Liveable Housing Design Guidelines

A livable home is designed and built to meet the changing needs of occupants across their lifetime.

Livable homes include key easy living features that make them easier and safer to use for all occupants including:

  • People with disability
  • Ageing Australians
  • People with temporary injuries
  • Families with young children.

A livable home is designed to:

  • Be easy to enter
  • Be easy to navigate in and around
  • Be capable of easy and cost-effective adaptation, and
  • Be responsive to the changing needs of home occupants.

Access the guide on the Liveable Housing Australia website.