The Regional Wellbeing Survey, conducted annually by the University of Canberra, is one of the most comprehensive surveys of wellbeing of residents living in Australia’s rural and regional areas.
The results of the survey enable the provision of insights that support the development of strategies to build wellbeing, resilience and adaptive capacity in rural and regional Australia.
Participation in the survey makes a difference to gathering good quality data used by regional communities to inform planning and decision making.
The survey is voluntary, confidential, anonymous and open to anyone over 18 years, with 16 prizes available worth $7,000.
The Survey closes 21 December 2017.
For more information visit the University of Canberra Website or access the survey directly at https://www.regionalwellbeing.org.au/