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Scape Queensberry, Melbourne
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Scape Queensberry, Melbourne

Swanston St, Carlton, 3053, Australia
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About the Property

Make the best of your stay at Scape Queensberry, 3053, and enjoy the breathtaking city view by choosing this Melbourne student accommodation! Scape Queensberry offers a variety of rooms, including twin apartments with 5 and 6 beds, 2-bed studio apartments, 5-bedroom ensuite, large and twin studios, and 1-bedroom apartments. All the rooms are well-furnished and equipped with top-class amenities and facilities, ensuring a comfortable and convenient stay for students. The Melbourne student housing is near major universities such as the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne Institute of Technology, and Kent Institute Australia.

The Australian state, Victoria’s capital city, is located on the Australian Landmass to the southeastern fringe and in the country’s southern central part. Melbourne is an excellent place for global students. Around 5 million people inhabit the city, and the city is home to 182,000 international students from across the globe. It’s a lively, welcoming city best known for its architecture, culture, and music. In Melbourne, you will see beautiful Victorian-era buildings such as the Parliament House, The Princess Theatre, and The Block Arcade. The city is adorned with laneways full of cosy cafes, restaurants offering diverse cuisines, lovely gardens, and beautiful seasides. And, of course, this metropolitan city incorporates some of the most reputed universities worldwide for their academic excellence, which attracts students worldwide. If you want in-depth knowledge of Melbourne, check out our Melbourne city guide and Melbourne housing guide.

What makes the Scape Queensberry student accommodation a top choice is its proximity to many of these institutions. Students also love the friendly neighbourhood of this Melbourne student housing. You will also find some of the best cafes, restaurants, clubs, art galleries, museums, and tourist attractions near Scape Queensberry, ensuring you always have something to explore in the city. You also don’t have to worry about paying your bills, as you can always pick up part-time jobs in Australia.


At Scape Queensberry, you get a variety of stylish, comfortable student accommodation options, including twin apartments with 5 and 6 beds, 2-bed studio apartments, 5-bedroom ensuite, large and twin studios, and 1-bedroom apartments. The rooms come with good air conditioning and heating. You get a study desk where you can comfortably sit and study. You also get a bed, a wardrobe, an LCD TV, plenty of storage, and lightning-fast Wi-Fi. That’s not all! You also get a dining area, a dishwasher, a microwave, an oven, and a fridge with a freezer.

Living in Scape Queensberry, you get an array of common amenities, like a management community and a lounge area for you and your roommates to hang out. The accommodation also organises many events program to keep the students entertained. At Scape Queensberry, you will have all basic amenities like Wi-Fi, water, electricity, and heating, all of which will be covered in your rent. Staying at Scape Queensberry Melbourne will also ensure you get robust security with 24/7 security provided with a sound safety app to ensure you and your belongings are safe.

Location and What's Hot?

Scape Queensberry’s convenient location means you are well-connected to Melbourne’s major universities and colleges. The Melbourne student accommodation is close to the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne Institute of Technology, TMG College, and Kent Institute Australia. You can easily travel on foot to these universities, making your commute easier and hassle-free. Located on Swanston Street, this Melbourne student housing will give you a 360º view of the city. From the top of Scape Queensberry, you can look at many nearby places like Argyle Square, Carlton Gardens, and Lincoln Square.

Students need not worry about unwinding after a long week as the dynamic Melbourne city offers vibrant and lively places. There’s so much to see and explore near Scape Queensberry Melbourne, from bars and restaurants to theatres and museums. You can enjoy a good cup of coffee at some popular cafes, including Humble Rays Melbourne, Seven Seeds Coffee Roasters, Auction Rooms, Apollo Café, and Moon Mart. Connect with friends over lunch or dinner at Torissong, Universal Restaurant, Khabbay Restaurant, Leonardo's Pizza Palace, Yeonga Korean BBQ Restaurant, Gai Wong, and The Leveson. Are you feeling like letting it go and grooving to the trendy beats? Then, visit Revolver Upstairs, Radar, The Lincoln, THE CURTIN, Good Measure, The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar, The Drunken Poet, and KBOX Karaoke Private Room Melbourne.

