The AEDI results are available for communities and provide a snapshot of the development of their children across five key areas of early childhood development . The results can be used to support policy, planning and action for health, education and community support.
To access results, select the relevant state on the map below and follow through to your community of interest.
In the 2012 AEDI national data collection, 289,973 Australian children were surveyed, representing 96.5% of children enrolled to start formal full-time school*.
Click on a state or territory to begin search for AEDI community results.
*Sourced from Department of Education Employment Workplace Relations School Census 2012.
The Australian Government and State Territory Governments are working in partnership with The Royal Children's Hospital Centre for Community Child Health in Melbourne, the Murdoch Children's Research Institute, and the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research, Perth, to deliver the AEDI. The Social Research Centre, Melbourne, is managing the AEDI data.