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Despite the growing recognition that wellbeing is as important as economic factors when measuring societal progress, there is only limited data on wellbeing, particularly in rural and regional areas.   The Regional Wellbeing Survey was launched in 2013 and is conducted annually. The initial report from the 2015 data looks at liveability and resilience.  Future releases will look at the wellbeing of farmers, natural resource management as well as water reform.