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Scape Darling Square, Sydney
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Scape Darling Square, Sydney

Darling Dr, Haymarket, 2000, Australia
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About the Property

There are many amazing options for student accommodation in Sydney, but not many are as good as Scape Darling Square, located in Darling Dr, Sydney, 2000, Australia. Whether you're looking for a private room or a twin sharing, there are a variety of options available to suit your needs. A variety of studio apartments are offered at this student accommodation to choose from. One of the most attractive features of student accommodation in NSW is its proximity to some of Sydney's most prestigious universities. Sydney College of English is a short walk away, while William Angliss Institute is also a similar short walk away.


The rooms at Scape Darling Square student apartments in Sydney are fully furnished with student-friendly furnishings that make sure the students have a comfortable and convenient living space. Student accommodation in NSW is located in a very safe and buzzing area of Sydney and is a place where the residents can really thrive. Transportation here won't be a problem either, as Sydney has a great and convenient public transportation system that the students can take advantage of. The bus stop closest to the student housing in Sydney is Paddy’s Market, which is a walk away. The closest train station is the Exhibition Centre, which is a 3 min walk away. All the places and amenities that the residents might need are located nearby, and most of them are within walking distance. Sydney is often called one of the most livable cities, and students highly prefer it because of the amazing outdoors and sunny weather. Scape Daring Square is the best student accommodation in Sydney Australia, because the city has almost something for everyone. There are a number of beaches all over the city and the wildlife is unique and interesting. Sydney has plenty of top-ranking universities that attract students from all over the world to come and study here. So do not miss out on the chase to snap up a perfect option for a home away from home!

Features

Student apartments in Sydney at Scape Darling Square Sydney have some of the most impressive amenities and features available to students. You will have options from many options, including 4-5-8 bedroom apartments alongside medium studios with double beds and large twin sharing. The rooms are comfortable and modern, with a wide range of select studios, twin-sharing apartments, and shared apartments, with a soft bed, a study desk, and air conditioning for those hot days. There is also a built-in wardrobe, LCD TV and an equipt kitchenette. All rooms come equipped with Wi-Fi. The globally designed student apartments in Sydney have chic and modern interiors that are also comfortable, making students feel right at home. Student accommodation in Syndey Australia is filled with amazing room and property amenities that are unbeatable.


The accommodation also has some great common amenities, such as a beautiful shared lounge, various events programs to help you break the ice with the rest of the residents, and a management community that is always ready to help you out!  All the transport stops are also located near the Sydney student accommodation, so it will be easy to get to places. You will feel safe and secure with the 24/7 security at Scape Darling Square. The bills will include wi-fi, water, heating, and electricity.

Location and What's Hot?

Sydney is one of the busiest and bustling cities in Australia, and the nightlife is something that is definitely not to be missed. One of the best things about Scape Darling Square Sydney is the distance from the Universities in the city. Sydney College of English and William Angliss Institute are both quite a short walk away. There is a huge variety of restaurants in Sydney, including Japanese, Indian and Vegan restaurants that the residents of the best student accommodation in Sydney Australia can visit to get amazing but affordable food. Student accommodation offered by us has transformed into the first choice for students looking for student housing in Sydney.


One can check out eateries such as Tetsuya’s Restaurant, Spice I Am, Metro Aspire Hotel, Metro Hotel Marlow, Hotel Downing and Chat Thai near the student accommodation. After food, there are also plenty of bars in Sydney, like Market City Tavern, Scruffy Murphys Bar, Bar Broadway, Great Southern Bar, Side Bar and Blackthorn Bar, where you can get delicious cocktails. There are also some cosy cafes in Sydney nearby where you can get a yummy cup of coffee and some nice breakfast foods, like Sydney City Cafe, Le Petit Cafe, Cafe and Cucina, Presse Cafe, Cafe Marocchino and 80 Bar and Cafe. The coastline is very beautiful in Sydney, so some of the beaches to visit in Sydney are Bondi Beach, Bronte Beach, Gordons Bay, Many Beach, Palm Beach and Balmoral Beach. There are plenty of tourist attractions in Sydney as well, like Luna Park, Powerhouse Museum, Hyde Park Barracks, Darling Harbour, Bridgeclimb Sydney and SEA LIFE Aquarium. There are also a number of grocery stores and supermarkets nearby, like Xinrenren Supermarket, Coles Worls Square, Woolworths Metro Central, City Convenience Store and Miracle Supermarkets. The nearest airport to Scape Darling Square, student housing in Sydney, is the Sydney Airport. Thus, making travelling right after you arrive in Australia will be quite easy!

