At Stockland, we know it takes a lot more than bricks and mortar to create a thriving community.
Our annual Liveability Index Survey measures what matters to our residents, so we can design our communities around what’s important.
The Liveability Index Survey invites feedback on all aspects of the community - from quality of built and natural environments, to how its design supports mental and physical wellbeing.
Years of listening to feedback from our residents has helped us shape some of Australia’s most liveable communities, with 83% of Stockland residents telling us they love where they live.
A big thank you to Stockland and please continue to support our community. I had recently moved into the area plus started chemo after being diagnosed with breast cancer so wanted to meet people and exercise. A neighbour suggested the camp and I have been coming ever since. I am happier due to the fact that I have made friends and I am fitter. I am feeling part of a community and enjoying our lovely neighbourhood.
Our drive and passion comes out of our ability to create thriving communities for Australians. Use the map to find a community you could call home.
The Stockland Liveability Index is a single number ranging from zero to 100, that represents how satisfied residents are living in a Stockland community. The Liveability Index has been created from a comprehensive range of measures that drive liveability, grouped into five main categories:
By focusing on improving performance of these domains, overall resident liveability will improve.Watch the video - Stockland Liveability Index
The 2018 Liveability Index score of 78% represents a high level of satisfaction witth what matters most to residents.
Below is the Liveability Score for each state:
"Liveability is being able to connect with the community, feeling safe where I live and enjoying the open spaces with my family and friends."
"Liveability means to me the balance between work and home, and how to enjoy what you have.