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Murdoch University Village, Perth
2 Bedroom Apartment North Double - Bedroom
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Murdoch University Village, Perth

South St, Murdoch, 6150, Australia
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game room
BBQ Deck
Dedicated Study Spaces
dual occupancy

About the Property

Murdoch University Village in Perth, is a well-liked student accommodation offering a range of apartment options to cater to your needs. It is one of the top choices for students attending The Murdoch University, the University of Notre Dame Australia, and the University of Western Australia located close to Murdoch University Village Perth student accommodation. The Murdoch University Village student accommodation provides exceptional amenities tailored to student needs, including necessities.

The capital and largest city of Western Australia, Perth sits where the Swan Lake meets the Southwest coast. The city is adorned with breathtaking beaches, unique wildlife, and natural beauty with its many parks and green spaces. Perth creates an extraordinary experience for its visitors with its beautiful art galleries, historic neighbourhoods, booming small-bar and street-art scenes, and vibrant culinary scene. There’s so much to see and explore in Perth! You can unwind, chill, and surf or snorkel with your friends at some popular beaches such as Cottesloe beach, Scarborough beach, and Leighton beach. If you love nature, there are plenty of outdoor activities you can do like exploring walking tracks in Kings Park or the Cape to Cape Track stretching  from Cape Naturaliste to Cape Leeuwin in the south-west. You can also take a whale watching cruise between June and December.

The Murdoch University Village student accommodation is located close to diverse facilities such as shopping centres, food joints, clinics, ATMs, and public transport, ensuring students have a convenient stay. You can explore a lot near Murdoch Village, from cafes and clubs to art galleries and parks. With its central location, staying at Murdoch University Village Perth will ensure you do not miss out on anything happening in the city and let you live the American dream.


When you make Murdoch University Village your residence, be rest assured that you will have a room that fits your needs perfectly. This property offers an extensive range of apartments. The well-furnished rooms are equipped with all the necessary amenities to ensure your comfort throughout the year. Each room features a king single bed or a double bed,  a wardrobe, a desk, and high-speed Wi-Fi.

The property also provides many common amenities that include a resident lounge with table tennis, pool table, dedicated study spaces, and swimming pool. The property also offers laundry facilities and on-site parking. The bills are inclusive of electricity, furniture, Wi-Fi, and heating. Staying at Murdoch University Village Perth student accommodation is a decision you won’t regret!

Location and What's Hot?

Murdoch University Village is located in a bustling area where you can find many cafes, restaurants, shopping stores, and parks. The Harrington Housing River North Chicago student accommodation is also close to major universities, such as The Murdoch University, the University of Notre Dame Australia, and the University of Western Australia, situated near the property.

On weekends, you can unwind at several popular restaurants, cafes, and pubs near the Murdoch University Village. When you’re craving delicious food, you will find plenty of cafes and restaurants that you can try out, including Spice Express Murdoch, Bang Bang Specialty Coffee, Sushia, Sir Walter's Restaurant, and Ikon Espresso. When you want to get some drinks with friends and party, visit Murdoch Guild Tavern and The Kardy. For shopping, check out ALDI, Kardinya Markets, and Coles Kardinya. No wonder, Murdoch University Village Perth is so popular, with so much to offer.

If you're looking for entertainment near Murdoch University Village, you can visit the Nexus Theatre, Telethon Community Cinemas Murdoch, and Siragusa Guitars. The other attractions that Perth offers include Kings Park and Botanic Garden, The Perth Mint, Swan River, State War Memorial, Elizabeth Quay, Queens Garden, and St. Mary’s Cathedral. With so much to discover, you will surely have a wonderful time and experience living at Murdoch University Village Perth student accommodation.


Perth offers a convenient and efficient transportation system for international students. Students can choose from various options such as buses, railways, taxis, limo services, and shuttles to get in and around the city. These transportation options make it easy and safe for students to travel and explore the city. The Murdoch University Village residence is located in a secure and busy area with many bus stops near it. The Discovery Way Murdoch University bus stop, the South St After Prescott Dr bus stop, and the South St Before Prescott Dr bus stop are all close to Murdoch University Village Perth. Students who want to travel by train can take the Murdoch travel terminal, Bull Creek travel terminal, and the Cockburn Central travel terminal, located close to the property. The prime location of Murdoch University Village Perth student accommodation allows students to easily get around and familiarise themselves with the city.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Rent(for WSU Students)
Electricity(for WSU Students)
Furniture(for WSU Students)
Wifi(for WSU Students)
Heating(for WSU Students)

Common Amenities

Games Area
Laundry facilities
Dedicated Study Spaces
BBQ Deck
Movie Room

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
  • No Visa No Pay
    Free Cancellation if student visa is not secured
  • No Place No Pay
    Cancellation policy if admission not confirmed

Payment Policies (5)

  • Security Deposit
    Deposit property holds during the tenure
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    Flexible payment terms
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

The contract dates don't suit me, can I negotiate?

