Welcome participants!


The next round of Growing Up in Australia: The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children has started, and we would like to invite you to participate and share your experiences once again.

If you are aged between 19 – 24 years you can access your secure online survey from Friday 27th January 2023. You will need your unique login code and unique URL that may have been emailed, or sent to you in the mail. If you cannot locate these, please call the Growing Up in Australia team on 1800 005 508 (9am - 5pm AEST) for assistance.

An interviewer will be in contact soon to arrange a time for your home visit.

If you are a parent or guardian participant, please call the Growing Up in Australia team on 1800 005 508 to arrange your telephone interview.

Growing Up in Australia is conducted in partnership between the Department of Social Services (DSS) and the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS), with advice provided by a consortium of leading researchers. Roy Morgan, a research company, is responsible for the data collection for the study.

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