The National Housing Conference has been drawing together housing professionals, academics and those with an interest in housing since 1999. This section of the website allows you to access presentations and papers from previous National Housing Conferences.
The seventh National Housing Conference attracted over 750 delegates.
The sixth National Housing Conference attracted over 1300 delegates to discuss issues around the topic of Housing in a new era: building the connections.
The fifth National Housing Conference attracted over 900 delegates including social housing tenants, practitioners, policy makers, housing advocates, planners, architects, developers, real estate managers and key housing researchers. The aim was to facilitate discuss's on Australia's key housing issues with the support of the latest research evidence and housing experts. Presentations from the conference can now be downloaded.
The fourth National Housing Conference was attended by social housing practitioners, policy makers, housing advocates, planners, architects, developers, real estate managers and housing researchers who came together for lively debate on a broad range of issues facing Australia's housing system.
The third National Housing Conference focussed on options for addressing future housing needs.
The second National Housing Conference provided an opportunity for the 800 delegates to discuss important housing issues.
The first National Housing Conference aimed to promote national debate and discussion on the future role of social housing and its capacity to respond to market failure, social exclusion and marginalisation of communities. It also aided the dissemination of Australian and International research findings.