Queensland’s current housing crisis is now affecting a population larger than 96% of the state’s towns. Today, tens of thousands of people don’t have a secure place to live but together we can help the people of Nowhere get on the road to somewhere.
We are in a housing crisis
50,301 people are on Queensland’s social housing register, vacancy rates across the state are at historic lows and low-income households are spending more than 50% of their income on housing costs.
Everyone should have a safe place to call home, but our current reality means entire families are living out of tents, in their cars, couch surfing, or sleeping rough.
The Town of Nowhere campaign brings together a coalition of community organisations and everyday Queenslanders dedicated to ending our state’s housing crisis.
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