Commute

Getting around Sydney does not need much effort because of the amazing public transport system. Scape Darling Square is connected relatively in the system as the bus station closest to the stunning student accommodation is Harris St, which is only a short walk away from your home away from home. The closest train station is the Exhibition Centre, which is a walkable distance away.


The Powerhouse Museum, Harris St bus stop can be accessed via a short walk, while Harris St at Macarthur St bus stop is also just round the corner via a short walk. Walking and cycling are also healthy and eco-friendly ways of commuting in the city, although taxis are faster but more expensive. Usually, many student cards and discounts like Opal Card are offered on public transportation. You can also avail unbelievable deals on airport pick-ups and drops alongside cab ride discounts with amber+.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Water
Electricity
Heating

Common Amenities

Events program
Management Community
Shared Lounge
Cinema
Study Lounge
Gaming Room

Cancellation Policies (3)

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    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What’s included at this property?

All your utilities including electricity, water and heating, plus unlimited broadband internet are included with your rent. There are no additional bills to worry about. You’ll also enjoy access to our onsite Management Eats eatery and open pantry as well as our common spaces. Plus, a packed calendar bursting with exclusive events, mentorship programs, and internship opportunities where you can experience other cultures and make friends at the same time.

Do I need to be a student to live at this property?

Yes, Management’s student accommodation is purpose built for students and a confirmation of enrolment is required to secure your room.

Can I take a look around?

They would love you to! They offer both in-person and virtual tours of all Management properties. Book a tour today!

How close is property to university?

This property is conveniently located near a range of universities and campuses in Sydney and easily accessible by public transport so you can easily get to class without having to worry about traffic or parking. · University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is just a 3-minute walk to the Haymarket campus, a 12-minute walk to the central building, or a 5-minute walk to the UTS Business School · The University of Sydney is a 10-minute bus ride plus a 12-minute walk · For those attending Taylors College, the campus is accessible by a 3-minute trip on the light rail plus a 10-minute bus ride · The Univeristy of New South Wales (UNSW) is easily accessible by the light rail. It’s an 8-minute walk to the Chinatown stop and a 17-minute journey to the UNSW Anzac Parade stop. · It’s a quick 7-minute walk for those who are studying at TAFE Ultimo

Where’s the nearest public transport to property?

This property is a great place to live if you want to be close public transport in Sydney. There are a few light rail stops nearby just a 2-7 minute walk away. The light rail runs frequently to several parts of the city, making it easy to get to class, work, or explore the city. It’s a short 2-minute walk to the Exhibition Centre or Paddy’s Market stops which are both on the L1 line and can take you to Central Station in one direction or to the inner west, through Pyrmont and Glebe. A 7-minute walk will get you to the Chinatown stop on the L2/L3 line which can take you through the CBD to Circular Quay in one direction, or to Surry Hills, UNSW and Randwick in the other! You can either take the light rail or a 13-minute walk to Central Station, which is Sydney’s largest train station with lines that can take you all over Sydney and beyond. It is easy access to other train stations in the CBD, as well as places like Bondi Junction, the North Shore or even the Blue Mountains. You can view the full Sydney rail network map here. The closest bus stop within walking distance of property is 4-minute away and will take you to the 501 route which travels through Pyrmont, Drummoyne and out to Parramatta. A 9-minute walk will get you to a stop on the 438 or 412 lines taking you through the CBD to Martin Place.

What shops are close to property?

