Narooma is a haven for holidaymakers and sea-changers, but many young people are finding it impossible to rent in their own home town.
The number of older women experiencing homelessness has surged in recent years, with divorce, pay disparity and a lack of superannuation culminating in a "perfect storm" of gender disadvantage.
A social welfare advocate says without the Federal Government's support, poorer Tasmanians without housing will be "left behind", dismissing the State Government's latest efforts for short-term accommodation solutions.
Residents struggle to find low-cost housing in Griffith in western NSW despite plenty of jobs in the region.
In many ways, Rob's is a "normal house" with a sink, kitchen and a fireplace — but he says it only cost him $1,000 to build, and it's made of recycled materials.
Home ownership is likely to fall further in coming years an renting will become more widespread among retirees. This is bad news, write Brendan Coates and Tony Chen.
Margaret River is world famous for its wine and surf, but the town is grappling with the aftermath of trauma, homelessness and perceived social division, according to a new report.
After being homeless four times, Naydeene Edwards now owns her own home. But she says it's not easy for Aboriginal people to achieve the Australian dream.
Stainforth Court was a troubled public housing estate in Hobart; a "weeping social sore" synonymous with violence and crime. But for the people who lived there, it was home — and they have mixed feelings about its redevelopment.
It's been 12 months since Tasmania's Government convened an emergency housing summit, but despite some improvements, more than 3,200 people remain on the waiting list for public housing and advocates say the crisis remains acute.