Melbourne City Centre

Student Accommodation in Melbourne City Centre, Melbourne

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Average Room Prices - Melbourne
Private RoomA$389/week
Entire PlaceA$571/week
Shared RoomA$314/week
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Leave Urban Central and walk by the Yarra River, soaking up Melbourne’s arts and culture with trips to the theatre or live music at Southbank

FromA$196/week
    • Bills included
    • WiFi in Room (Limited Allowance Only)
    • WiFi in Communal Areas (Limited Allowance Only)
    • Heating
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Gas
    • Meals
    • Cleaning Service
    • Valet Trash Pick Up
  • A$693Private Room
  • A$196Shared Room
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Live at Discovery Melbourne, right beside the city’s incredible markets and a hop, skip, and a jump from buzzing cafés, bars and restaurants

FromA$197/week
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    • WiFi in Room (Free)
    • WiFi in Communal Areas (Free)
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Gas
    • Contents Insurance
    • Bed Linen & Towels
    • Cleaning Service
  • A$197Shared Room
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Live a few steps from Queen Victoria Market at Nomads Melbourne, close to galleries, museums and city centre’s busy shops, cafés and bars

FromA$245/week
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    • WiFi in Room (Limited Allowance Only)
    • WiFi in Communal Areas (Limited Allowance Only)
    • Heating
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Gas
    • Bed Linen & Towels
    • Cleaning Service
    • Valet Trash Pick Up
  • A$980Private Room
  • A$245Shared Room
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Make the most of student life when you choose UniLodge @ Melbourne and live close to campus with shops and entertainment venues on your doorstep

FromA$273/week
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    • WiFi in Room (Free)
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    • Broadband in Room (Free)
  • A$273Private Room
  • A$377Shared Room
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Live in the thick of it all in West Melbourne at 360 King Street. Walk into the city to go shopping, visit art galleries, museums or live music

FromA$280/week
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    • Gas
  • A$280Private Room
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Live close to class at University Square, surrounded by Melbourne’s cafés and markets, just a short hop from University of Melbourne and RMIT.

FromA$289/week
    • Bills included
    • WiFi in Room (Limited Allowance Only)
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Contents Insurance
    • Cable or Satellite TV Subscription
  • A$289Private Room
  • A$349Shared Room
  • A$489Entire Place
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Live just a few blocks from Melbourne’s central business district at RMIT Village, within reach of arts venues and landmark open-air markets

FromA$300/week
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  • A$330Private Room
  • A$300Entire Place
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Enjoy Melbourne’s incredible arts scene when you live at 1 Drummond Street, minutes from university with galleries and museums at your fingertips

FromA$300/week
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    • Gas
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  • A$300Private Room
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Soak up central Melbourne’s cool vibe, close to bohemian hangouts and cultural hotspots but with your studies close by

FromA$305/week
    • Bills included
    • WiFi in Room (Free)
    • WiFi in Communal Areas (Free)
    • Heating
    • Electricity
    • Water
    • Gas
    • Contents Insurance
    • Valet Trash Pick Up
  • A$305Shared Room
  • A$489Entire Place
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Experience city centre living and walk from your home at 3 Nicholson Place to Melbourne’s lanes and arcades filled with cafés, galleries and bars

FromA$305/week
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    • WiFi in Room (Free)
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    • Electricity
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    • Gas
  • A$305Private Room
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Melbourne City Centre

Jump into life in the city centre, and discover a wealth of creative spaces and cobbled streets full of striking street art

When you live in Melbourne’s city centre, you can start each day with a brisk walk through the Central Business District. Watch the trams rattle along the tree-fringed boulevards, which are lined with historic Victorian-era facades and immense glass skyscrapers. Carve a path through the hubbub using cobbled side streets like Hosier Lane, taking in the outstanding street art as you go. Stop for a drink in one of the trendy cafés – try Patricia Coffee Brewers for some of the best coffee in town.

Cup in hand, you’ll be ready for your classes at the University of Melbourne. Go to The Block Arcade afterwards and admire its mosaic-tiled floors and glass canopy as you window shop. Then, gather your friends together and head to bohemian Fitzroy, an area awash with art exhibitions and street performers. Browse the galleries at the Centre for Contemporary Photography, before heading to Añada Bar & Restaurant for tapas and sangria.

Regular visits to the city’s cafés and restaurants will inspire you to cook at home. See what’s on offer at Queen Victoria Market – the largest open-air market in Australia, full of fresh ingredients. Don’t forget to keep on top of upcoming local events, too. Check out what’s going on in Federation Square, and head to the plaza for live music, open-air films and sports events on the giant public screen. For a change of scene, cross the river to Southbank. Sit by the water, or rent a bike and take in the views of the city’s skyscrapers as you pedal along the riverbank.

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