Continue your education in Perth, one of Australia’s most liveable cities. Perth is situated on the southwest coast of the country and is the capital city of Western Australia. Characterised by beautiful beaches and green spaces, it combines vibrant city life with a relaxed coastal lifestyle.
There are many reasons Perth is such a popular study destination among domestic and international students. It has incredible scenery to explore, almost permanently blue skies, and several respected universities such as UWA, Edith Cowan, Murdoch and of course Curtin University.
Students looking for rental apartments in Perth as opposed to homestay, can choose from several conveniently located UniLodge properties. Situated on campus at Curtin University, our international student accommodation in Perth offers a sense of community in addition to comfortable and modern amenities.
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Close to everything Perth has to offer, Curtin University’s main campus is located just south of the central business district in the suburb of Bentley. Many of the thousands of students who attend the university live in the surrounding neighbourhood, creating a vibrant and multicultural community.
Curtin also has 3 smaller off-site campuses throughout Perth as well as international campuses. The main Perth campus has its own bus station so students can easily travel around the city. A free shuttle bus servicing the Bentley area is also provided during semesters.
As it’s so close to the city, the Bentley area is within easy reach of some of Perth’s best attractions. When you’re not in class or studying, you can get to know Perth by exploring its fantastic beaches, parks, cafés, and shopping precincts.
UniLodge’s rental accommodation in Perth includes 6 on-campus properties:
Each property is designed to provide students with the ideal environment for studying and making friends, so you can enjoy a meaningful social life while getting a great education.
Perth’s geographic isolation hasn’t stopped it from growing into a prosperous city filled with educational and professional opportunities. Overlooking the Swan River, which flows from the foothills of the Darling Range all the way to Freemantle, it offers excellent living standards and exciting things to see and do.
On average, Perth enjoys 265 days of sunshine a year. Whether you want to visit Rottnest Island or make the most of the climate at famous Cottesloe Beach, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. Perth is also home to Kings Park, one of the largest inner-city parks in the world. Overlooking the city, it’s a great spot for hiking and picnicking.
Be sure to book your student accommodation in Perth early to avoid missing out on your preferred location.
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