We provide quality, affordable, safe and secure homes

Many of our tenants are ‘born and bred’ Territorians, who have experienced housing stress within the private rental market, despite working in jobs that are vital to the Territory’s economy. Our tenants are everyday people; mums, dads, tradies, nurses, teachers and shop assistants – all united in their need for a safe, affordable place to call home. We provide quality, affordable, safe and secure homes so that they have a solid foundation on which to build their lives.

Venture Housing has a range of housing options for eligible low to moderate income earners in the Northern Territory. We offer quality housing below market rent for medium to longer term needs.

We can help: 

  • Singles 
  • Couples 
  • Sole Parents 
  • Families 
  • Unrelated adults 
  • Seniors 
  • Adults with disabilities (high-level physical needs). 
Modern Tennant Creek home, blue skies

Affordable Housing
Open to low and moderate income earners who are finding it difficult to secure home in the private rental market. Affordable housing is subsidised by at least 25% to alleviate housing rental stress, and to provide security of tenure.

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Specialist Disability Accommodation with accessible pool

Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA)
SDA (Specialist Disability Accommodation) is offered under the NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) and provides purpose-built properties for people with disabilities who require support to live independently. These properties include modifications to suit wheelchairs and mobility aids as well as other conditions including vision impairment, hearing impairment and intellectual disabilities.

Modern unit complex, manicured lawn and steel sculpture

Social Housing
The social housing services system aims to provide low-income people who do not have alternative suitable housing options with access to social housing assistance that supports their social and economic participation and their wellbeing. Social Housing is rental housing that is funded or partly funded by government, and that is owned or managed by the government or a community housing provider – like Venture and let to eligible persons. Rent is usually set at around 25% of gross household income plus 100% of Commonwealth Rental Assistance.