Sydney CBD

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Average Room Prices - Sydney
Private RoomA$421/week
Entire PlaceA$551/week
Shared RoomA$434/week

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Sydney CBD

Enjoy sweeping views across Sydney’s iconic harbour every day when you choose the Central Business District for your home

Live in Sydney’s CBD and immerse yourself in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Shop on busy, pedestrianised streets lined with historic arcades and department stores. Join suited office workers grabbing their lunch in bustling food courts. Pick up a frothy coffee as you wander through the hubbub of the financial district on your way to the waterfront.

After class, take a break from your books and check out one of the spectacular green spaces on your doorstep. Stroll under the fig tree canopy in Hyde Park, and linger until dusk when pretty fairy lights illuminate the branches. Wander along the sprawling paths in The Domain and look across the water to admire the views of Sydney’s gleaming skyscrapers.

You’ll find the Art Gallery of New South Wales nearby, where you can pass between ornate Greek-inspired columns and discover a treasure trove of indigenous and contemporary art. Then, explore the cobblestone alleyways and sandstone buildings of The Rocks district, which are among the oldest in Sydney. Or dip into the stunning Art Deco-style Museum of Contemporary Art sitting on Circular Quay.

You can spend your evenings watching plays, listening to music or eating out – with so many bars, cafés and restaurants making the most of the stunning waterside location, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Sit outside and watch boats docking in the harbour as you eat your lunch, or enjoy dinner on top of one of Sydney’s skyscrapers and take in the views across to Harbour Bridge and the iconic white domes of the Opera House.

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