Imagine living in the heart of the Brisbane City Centre in fully furnished, air-conditioned room less than 300 meters walk to campus. FedUni Brisbane’s preferred student accommodation, Student One, is just around the corner.
Student One, provides spaces to relax, study, engage, shop, connect and play alongside free unlimited high-speed internet. Student One’s reception is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It has multi-lingual staff (Chinese, Japanese, German, Portuguese and more) to make adjusting to your new city a bit easier.
Apart from enjoying stunning views of Brisbane’s vibrant city life from their fully- furnished rooms, residents at Student One will enjoy access to unlimited free Wi-Fi and internet, extensive communal spaces and study areas, fitness and games areas, free share bikes, ground floor cafes, dining and grocery outlets, and a 24-hour onsite customer focus team.
- Single studio
- King studio
- Executive studio
- Twin studio
- 5-bedroom apartment
Student One’s rate vary depending on the type of accommodation option you select. For more information on rates, please visit the Student One website
Rent is paid fortnightly in advance. Student One will provide residents with a rent schedule.
Homestay provides a cultural exchange between an international student and a local individual or family (host). The local host provides accommodation for an agreed period of time and rate.
Living in a supported environment, you are provided with a fully furnished room and have access to a bathroom and laundry facilities. Homestays can be tailored to provide meals, assistance and other activities. This can be a great way for international students to experience the local Australian culture.
Visit the Brisbane Homestay website
Student hostels usually offer single bedroom accommodation. Hostel rates vary between $140–260 per week depending on whether meals are provided.
Services and facilities also vary between hostels and generally include:
- fully-furnished bedrooms
- access to shared bathroom (usually between a group of students)
- laundry, lounge and recreational activities
- computer facilities
- gas, electricity and water
Renting a property in the private housing market gives you the opportunity to live independently and to be self–reliant.
For some students this choice provides an excellent option for privacy, autonomy and lifestyle independence. This option however can be expensive as you are responsible for organising the tenancy, paying for the connection to utilities, paying the full rent and managing ongoing bills. You are also responsible for all the daily chores associated with living in a house.
Brisbane Accommodation Guide
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