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La Trobe University - Terraces, Bendigo
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La Trobe University - Terraces, Bendigo

The Terrace, Flora Hill, 3550, Australia
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About the Property

La Trobe Uni Terrace Bendigo Student Accommodation, 3550 is a nice and comfortable student accommodation in Bendigo that Single Room - Terrace. The property is located within a short stroll from Victory Christian College and La Trobe University Bendigo Campus.

The transportation to and from the La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation will also be easy and convenient as the public transport system is quick and easy. The Marrickville Station stop is the closest bus stop to the accommodation, which is within walking distance. A variety of apartments are offered at La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation to choose from, and they all come fully furnished with chic and modern interiors that are also extremely homely and comfortable. They have something for everyone, both private and shared spaces. The city has definitely become a hub for education and students, both national and international. The amazing sunny days, good weather, and stunning beaches definitely play a part in attracting the students. The city has so many activities and things to do that no day in the life of the students will be boring. There's a little bit of everything from so many water sports and activities to do. The Nightlife in La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation is also very lively and buzzing.


La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation is one that no other can beat in comfort and convenience. Located in a central area, this student accommodation is close to everything a student could need, especially the esteemed universities in Bendigo. La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation offers a number of different accommodations to choose from, and they all come fully furnished with comfortable, top-notch and comfortable interiors. There are a number of amenities that the student housing offers its residents. The rooms at La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation offer a single bed, which you can visit after a long day. Apart from that, the student accommodation comes with a desk, heating, blinds, study chair and pin board to ensure that your study experience is the best at your student accommodation.

Apart from room amenities, the La Trobe Terrace Bendigo student accommodation offers a variety of common amenities, such as study spaces for exam days, TV rooms, free BBQ/ picnic area, laundry facilities to keep your clothes clean, common areas for entertainment where you can meet new friends, so you don’t have to look out for doctors nearby, accessible room, internet services, paid car parking which you can enjoy! You don’t need to worry about electricity, gas, water and wifi as the bills already cover them. As for safety and security, fret not, as the accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk, 24-hour security and Security Cameras, and key card entry to the bedroom so that you can stay stress-free!

Location and What's Hot?

The property is based in a very nice area of Flora Hill, and many restaurants, cafes and bars surround it. Guzman y Gomez Mexican Restaurant is just around the corner to eat delicious food, or you can visit the Namaste Bendigo Indian Restaurant for authentic Indian dishes. Woolworths supermarket is a few steps away, so students don’t need to travel far for grocery shopping. Quarry Hill Cafe is a few blocks away to get a cup of coffee on the way to the university. Mister Bob Sports Bar is a short walk away to drink and watch live sports events with an energetic crowd.

There are many fun things to do and explore in Bendigo. You can learn pottery with your friends/roommates, and this could be a fun bonding experience. One amazing thing about staying at La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation, Bendigo is famous for its lifestyle and nightlife, which you can take full advantage of. Bendigo offers a lively nightlife scene with various entertainment and dining options at places like The Star Bar, The Basement Bar, The Rifle Brigade Hotel, and The Dispensary Enoteca. As you might want to explore more about this amazing place, you can go underground at the Central Deborah Gold Mine as a group activity and do something new! Living at La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation, there’s one thing for sure: you won’t have to worry about having a dull day! So, what are you waiting for? Book this property today!


Bendigo is a city with a good public transport system that connects all the main parts of the city, and the primary transportation ways are buses and trains. Travelling to and from the student accommodation in Bendigo won't be a problem. Living at La Trobe Bendigo student accommodation, you dont have to worry about student travel as Bendigo is well-linked to public transport in Bendigo. The accommodation is well connected to public transport, with multiple bus stops available in the area. Bendigo South East College/Curtin St bus stop is a short walk away, and Drechsler St/Curtin St bus stop is a few minutes away on foot, which makes travelling around the city easier.