You can check out ALDI, KT MART, Queen Victoria Market, Coles Melbourne Central, and Woolworths The District to keep your shopping needs covered. If you want to watch a movie, you can go to HOYTS Cinema District Docklands, IMAX Melbourne, and Cinema Nova. For a quiet walk in nature, you can visit Flagstaff Gardens, Pleasance Gardens, and Campus Lawn. The other famous attractions you can explore while staying at the Scape Queensberry student accommodation include the Royal Exhibition Building, The Comic's Lounge, Festival Hall, ArtVo, Her Majesty's Theatre, The Princess Theatre, Chinatown Melbourne, and Marvel Stadium.


The Scape Queensberry student accommodation is well connected to the public transport in Melbourne. With a wide range of transportation options, this city makes commutation and student life convenient and easy. You will find many bus stops near Scape Queensberry, including Queensberry St/Lygon St bus station, Queensberry St/Lygon St bus stop, and Lincoln Square/Bouverie St bus stop. You can also take trams such as the Queensberry St/Swanston St tram stop and Lincoln Square/Swanston St 3 tram stop. The automotive fare is much more affordable than in other cities in Australia. Students can get a student travel pass and railcards for an easier commute.

What will you get

Your Rent Include


Common Amenities

Events program
Management Community
24/7 Gym
Rooftop Cinema
Lounge area

Cancellation Policies (3)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s included at this property?

All your utilities including electricity, water and heating, plus unlimited broadband internet is included with your rent. There are no additional bills to worry about. You’ll also enjoy access to 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. Looking for accommodation but not a student? Management are available at two locations in the heart of Melbourne that offer luxe apartment living with flexible leases, amazing spaces, services on-demand all wrapped in one simple cost. Book a tour to check it out today.

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?

Property is conveniently located in the Carlton, so it’s a great choice for students who want to be close to their universities. · RMIT University is just a 4-minute walk away, RMIT is one of Australia’s largest and most prestigious universities. · The University of Melbourne is also nearby via a 6-minute walk, just up Swanston street. · Monash University’s Parkville Campus is a little further away and can be reached in roughly 17 minutes via tram from one of the nearby stations. · La Trobe University City Campus is a 20-minute walk away through the city or is reachable by a 15-minute tram ride. · Victoria University: Victoria University is a 10-minute drive away. You can also get there by taking the tram to the Melbourne Central station and then walking for 5 minutes.

Where’s the nearest public transport to property?

Property is on the fringe of inner-city Melbourne with a range of public transport options a matter of minutes away. The nearest tram stop is just a short walk away, and there are several bus stops within walking distance. The nearest tram stop is on Swanston Street, which is just a 1-minute walk away. Trams run frequently to all parts of the city, making it easy to get to class, work, or explore the city. There are several bus stops within walking distance of property. Buses run less frequently than trams, but they provide a more direct route to some destinations. The nearest train station is Melbourne Central Station, which is just a 7-minute walk away and can be found underneath the shopping centre.

What shops are close to property?

Whether you’re looking for a quick grocery run or a full-day shopping spree, Property is located just a short walk or tram ride away from some amazing shopping destinations. Melbourne Central is a 7-minute walk away, and has over 200 stores, including everything from designer clothing to homewares. If you’re in the mood for something a little more unique, QV Melbourne shopping centre is a 10-minute walk away with 250 stores, as well as a cinema, bowling alley, and rooftop bar. Queen Victoria Market is a short 9-minute walk away and is a foodie’s paradise with over 1000 stalls selling fresh produce, meats, seafood, and other goods. Chinatown is also home to a wide variety of Chinese restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions. It’s a 13-minute walk away down Queensberry Street before turning left onto Little Bourke Street.

How often do I pay my rent?

The easiest way to pay your rent is through their 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.

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

Does property have an airport transfer service?

