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Find your solution with Amélie Housing

Amélie provides appropriate, secure and affordable rental housing and works to create socially inclusive neighbourhoods. Amélie serves the homeless, the disadvantaged and those reliant on low and moderate incomes. Amélie does not offer Rent-to-Buy (RTB) schemes.

Our Services

Amélie Housing is a national community housing provider and designated Special Work of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

Amélie holds Tier 1 registration with the National Regulatory System for Community Housing (NRSCH). Working closely with The Society and other suitable partners, we develop, build and deliver community housing services. Amélie’s raison d’être is to build ‘hope through housing’ and we exist as a consequence of

  • declining affordability of housing in Australia and increasing poverty and homelessness
  • the critical shortage of social housing nationally
  • the Society and our partners prioritising investment into development of social and affordable housing
  • a need for housing combined with wrap around services that support households with high and complex need

Amélie’s development expertise, property and case management capabilities offer our tenants a hand up to stability and enhanced quality of life. To partner with us, enquire now [email protected]

Read more about our organisation here.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, as the Traditional Custodians of this land, with deep respect. May Elders, past and present, be blessed and honoured. May we join together and build a future based on compassion, justice, hope, faith, and reconciliation

Image courtesy: Daren Dunn

News Articles

Out now: Amélie News (winter edition)
11 Jul 2022

The winter edition of Amélie News is out now! In this edition: A message from CEO Brian Murnane and National Operations Director, Mark Thompson Operational updates from our State Managers in NSW/ACT & SA Read More

NAIDOC Week 2022
NAIDOC Week 2022
4 Jul 2022

This week is NAIDOC Week – a time for us to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This year’s theme is ‘Get Up! Stand Up! Show Read More

National Sorry Day
National Sorry Day 2022
26 May 2022

Today, on National Sorry Day, we acknowledge the enduring grief, trauma and loss suffered by First Nations people, as a result of the forced removal of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from their Read More

Events

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Testimonials

"I can't complain. It's Independent living and we're well looked after." Marie Patterson - Village Court Tenant

" Thank you to the staff of Amélie housing for all you have done for my partner and I" Unknown People

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