At weekends, get your culture fix at Melbourne Museum, which is an 11-minute walk from your student accommodation. If you’re interested in art, cross the river to visit National Gallery of Victoria and Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, then take a relaxing stroll through Royal Botanic Gardens. End your day at Ludlow Bar & Dining Room where you can sip drinks on the riverside terrace and tuck into daily specials of steak, burgers and pies.
Your student housing in Melbourne is within the RMIT campus precinct, so you can walk to lectures in eight minutes. If you’re studying at University of Melbourne it’s a 20-minute stroll to class. When you want to travel around the city, you can catch a tram 100m from your door.
There’s a range of studio apartments available at Student Living on Campus, some of which have Juliet balconies. You’ll have plenty of space to focus on your studies as there’s a desk and chair in your room, as well as high-speed internet access. Your private bathroom and kitchen guarantees total privacy, and there’s also a sofa and LCD TV so you can watch your favourite shows in comfort.
When you want some company, head to the common lounge or the L7 observation desk, where you can study or relax with friends. There’s smart card access for your security, and there are always staff on hand to help.