Got questions about living at Student Living Bent St? Find out everything you need to know about our student accommodation by checking out our most frequently asked questions. Whether you’re unsure about moving logistics, living costs, leases, or another aspect about of living in UniLodge student apartments, these questions include all the essential information you’ll need before moving in. If you have a question that you don't see answered, check in our blog or feel free to contact us directly.
No. There are no application fees.
Yes. To secure an apartment, the tenant must pay two week’s advanced rent plus the cost of a mattress protector and a security deposit/bond of 6 weeks rent.
Yes there is a cancellation fee equivalent to 2 weeks rent.
Yes - The cost to clean a room depends on the room and you will be invoiced individually for this clean.
Per the lease agreement, the tenant will be charged a reletting fee which equates to 2 weeks rent + GST by the remaining weeks to the end of the agreed term divided by 75% of the total agreed weeks, plus the departure clean and any remaining sundry charges and is required to pay rent until a replacement tenant has signed the lease.
Electricity is separately metered so tenants are responsible for payment of their own electricity connection & consumption.
No - tenants need to organise their own internet plans.
Yes, these are charged at $29.95 per bed.
Yes - this is not included in your rent.
You are welcome to check-in Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.00pm.
We recommend that you prearrange a hotel or alternative accommodation until you are able to check-in during check-in hours.
Unfortunately, we do not offer check-ins outside of specified check-in times.
Yes, PCR rules from SA Health advise that you must complete a PCR test within 24hr of arrival. In addition for the wellbeing of all of our residents, if you have booked in for shared accommodation you must show evidence of a negative PCR test result.
The Resident Handbook is designed to help you to get to know the building and familiarise yourself with your rights and responsibilities as a resident. We hope that this Handbook will prove useful to you in answering any questions you have, and in assisting you with the most common concerns that you may have.