What will you get

Your Rent Include


Common Amenities

Dining areas
Common Areas For Entertainment
Laundry facilities
BBQ/Picnic area
Paid Car Parking
Study Spaces

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property does not offer cooling-off period.
  • Early termination by students
    Termination of the tenancy contract before the end date is allowed.

Payment Policies (1)

  • Booking Deposit
    Secure booking with this amount

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have car parking facilities?

On campus permit parking is available through La Trobe University. You can purchase parking via Car Parking permits.

What do I need to buy before I can move in?

You will need to provide your bedding linen and any basic crockery, such as plates, utensils and cooking items. Living at La Trobe provides appliances such as toasters, kettles and microwaves.

Can I move out at any time?

When considering the premature termination of your Residential Agreement, the following payments are required prior to vacating, as outlined by the Rules of Residence:
  • A cancellation fee of 28 days rent
  • Loss of bond
  • All outstanding debts and fees.

Is wireless internet available?

Yes, we have unlimited WIFI at this property and wireless internet through the building.

I am vacating, can I use the Bond for my last month's rent?

No, you cannot as your bond and rent are separate payments. You are required to pay rent in the specified way up to and including the date of your departure.

How much is the Bond?

The Bond is AU$1000.00 deposit.

If I wanted to break my lease, what are the costs associated with this?

If you wish to terminate your lease early, you will be responsible for the paying the early termination fee equivalent to four weeks rent and have my bond forfeited.

What kind of contracts does Living at La Trobe offer?

22-week and 44-week contracts are available, commencing in February and July. If you are uncertain about your study dates, contact our team for further information.

When do I pay my rent?

Rent is charged per fortnight – you will receive a charge on the first business day of each fortnight. If you would prefer to pay for a whole semester, or a year in advance, please visit the Living at La Trobe office to discuss.

How close is the nearest supermarket?

The closest supermarket is the Kennington Village Woolworths, located at 150-180 Condon Street. This is a short walk or car trip, or you can catch the local bus lines 61 or 70.

Is there extra storage outside my apartment?

Beds are designed a little higher so you can put luggage under them, however there is no additional storage outside of your room.  If you have items you wish to store you will need to contact a local storage service provider.

What is a Bond?

A bond is a payment that acts as security against the resident meeting the terms of their rental agreement and Rules of Residence. The bond is accepted online during the offer acceptance process. This deposit is held until the end of the resident’s residential agreement.

Following final inspection, the bond is:
  • Refunded entirely to the tenant/resident, or
  • Claimed in part or in full by the landlord/owner.

What happens when I vacate?

You need to leave your apartment clean and tidy in the same condition as when you arrived, ensure all personal items have been removed and report any damage that may have been caused during your tenancy. This allows for a speedy bond resolution. As a final step, you will need to complete a Bond Refund Form on the Living at La Trobe Portal and nominate the bank account you would like your bond deposit refunded back into.

What does my rent include?

A fully furnished apartment, all utilities are included, access to unlimited internet and WIFI and use of our common room facilities.

How does my mail get to me?

Mail at our Bendigo campus can be collected from the Living at La Trobe office during office hours.  Your mail can be directed to you as follows: Name, College, Room Number 
Living at La Trobe, Sharon Street
PO Box 199, Flora Hill, VIC 3550
You will be sent an SMS notification whenever we receive your mail.

If I really want to move apartments/rooms after I move in - is that possible?

If you wish to move to another residence, submit a Room Transfer Request form, available from the Living at La Trobe Portal. (Note: these transfer requests are subject to availability and once approved require an $85.00 fee for cleaning and administration costs).

How do I connect the internet/phone?

There is no phone in the room. For Internet, you can connect to the local Eduroam network using your La Trobe University login. If you have difficulty accessing the WIFI, you can contact property.

What is a Condition Report?