All of our contract dates as advertised are non-negotiable.

Will my room have an en-suite?

Some of our rooms have an ensuite - have a look at the different options on our room pages to see which ones do.

Is there after hours support?

There is always a staff member or resident assistant 24/7 for support at the property in case of emergency.

Are meals included?

The accommodation does not provide catering.

Do you accept payments over the phone?

For confidentiality purposes, we cannot take payment information over the phone and do require payments to be made through bank transfer.

Is there access to public transportation?

Yes, bus number 98;99, leaves every 8 minutes either way.

How big is my bed?

Please refer to the "Rooms and Pricing" page on the website.
Select the "Room" and then the "Your Room" Tab to view what is included including the bed size.

Am I able to leave my belongings in my room before my contract starts?

You will not be able to access your room or leave any belongings in the village before your contract starts.

Can I apply at reception?

Applications for our long term accommodation are made online through the portal.

Can I smoke at the accommodation?

This accommodation has a complete NO SMOKING policy.

Can I choose my own room?

You are able to submit preferences for specific rooms during the application process. We will do our best to accommodate all requests during the allocation process; however, due to the high capacity of requests we cannot guarantee anything or make any promises.

Why am I required to make an application so early on?

We open applications early due to the high demand of students looking for residential accommodation. To secure a room at the this property we recommend make your application as soon as possible, to make sure you don't miss out!

How far is the property from the university?

The property  is located on the university campus and is only a short walk from classes and the library,

What is the latest I can apply?

There is no deadline for applications; however, please note that once the village has reached capacity, you are only able to sit on the waitlist, and this does not guarantee you a spot with us.

Is there any heating/cooling in my room?

An oil heater is featured in all of our rooms at the property. However, only our north side apartment rooms have ceiling fans. Students in the south side apartment are able to bring along pedestal fans if they would like.

Is there a cleaning service?

There is no cleaning service at the property. You are required to upkeep your personal areas yourself, and organise among the residents of the apartment how to keep the common areas clean. There are inspections throughout the year, and if areas are deemed below standard, penalties will apply where relevant.

Who has access to my room?

Every room is private with a lockable door - only you will have access to your room. If you are in shared accommodation, the communal areas will the be accessible to all tenants of the specific apartment.

Is there a curfew at the Property?

The property is your home and you are welcome to come and go as you please.
Please note that we do have rules regarding Noise and Visitors within the property.Noise Curfew
Residents must comply with all directions from property management in relation to noise minimisation, particularly in response to noise complaints from other residents of the property and/or neighbours of the property.Visitors
A visitor is defined as a person who is meeting with a resident for a short period of time, while a guest is defined as a person who is staying overnight with a resident in accordance with the Rules. All visitors arerequired to leave the property by 12 midnight(unless otherwise notified to residents by property management from time to time). Any visitor present in the property after the specified time will be considered an “unauthorised person” to which Rule 52 (Overnight Guests & Unauthorised Occupancy) and Rule 69 (Trespassing) applies. See also Rule 13 (Conduct of guests & visitors).

Is there a lock for the individual rooms in the shared apartments?

All of our rooms within the apartments have lockable doors.

Is there internet access?

Yes! Whether you’re using your internet for study, YouTube, Netflix or gaming we have a plan to keep you connected during your stay. We have plans from 50GB to 100GB so you can choose which internet plan suits you best!

If the office is closed on the weekend, how can I check in?

If you are looking to check into the property on the weekend, there will be a member of staff or resident assistant on duty who will be able to assist you.

Can I live at the property if I do not study at this university?

The property accepts Murdoch University and MIT students only until the 1st of January, and if availability allows the village may open up to students from other tertiary facilities such as TAFE and Private College.

What type of heater am I allowed to bring?

You are allowed to bring oil heaters. *Fan heaters are NOT allowed in the property.*

Can I have people stay over?

