Where do students live in Brisbane?

Students of Brisbane’s universities generally live not far from inner suburbs, where most teaching facilities are located. The biggest concentration of students is in and around the suburb of St Lucia, which contains the main campus of the University of Queensland.

How do I find student accom?

If you’re still looking for housemates, here are a few potential ideas to help your search:

  1. friends from halls.
  2. friends from clubs and societies.
  3. friends from your course.
  4. university’s social media channels.

How much does it cost to live in Brisbane as a student?

The average cost of living on campus at a university in the Brisbane area ranges between $485 – $645 per week. Campus accommodation is an expensive option, but will come with perks and added convenience.

How do I get accommodation in Brisbane?

Here’s how you can find accommodation for your stay in Brisbane.

  1. The Queensland Student Hub.
  2. Live UQ.
  3. QUT Accommodation Service.
  4. Accommodation at Griffith.
  5. Domain.
  6. Brisbane Gumtree.
  7. Flatmates.com.au.
  8. Realestate.com.au.

Why Brisbane is the best city to study?

Centrally located, Brisbane is the best-positioned city to explore Australia’s big attractions, including the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest, coastal beaches and Queensland’s famous theme parks. Brisbane is also just a short flight from some of Australia’s best known cities, such as Sydney and Melbourne.

Does qut have dorms?

We have QUT Kelvin Grove accommodation located in the heart of the Urban Village precinct – right next to campus. We also have several student apartments under 5km away from Kelvin Grove (and just a short public transport ride) if you want to live in a different area of Brisbane.

Can you stay in halls for second year?

While some students will choose to remain in halls in their second year, most will go out on their own and choose a place to live with their new uni friends.

What are the bad things about living in Brisbane?

5 Annoying Things About Brisbane

  • Tolls, Tolls, Tolls.
  • The Perpetually Brown Brisbane River.
  • Late Night Dining a No-Go, CBD shuts down after hours.
  • A Lovely Bay but No Proper Beaches.
  • The not-so-affordable public transport.

Can you live in student accommodation at 16?

Most student residences have an age restriction of 18 years old and above. However, in some cases we are able to find placements for students who are 16 or 17 years old. We will also require a letter from your parents stating they are happy for you to live alone in an adult student residence.

How do I advertise my student accommodation?

5 ways to market your student accommodation

  1. Start on property portals.
  2. Focus on photography.
  3. Use social media.
  4. Tie promotions into Results Day.
  5. Offer an all-in-one package.

Where can I get student housing in Brisbane?

University Living offers accommodations for students who go on a semester exchange programme. They provide student housing on a short term basis in 30+ cities across the world. Can I pay my student housing rent in instalments in Brisbane? Yes.

Where to find the best flatmates in Brisbane?

So whether you’re looking for a room for rent on the shores of Moreton Bay or flatmates to share your trendy pad in Teneriffe, you can use Roomgo’s flatmate finder service to help find your ideal new Brisbane home and the perfect new flatmates in Brisbane to match! Happy flatmates stay longer! At Roomgo we care about matching quality.

Where to find a share house in Brisbane?

I run my own part-time pet sitting business alongside studying full time at QUT Kelvin Grove. I have 3 pet rats but they are super quiet and clean. I’m looking for a share house on the north side of Brisbane. I’m always up for a chat so please reach out if you have somewhere that you think I’ll be a good fit!

Where can I rent a room in Brisbane?

Share accommodation in Brisbane. With around 100,000 people moving into the city every year there are lots of people looking to rent a room with flatmates and to share accommodation in Brisbane. As the capital of Queensland, the sunshine state, Brisbane enjoys a subtropical climate.