If you’re looking for a big-name store or a local gem, you’re sure to find it all within a short walk or light rail ride of property. A one-stop shop for all your shopping, dining, and entertainment needs, Broadway Shopping Centre is a 15-minute walk away and is home to 150 stores. It also has several restaurants, large food court, as well as a Hoyts cinema complex. Westfield Sydney is an upscale shopping centre in the heart of the CBD. It is an 18-minute walk from property or 13 minutes on the light rail. You will find over 280 stores, including fashion, homewares, specialty boutiques and large department stores like Myer and David Jones. You are also on the doorstep of Haymarket, Darling Harbour and Chinatown which all boast a wide range of restaurants, bars and shops.

How often do I pay my rent?

The easiest way to pay your rent is through our fortnightly direct debit system. They also have full upfront payment options. If you wish to pay the full rent amount in one lump sum, you can do this with a credit or debit card at Reception or by bank transfer. International transfers or credit card payments may result in a surcharge from your bank.

What is a Bond? And how do I pay it?

The bond is a security deposit registered with the appropriate state-based authority and covers any damage you may cause to the room. Don’t worry, this excludes normal wear and tear. You will receive an email 10 days before your contract start date asking you to pay a security deposit through the Resident Portal. It is refundable at the end of your stay with us if there are no damages, your room is left clean and there is no outstanding rent. You will receive an email when your bond is ready to be returned. Release of your bond from the state-based authority will either be transferred into an Australian bank account of your choice which is the preferred method, or you can arrange for a cheque to be sent to you.

When do I sign my contract?

Would you like an express check-in? If you complete your pre-arrival process before arrival your check-in will only take 10 minutes. If you haven’t completed your pre-arrival process, your check-in could take up to 30 minutes.

What do I need to do to complete an express check in?

Your contract will be available 8 weeks prior to your contract start date via our Resident Portal. Once logged in to the portal, you will be able to review and sign your contract prior to arriving at Management. Make sure to give yourself enough time to read the contract carefully before signing. Once completed, they’ll send you a copy of the final signed contract via email for your records. You’ll also need to upload your Confirmation of Enrolment and Photo ID, plus complete your emergency contact and rent payment information.

Do I need to bring my own bedspread, quilt and pillow?

Yes. However, to make life easier, these items may be purchased on our website when booking your room, or via our Resident Portal, and can be ready for you on check-in. They can also be purchased from Reception, subject to availability. Get settled early and purchase your bedding pack to guarantee availability.

How do I buy linen and kitchen supplies in advance?

You can log in to our Resident Portal to buy kitchen and bedding before arriving at Management. Alternatively, you can email the property directly.

Does this property have an airport transfer service?

Yes! To arrange a pick-up service from the airport directly to property, please visit our Airport Transfer page and complete the form at least 72 hours before your scheduled arrival at the airport. Contact your Management location for pricing. Alternatively, all major Australian airports have taxi ranks and dedicated pick-up areas for ride-sharing services including Didi and Uber that will take you to any of our buildings. There are also public transport options available.

What time is check-in at property?

Property will welcome you at any time of day or night.  To assist with a smooth arrival, they ask residents who plan to arrive outside normal business hours (9.00 to 18.00) to inform us by email at least 72 hours in advance. This way they can make sure a Management team member is available to greet you. If you arrive outside of normal business hours, you’ll find contact information at the entrance of the building. Your calls will be answered by a friendly team member who will help you check-in.

What goes on in the communal spaces?

Property features a range of communal spaces available to all residents where you can rest and relax or socialise with friends. These include the games room, communal kitchen, social lounge, rooftop terrace with BBQ, private cinema and 24/7 gym. They’ll host resident events in these spaces from time to time, but they can also be booked in advance if you’d like them all to yourself!

Can friends visit?

Of course! This is your home. If you would like to have a guest stay overnight, that is fine too, but you’ll need to be over 18. Unfortunately, overnight guests aren’t permitted in twin or Under18 rooms. There are also a few rules around guests in the property which staff would be happy to brief you on. You will need to register your guest at Reception, so they know who is in the building for security reasons.

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