Although we do not encourage overnight guests, we do understand that you may have someone stay from time to time. Please make sure that you sign your guest into reception upon arrival and sign them out on departure. As per the property rules, you can have a guest stay no more than 2 consecutive nights in a 7 day period and they must be respectful to all the property rules.

What fees am I required to pay to secure a room at the village?

Before confirmation of your place, you will be required to pay theBOND, which amounts to four weeks of rent and is held over the duration of your stay as damage collateral. Where applicable, you will receive a refund of your bond upon completion of you contract.

Can I bring my pet?

The property has a no pet policy – this unfortunately, also includes goldfish.

Do I need to bring kitchen utilities, such as a kettle or toaster, with me?

The kitchens are already kitted out with basic amenities, such as the fridge and the microwave. However, you will need to supply your own utilities such as a toaster, kettle, and sandwich press for example. If you live in shared accommodation, you can always wait until you meet your roommates to organise a group shop to figure out what everyone has brought along with them.

How are roommates allocated? Can I put in preferences?

Roommate allocations are conducted in accordance with any requests, such as: study preference, age, and gender. To make a request, you will be prompted to include these during the application process

Can I get financial assistance?

Unfortunately, the property does not offer any financial assistance.

What Happens if I miss my rent? Is there a late fee?

It is important to always pay your rent on time. If you know there will not be sufficient funds in your account prior to the rent date, please make sure that you contact management so that we can make arrangements for you.

If your rent is processed and there are insufficient funds, please note that a breach notice from property management will occur.

Can I live here if I am under 18?

Murdoch University Property accepts students under the age of 18, as long as you are turning 18 within the same academic year. If you are not 18 in the same academic year, village management will access your application before proceeding. Please note that our guarantor form signed by a parent or guardian is required.

If office hours are closed, how can I check in?

If you are arriving after hours one of our resident assistant will check you into the property. There is a telephone available outside of our reception which is a free call directly to the RA.

What do I have to bring?

We recommend bringing the bare minimum when you first arrive, that way you and your new roommates can work out who buys what to avoid a double up of certain items. However, below is a list of what you’ll need: · A photocopy of your ID, such as Passport or Drivers Licence to assist in your check in · Bedding/Linen – size dependant on your area of residence as below: · Queen Apartments - Double Bed
Single Rooms - King Single Bed
· Towels and tea towels · Food and household supplies - until you can arrange a group shop with your housemates · Cooking equipment, crockery, cutlery, glasses, cooking utensils etc. · Laundry supplies – some areas have clothes lines for communal use, all laundries have dryers · Toasters, irons, ironing boards, TV’s etc. – although some residents wait until meeting their roommates on arrival to share the costs of small appliances

Is there security available at the village?

The Village works closely with Campus security and they patrol the village regularly.

Where do I go when I get there?

Please make your way to our reception located in Building 32.
Upon arrival you will need to provide a copy of our student card, photo ID and ensure all payments are made. Our staff will check you in and assist you to your room. Upon arrival if you require a carpark permit, please let us know and we will provide the forms you require. You will need to take these to student services to arrange your property carpark permit immediately. Please note that carpark permits cannot be arrange before you arrive at the property.

How can I prove I am a student?

When you arrive at the property you will be asked to provide your student ID card. If you are a first year university student and have not received your student ID. You must provide your letter of offer as your proof of enrollment upon check-in and provide your student card once you have received it.

Where is the nearest swimming pool?

There is a swimming pool in the village that is available for residents to use without any additional cost.

I will not be here for the whole year, are there other contract options?

We have multiple contract options that are suitable for a range of different stays:
42 weeks
Semester 1 (21 weeks)
Semester 2 (21 weeks) Not all room types are available on all contract types.

How much is it to do laundry?

There are four laundries across the property. They are coin operated and residents are required to use $1 or $2 coins to pay for their laundry. The price of a load of washing is $3/wash and a load of washing is $3/dry.

Do I have to find my own roommates?

You are not required to find your own roommates. You are able to just apply on your own and we will allocate you within an apartment that is suitable.How is the property

different from other options of residential living on campus?

The property fosters independent living while also accommodating students just moving out of home for the first time. There is a strong communal attitude among the residents; however, it also helps students adjust to a more self-sufficient lifestyle where they look after themselves through their cooking, laundry and housekeeping duties. There are many options for residents to become involved in the property atmosphere, while also providing an environment where the resident can also choose not to participate and this is okay. In the case of any queries, the property team is always there for support in case the student is looking for assistance.

