Last updated: 12 Oct, 2017

The VicHealth Indicators Survey is a Victorian population-level survey conducted every four years. Selected findings from the VicHealth Indicators Survey 2015 were published in 2016. This report provides a closer look at the health and wellbeing of surveyed respondents who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or ‘other’ sexualities.

Download: VicHealth Indicators Survey 2015 Supplementary report: Sexuality (PDF, 2 MB)

The VicHealth Indicators Survey 2015 is a Victorian community health and wellbeing survey. The survey collected information on a range of factors known to influence individual and community wellbeing including safety, mental wellbeing, physical activity, healthy eating and alcohol consumption.

This report provides a closer look at the health and wellbeing of surveyed respondents who identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or ‘other’ sexualities. The aim is to identify significant health and wellbeing issues experienced by these groups and to provide a foundation for actions to improve outcomes.