SA Housing Authority works with customers, the housing and homelessness sector and the broader community to provide better housing opportunities for all South Australians.

The Authority has a clear goal to reform the housing system by increasing the supply of suitable affordable housing; modernising and improving the social housing system; supporting a modern multi-provider system; and establishing an environment that promotes shared responsibility and ownership of the housing challenges we face.

Our Role

The Authority develops, implements and provides housing services for people who are at risk or in high need, and works with government and non-government organisations to improve the standard of - and access to - housing across the state.

Our role includes the management of grants for housing services to low income households; specialist homelessness and domestic violence services; the management of public housing; Aboriginal housing; community housing; financial support for private rental; and the regulation of housing standards.

We also provide housing strategy, policy development and advice to government.