The Road Home

Lack of Affordable Housing

The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, and governments at all levels, accept the definition of homelessness as an inability to obtain safe, secure, or accessible housing. Lack of affordable housing is a significant cause of homelessness. Homelessness signifies the unequal distribution of resources and opportunities, and a growing gap between rich and poor in our society. It is a critical health and wellbeing issue, resulting in social isolation and exclusion from opportunities and participation in community life. The result can be that families and individuals resort to violence or even suicide, because of the extreme stress associated with being unable to locate suitable accommodation.


Please Register any events you have via our Registration Page

Donate can of Food Collection Week

(31st July to 4th August)

ALL Schools, Kinders, Colleges and Community groups are welcome. 


You will be surprised, excited, appalled, shocked and itching to do something to support these incredibly resourceful people.


Aleisha's Story

Katie's Story

Cycle of Homelessness

Where did you sleep last night

Life of Homeless in the most Liveable City

Street Life 2015

Poverty in Australia

No Place Like Home 1988