Yes! To arrange a pick-up service from the airport directly to property, please visit their 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 ridesharing 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 a awesome outdoor rooftop area with cinema, 24/7 gym, games and study areas and a large communal kitchen. 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 U/18 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.

Is there a curfew?

They don’t have a curfew for residents over the age of 18. International residents under the age of 18 must sign a curfew between 9:30pm to 10:00pm. If students miss curfew, their team will follow up with the student and visit their room until they are located to make sure everything is ok. The Next Generation team communicates all curfew breaches to the educational institution on the spot, or the following day, depending on the nature of the breach.

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Melbourne, a vibrant city known for its cultural diversity and world-class education institutions, offers a range of student accommodation options to suit every need. From modern studio apartments to shared flats, there's something for everyone. However, with the popularity of Melbourne as a student destination, on-campus accommodations can fill up quickly, leaving many students in search of off-campus housing near universities like the University of Melbourne and RMIT University. This is where amber comes in.

Amber provides a comprehensive platform for students to search and find their ideal student accommodation in Melbourne easily. Whether you're looking for a cosy studio or a shared apartment close to campus, amber's user-friendly interface makes the process simple and stress-free. With a wide range of options and detailed listings, finding the perfect place to call home during your studies in Melbourne has never been easier. From the initial search to move-in day, amber is there every step of the way, making the transition to student life in Melbourne seamless and enjoyable. Some of the best student housing in Melbourne that you can check out include Scape Peel, Carric Hostel, and Walsh Residence.

About Melbourne

Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia, is located on the southeastern fringe of the Australian landmass in the country's southern central part. Boasting a population of around 5 million people, Melbourne is a bustling metropolis that offers a welcoming environment for international students. With over 49,000 enrollments yearly, the city has a vibrant student population. Known for its architecture, culture, and music, Melbourne is a lively and diverse city that offers a wealth of opportunities for students.

One of Melbourne's key attractions for students is its strong job market, which provides plenty of opportunities for part-time and casual work. The city is also home to many multinational companies, making it an ideal place for students to gain valuable work experience. Melbourne has consistently been voted the most livable city in the world thanks to its great climate, which features mild winters and warm summers. The city is renowned for its excellent food, coffee, and nightlife and boasts plenty of green spaces, including parks and gardens. Melbourne is also home to some of the most prestigious universities globally, renowned for their academic excellence. These universities attract students from around the world, contributing to the city's cultural diversity. Overall, students moving to Melbourne for their higher studies are sure to have a fantastic experience, thanks to the city's welcoming atmosphere and diverse offerings.

Best Student Accommodation in Melbourne

The most essential thing for students when moving to a new city or country is accommodation. There are many student housing in Melbourne available close to major universities like Scape La Trobe and the University of Melbourne, enabling students to save time and money. Students can choose from various student houses, including ensuites, non-ensuites, shared apartments, and studios, with easy accessibility to various cafes and restaurants, shopping centres, healthcare facilities, and commuting options. With amber, you can make your Melbourne student accommodation search easy and hassle-free! Amber offers student accommodation in Melbourne, with options in multiple localities in the city, so you don’t have to worry about the location. Take a look at these student housing in Melbourne:

1. Scape Franklin

2. Carric House

3. Bouverie Residence

4. Scape Carlton

5. Student Living - 740 Swanston

6. Scape Aurora

7. Scape Melbourne Central

8. Scape Victoria Street

9. Scape Queensberry

10. Carlton Residence

Cost of Living in Melbourne

When it comes to the cost of living in Melbourne, it could be a bit expensive, but with proper planning and assessments, students can easily manage their expenses. A lot of factors come into play while estimating a budget, like the location of your Melbourne student accommodation, the rent of your Melbourne student accommodation, and personal preferences. Other expenses like groceries, travelling, and entertainment also impact your cost of living. Make sure to make a proper budget for all your living expenditures and other personal expenses. Below is an estimate of the costs you may incur while living in Melbourne.

