators, where available, by Quintiles of Socioeconomic Disadvantage of Area, for Australia, States/ Territories, and the Capital cities and Rest of State/ Territory areas. For background information and an overview on interpreting the graphs, refer to the Inequality graphs: Introduction.

As of the June 2023 release, the graphs for all Census-derived indicators have been based on the 2021 Index of Relative Socio-Economic Disadvantage.

The Contents list below presents the topics and indicators, including the dates when each indicator was released, in the general order used by PHIDU in their products by the themes of Demographic and social indicators; Health status, disability and deaths; and Use and provision of health and welfare services.

To view the Inequality graph for an indicator, select a topic from the contents list below - or by selecting a topic or indicator of interest from the autocomplete Search filter - and select to view the graph (at the top of each section) for either Australia or your State/ Territory of interest. Within your selected jurisdiction of interest, select to change the area (Capital city, Rest of State/ Territory or State) in the graph software interface. Select another indicator either by re-browsing from the contents list below; or by scrolling to a new 'Topic', and then 'Indicator', within the graph interface.

Please note: The 'Snapshot Builder' within the graphs is not currently working - use the 'Print Graph' function or take a screenshot.

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Demographic and social indicators

Health status, disability and deaths

Use and provision of health and welfare services