What is the bond?

If you receive an offer of accommodation from Murdoch University Village, a bond equivalent to 4 weeks rent is payable by you to confirm your accommodation. Your bond will be lodged with the Department of Commerce, WA and will be refunded at the end of your contact.

How do I get from the airport?

The property is located 23km from the Perth Airport and is approximately a 30 minute drive depending on the time of the day. A Taxi is approximately $45-$60.

How would I get my mail at the village?

Letters will be placed inside your apartment mailbox located outside of reception.
Parcels will be held at reception and will be available for collection between 2pm and 7pm. Please make sure you label your mail clearly, once we receive it we will send you an email for you to collect it from our reception.

Your Mailing Address
Your Name
Murdoch University Village
PO BOX 1055,
Canning Vale DC
WA, 6970

I'm not a murdoch university student, am I still eligible to stay on campus?

While Murdoch students are given preference for accommodation, non-Murdoch students are also eligible to apply. This includes research assistants and full-time, part-time, undergraduate and postgraduate students of any tertiary institution. Accommodation to non-Murdoch University students will be offered from 2nd January.

Where do I park?

All on campus parking is organised through Murdoch University directly.
There a limited number of purple parking bays available for Property Residents only, which are located withinCarpark 6.

Upon arrival at the village an application form for a purple permit can be obtained from property reception. You will then need to take the form directly to student services to arrange your purple permit.

I want to bring my own TV, are there TV antennas?

There are no TV's supplied, however you are welcome to bring your own for your room or to share with your flatmates in the lounge room. Please note there are antennas in the lounge room only, not located in the bedrooms. We recommend waiting until you have arrived at the property before purchasing a TV increase your flatmates already have one.

Can a couple live here?

Most of our rooms are single occupancy, however do have a limited number of dual occupancy rooms available.

How do you accept payments?

Payments on the student portal can be made with Visa or Master Card, please note that credit card surcharges apply. Over the counter at reception we accept cash, EFTPOS, Visa or Master Card. If you would like to make a direct deposit transfer into our account, please contact us at so that we can assist you with arranging your transfer.

Can I bring my own internet?

Big Air internet packages are available at the property for you to tailor to your own personal requirements. You are more than welcome to bring your own internet provided it is a Wi-Fi dongle, we do not permit ADSL to be installed.

How does my rent get charged?

Your rent is direct debited from your account/or credit card using the account details that you have nominated.

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Perth Student Accommodation

Are you looking for the best student accommodation in Perth, Australia? The search may be time-consuming, but with the correct resources, your process will be hassle-free. Perth offers easy access to accommodation options for students. With amber, students may find convenient, comfortable, and reasonably priced Perth student accommodation options. The School of Audio Engineering, North Metropolitan TAFE (Northbridge Campus), and Cambridge International College are some notable universities close to Perth accommodation options. Perth is Western Australia's capital and largest city, featuring everything from upscale student accommodation to thriving nightlife. Perth student accommodation options are reasonably priced. They are subdivided further into residence halls, rooms, and individual homes. Perth accommodation options include some of the most lavish, exclusive, inexpensive ensuites, studio flats, and shared apartments with various amenities.

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About Perth

Captain James Stirling established Perth in 1829 as the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony. The city was granted status in 1856 and elevated to Lord Mayoralty in 1929. Sir George Murray, then Parliament for Perthshire and Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, was influential in naming the city. Greater Perth is the fourth most populous metropolis in Australia and Oceania, with a population of 2.1 million. Perth is situated in Western Australia's South West Land Division, with most of the metropolitan region found on the Swan Coastal Plain between the Darling Scarp and the Indian Ocean.

Furthermore, the city is said to be influenced by historical and modern economic and military history, giving Perth a taste of the early centuries. Besides, Perth had a problematic past full of warfare, reflected in its nook and corners even today. The city also attracts a large number of international students and tourists. It also has several prestigious institutions like the University of Western Australia, Murdoch University and Curtain University that never allow students to settle for anything less than perfect. Additionally, Perth is perfect for students planning on studying in Western Australia as the city has a strong economy and is an important financial and commercial centre with multiple industries like manufacturing, tourism, and services.