1. Off-campus accommodation: AU$1400 - AU$1500 per month

2. Transportation: AU$190 - AU$200 per month

3. Food: AU$900 - AU$1000 per month

4. Entertainment: AU$80 - AU$90 per month

5. Groceries: AU$270 - AU$290 per month

6. Clothes: AU$200 - AU$210 per month

Student Travel in Melbourne

Melbourne's roads are always crowded, with vehicles in a hustle. With a wide range of transportation options, this city makes commuting convenient and easy for students living here. With a well-connected and vast transportation system of trains, buses, and taxis, travelling to any part of the city is hassle-free for students. The automotive fare is also much more affordable than in other cities. Students can get a student travel pass and railcards for an easier commute.’

1. Bus: This service is spread across, making it convenient for students to travel. The average bus fare is AU$5, and the concessional fare is AU$2.25. Many buses in Melbourne are accessible for people with disabilities, including low-floor buses with wheelchair ramps and spaces. If you require assistance getting on or off the bus, the driver can assist. You can take the Southern Cross Station bus stop, Melbourne Central/Lonsdale St bus stop, and Swanston St bus stop.
2. Bicycle: Melbourne is a very bike-friendly city, with many dedicated bike lanes and paths. You can rent a bike through a bike-sharing scheme such as oBike or Melbourne Bike Share or purchase a bike for personal use.
3. Rail: Melbourne has 218 suburban stations on 16 lines, most of which are subway stations. Flinders Street Station is Australia's busiest rail hub that serves the entire network, and remains a prominent Melbourne landmark and meeting place. A full-fare myki card costs $6, and a concession, seniors, or child myki costs $3.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Melbourne

Students need not worry about unwinding after a long week in Melbourne. The city offers a dynamic cultural scene, a diverse population, and a mix of modern and historic architecture. The streets of Melbourne are buzzing with cosy cafes and restaurants, shopping spots, art galleries, antique shops, and amazing clubs and bars. If you are into premium dining, then Villas Restuarant & Bar, Super Inn, and Rice Paper Scissors are among some of the finest restaurants in Melbourne that offer lip-smacking cuisines. Catch up with friends over coffee at Mr Tulk Cafe, Pearson & Murphy's Cafe, and Books n Bites Cafe. Party lovers can go to The Duke of Wellington, The Oxford Scholar, and Melbourne Central Lion to unwind with some drinks and live music. Indulge in some retail therapy at Melbourne Central, Chadstone - The Fashion Capital, and Emporium Melbourne. Art lovers can explore West End Art Space, Mailbox Art Space, and Tolarno Galleries.

Sports fans flock to the Melbourne Cricket Ground, affectionately known as "The G," to witness thrilling Aussie Rules matches in front of crowds exceeding 100,000. In addition to its cultural attractions, Melbourne boasts a stunning natural landscape featuring grand parks, impressive gardens, and beautiful seaside areas. The other popular attractions you must explore include the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Queen Victoria Market, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Skydeck, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), State Library Victoria, and ArtVo.

Melbourne Tourist Attractions

With so many captivating tourist attractions and things to do, it's no wonder Melbourne is among the most famous cities in the world. The hubs, pubs, delightful cafes, leisure places, parks, and clubs drive learners to Melbourne. We have listed some of the most popular tourist attractions that you can explore while staying in the city. Have a look:

1. Cricket Ground
2. Albert Park
3. Melbourne Park
4. Melbourne Skyline
5. Royal Botanic Gardens
6. Federation Square
7. Melbourne Cricket Ground
8. St Kilda Beach
9. Great Ocean Road
10. National Gallery of Victoria

Top Universities in Melbourne

Melbourne is home to some of the best universities offering a range of undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs across disciplines! You can find your ideal university for your preferred course. We have listed some of Melbourne's top universities below:

1. Charles Sturt University
2. Asia Pacific International College
3. Edith Cowan University
4. Victorian Institute Of Technology
5. Melbourne Institute of Technology
6. Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
7. Australian Catholic University

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