Aussie blokes still aren't doing at much housework as women, census data shows.
The latest data released from the 2016 census found women are still doing more work around the house.
Over half of employed men did no or fewer than five hours per week of unpaid domestic work (60 per cent) compared with a third of employed women (36 per cent).
This includes women in full-time work, who were also twice as likely to do at least 15 hours of domestic work a week.
The data also revealed by the our average working week is now 34.6 hours, down from 35.1 hours in 2011.