Upon arrival we must prepare a ‘Condition Report’, which records the property’s general condition, including fittings and fixtures and present you with two copies when you complete your check-in process.  Review and, if necessary, add your comments to the ‘Condition Report’.  You must return the report to property within three business days of moving in and you should keep a copy of the ‘Condition Report’ until the end of the tenancy. The ‘Condition Report’ is a very important document, as it can be used as evidence if there is a dispute about who should pay for cleaning, damage, or replacement of missing items, particularly at the end of a tenancy. You may want to take photos of your apartment at the start of your tenancy to further show the condition. The owner may claim some or the entire bond for cleaning, damage, or replacement of missing items at the end of your tenancy. If the ‘Condition Report’ stated that the work was required at the start of the tenancy, or the items were not listed, it can help you prove the bond should be returned to you.

How do I receive my Bond back?

Once the resident has vacated and completed a Bond Refund Form, property will conduct a final inspection of the residence for any damage incurred or cleaning that may be required. Any of these charges will be deducted from the resident’s bond and the remaining amount refunded back to the nominated bank account.

Paying the Bond?

You are required to pay the bond deposit when accepting your letter of offer. Need more information? Contact our team!

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Student Accomodations in Bendigo

Bendigo Student Accommodation

For students in Bendigo, opting for student accommodation in Bendigo offers the freedom and flexibility that on-campus housing might not always provide. Embracing off-campus housing allows for a more personalised living experience, with choices that cater to different preferences and lifestyles. Amber understands the complexities of finding the perfect home away from home. By simplifying the search for Bendigo student accommodation, amber provides a seamless platform that connects you with a variety of housing options. The services ensure a hassle-free process, guiding you to suitable accommodations that align with your academic and personal needs. Students can choose from an array of room types, strategically located to ease the daily commute and enrich the overall study experience in Bendigo. Popular properties like La Trobe University - Units, Bendigo, La Trobe University - Villas, Bendigo, La Trobe University  - Terraces, Bendigo, and many more are some of the most sought-after options for student accommodation in Bendigo.

About Bendigo

Rich in history and vibrant with culture, Bendigo stands as a testament to Australia's gold rush era, presenting a fusion of heritage charm and contemporary innovation. Located in Victoria, Bendigo is a cornerstone of regional Australia, known for its grand Victorian architecture and a significant arts scene. It is an area that is not only steeped in history but also bustling with a dynamic student community, making Bendigo student accommodation a sought-after commodity. Bendigo's economy thrives on its tourism, thanks to its storied past and many attractions such as the Bendigo Art Gallery and the Central Deborah Gold Mine. With a high quality of life and close-knit community atmosphere, Bendigo student accommodation offers students a unique living experience, allowing them to immerse in local culture while pursuing academic aspirations. Within Bendigo, localities like Flora Hill and Kennington are popular among students for their proximity to educational institutions and lively atmosphere. These areas provide a comfortable and convenient living space close to cafes, shops, and parks. While Bendigo may not house a multitude of universities, it is home to the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University, which is a hub for academic excellence and innovation. Higher education institutions in Bendigo contribute significantly to the educational landscape, ensuring the academic and professional development of students who choose to make the city their home.

With the range of options for student accommodation in Bendigo, finding the ideal place to stay is simplified for scholars who desire a serene yet culturally enriching environment to excel in their studies.

Best Student Accommodation in Bendigo

Finding the right off-campus student accommodation in Bendigo is a quintessential part of the university experience, especially for those relocating to the vibrant city of Bendigo, Australia. Choosing to live off-campus presents numerous benefits such as fostering independence, offering a broader range of affordability options, and allowing students to immerse themselves in the local community outside the university bubble. Those studying in Bendigo have the opportunity to select from various types of accommodations ranging from private ensuite rooms for individuals who cherish their privacy, student halls that encourage a sense of camaraderie among residents, and studio apartments for a self-contained living experience. Some of the best options for Bendigo student accommodation include:

1. La Trobe University - Units, Bendigo

2. La Trobe University - Villas, Bendigo

3. La Trobe University - Terraces, Bendigo

4. La Trobe University - Hillside Apartments, Bendigo

Cost of Living in Bendigo

Understanding the cost of living in Bendigo is crucial for students who are managing their finances while pursuing their education. As a student, navigating through Bendigo's expenses can influence your accommodation choices and overall lifestyle in this charming Australian locality. On average, a student might anticipate a monthly cost of living ranging around AUD 1,500 to 2,000 in Bendigo. Here is an estimate:

1. Food & Groceries - AUD 400 - AUD 475

2. Transportation - AUD 100 - AUD 150

3. Utilities (Electricity, Heating, Cooling, Water, Garbage) - AUD 200 - AUD 235

4. Clothing - AUD 50 - AUD - 75

5. Sports & Leisure - AUD 150 - AUD 175

Student Travel Bendigo

When it comes to student travel near Bendigo, the city boasts an array of public transportation options that offer both affordability and accessibility. Those living in Bendigo student accommodation can easily navigate the city and the surrounding areas. Here's a breakdown of the transport links available to students, ensuring they can get to where they need to go with ease.

1. Buses

Bendigo's local bus network is a reliable choice for students looking to travel within the city. With frequent services, it's easy to get around the different suburbs and central areas. Travel times vary depending on the destination, but with buses running regularly throughout the day, you'll never have to wait long. Fares are economical, and with a student concession card, you can save even more on your travel expenses. Plan on spending about A$2.90 for a two-hour fare with a concession.

2. Trains

For those looking to venture further afield or into Melbourne, the V/Line train service is a convenient and quick option. Trains run several times a day and offer a comfortable commute. With the myki pass, which costs around A$3 for the card plus travel credit, you can manage your travel budget effectively. Student discounts apply, making it an attractive option for budget-conscious travellers.

3. Cycling

Bendigo is also a bike-friendly city with dedicated cycling paths, making it a great option for those favouring eco-friendly travel or seeking a bit of exercise. Many students opt for cycling, given its zero fare and health benefits. Make sure to use the bicycle storage facilities typically offered at student accommodation in Bendigo.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Bendigo

For students choosing the beautiful city of Bendigo as their academic base, they can look forward to a quality of life that is both enriching and secure. Known for its safety and suitability for those studying, Bendigo has established itself as a haven for learners from across the globe. The Bendigo student accommodation options ensure that students have a welcoming, convenient, and comfortable place to call home.

In Bendigo, students are spoilt for choice when it comes to hangout spots within close proximity to their accommodation. Bendigo accommodation in Bendigo is often just a stone's throw away from bustling cafes like The Good Loaf Sourdough Bakery and Cafe, where students can enjoy artisan bread and exceptional coffee as a study break. For an evening out, The Gold Mines Hotel offers a cozy atmosphere and a range of craft beers that make it a favourite among the student population. Recreational spaces such as Rosalind Park or Lake Weeroona offer serene environments perfect for unwinding or jogging between study sessions, all within a 5-mile radius of the thriving student community.

The city's rich cultural tapestry further enhances the student experience in Bendigo. Students can immerse themselves in art at the Bendigo Art Gallery or explore local history at the Golden Dragon Museum. Bendigo's calendar is dotted with events that showcase its vibrant atmosphere, from the renowned Bendigo Blues & Roots Music Festival to the Bendigo Easter Festival, presenting students with an opportunity to celebrate and indulge in diverse cultural experiences.

Bendigo Tourist Attractions

Discover the vibrant heart of the Victorian Goldfields in Bendigo, a city that seamlessly blends fascinating heritage with a lively cultural scene. With stunning architecture, lush gardens, and an array of museums, Bendigo beckons tourists to explore its rich history and contemporary attractions. Here are some of the most popular spots to visit:

1. Central Deborah Gold Mine

2. Bendigo Art Gallery

3. Sacred Heart Cathedral

4. Golden Dragon Museum

5. Rosalind Park

6. Bendigo Pottery

7. Discovery Science & Technology Centre

Universities in Bendigo

Bendigo, a vibrant city in Victoria, Australia, is heralded as an educational hub, known for its prestigious academic institutions that attract students from all corners of the world. Some of the most well-known universities located near Bendigo include:

1. La Trobe University, Bendigo Campus

2. Monash University

3. RMIT University

4. University of Melbourne

5. Federation University Australia

6. Deakin University

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