Best Student Accommodation in Perth

With many famous universities, many students flock to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding Perth Australia apartments for rent for students can become a daunting task for many. Amber helps you find the best Perth student accommodation in three easy steps: picking, booking and paying. We make the tiresome and lengthy process of booking student apartments Perth as easy as pie. Amber offers purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable options for student accommodation in Perth Australia. When planning to move to Western Australia, students should look at the localities next to their university. Students can easily do this using the sorting feature. Although everyone's needs and wants differ, hence we have provided some of the best Perth student accommodation.

1. Campus Perth

2. Yugo the Boulevard

3. The Switch Perth Central

4. Murdoch University Village

5. Vickery House

Cost of Living

Perth student accommodation is perfect for students. Although the cost of living in this city can be high, good planning and budgeting can prevent students from incurring additional costs. For Perth student accommodation, it is recommended to have a budget of AU$1,000-AU$2,500/month, including all living and other personal expenses.

1. Food: AU$25-AU$100/month

2. Gas & Electricity: AU$200-AU$250/month

3. Internet & Mobile Phone: AU$60-AU$80/month

4. Dinner at a Restaurant: AU$70-AU$150/week

5. Laundry: AU$30-AU$75/month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: AU$30-AU$50/month

7. Clothing: AU$100-AU$250/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): AU$100-AU$130/month

Student Travel Perth

Perth, a vibrant city in Australia, has an awesome transportation network that's just perfect for students studying at its top-notch universities. Getting around town is a piece of cake with the well-connected public transport system, which also lets students explore all the cool stuff Perth has to offer. Let's dig into the primary modes of commute available for students and what they cost.

1. Bus

You can't go wrong with the buses in Perth! They're reliable, pocket-friendly, and super convenient. For just £2.20, students can hop on and off buses to zip around the city and its nearby areas. And if you're a frequent bus rider, there's a weekly travel card for only £14, giving you unlimited bus rides and saving you some serious dough on daily commuting.

2. Rail

The Indian Pacific passenger rail service connects Perth to Adelaide and Sydney once a week. The Prospector passenger rail service links Perth to Kalgoorlie through Wheatbelt towns, while the Australind takes you to Bunbury, and the AvonLink connects to Northam. The rail fares range from £3.20 to £6.90 per day, and for regular travellers, there are weekly travel cards priced between £19 and £41, depending on where you're heading and how often you'll be chugging along.

3. Cycling

Calling all eco-friendly and fitness-loving students! Perth's got you covered with bike-friendly paths and lanes. It's the perfect way to explore the local gems of the city while keeping your wallet happy.

4. Taxi/Uber

When time is of the essence, taxis and Ubers are here to save the day. They're quick, convenient, and get you to your destination on the dot. While taxi fares might vary based on the distance and time, they're a dependable choice when you need to get somewhere in an instant.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Perth

In terms of student life, the city enjoys a well-deserved reputation among international students. Because it offers charming and lively venues for the crowd, it is excellent for exploring and travelling for individuals of all ages. It is a thriving, multiracial city with fantastic nightlife, entertainment alternatives, exquisite cafes, and traditional food. Students can also take pleasure in relaxing in serene green areas. Perth's weather and its natural beauty make it a perfect destination for outdoor activities. Beautiful beaches, parks and gardens are found throughout the city, providing opportunities for swimming, surfing, hiking, picnics and cycling. Perth's colourful art galleries, unique museums, markets, pubs, and restaurants are all characterised by positive energy. Despite being a city, there is a particular atmosphere; everything is peaceful and uncomplicated. Students usually gather in Kings Park, Rottnest Island and Cottesloe to relax and take in the outdoors.

Perth is charmingly small, hospitable, and has a sharp sense of humour, which makes visits here feel special. The Swan River can be seen beautifully from Kings Park. You may see Australia's distinctive animals at the Caversham Wildlife Park or the Perth Zoo. The majority of students favour living in central Perth student accommodation. Students can discover a wide range of accommodation options via the amber to make their stay satisfying and pleasing.

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1. Kings Park

2. The Black Watch Castle & Museum

3. Scone Palace

4. Perth Art Gallery

5. Swan Valley

6. Cottesloe Beach

7. Perth Zoo

8. Hillarys Boat Harbour

Universities in Perth

Perth is home to multiple famous universities and colleges. Here's a list of the top universities in Perth:

1. North Metropolitan TAFE (Northbridge Campus)

2. School of Audio Engineering, Perth

3. Cambridge International College

4. Southern Cross University

5. Engineering Institute of Technology

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