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Scape South Bank, Brisbane
Large Studio, Double Bed - Bedroom
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4.8
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Scape South Bank, Brisbane

Merivale St, South Brisbane, 4101, Australia
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About the Property

Scape South Bank Brisbane, located on Merivale St. 4101, is one of the most spacious options for student accommodation in Brisbane. They offer studio, ensuite and shared apartments with amazing features, giving the students everything they need for a comfortable stay. The University of Queensland, SAE Institute and Griffith University are in close proximity to Scape South Bank.


Scape South Bank is close to the Brisbane River and the City Center. Brisbane is famous for its tourist attractions and is also the capital of Queensland. Scape South Bank student accommodation is famous for its tourist attractions and its natural parks. The city is situated around the Brisbane River, which it is also named on. Scape South Bank Brisbane is ideal because of its proximity to popular tourist attractions as well as the art galleries and architecture. Queensland is one of the most popular states in the country for its beaches and majestic landscape. Brisbane is always in a fun mood because of its sporting events like cricket and rugby. The people of Brisbane are quite excited about rugby, and there are multiple sporting events related to rugby that take place often. Areas around Scape South Bank feature a lot of parklands where one can go for cycling and hiking activities. The presence of the Brisbane River also brings activities like rowing and water polo. A fun fact about Brisbane is its nickname - "The City." Brisbane also has many universities, like The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology and Griffith University. Brisbane student accommodation also gets many international students from around the world, mainly from China and India. Brisbane also shares its boundaries with Gold Coast and Sunshine County. Scape South Bank is the ideal choice for those who wish to study in the best universities Australia has to offer, as well as enjoy the beauty of the Australian landscape.

Features

Scape South Bank Brisbane offers studio apartments, ensuite apartments and bedroom apartments. Scape South Bank has high-speed Wi-Fi, so you are always connected to the world. Scape South Bank is fully air-conditioned and controlled according to the climate. Every room has a study desk you can use to keep your academics in check. The flat-screen TV in the room is enough to clear away your university blues, while the kitchenette can be conveniently used to cook up your favourite comfort food. One can even use the shared kitchen area and shared dining area for a fun cookout together, which you can enjoy with friends.


Scape South Bank features a regular events program to help break the ice and give you the space to socialise while the management community is ever present to help you out with any issues you may face. Students get a cinema room and games room to rest in and chill with friends. Students can utilise the study room to focus and complete their assignments. Wi-Fi, heating, water, and electricity are all paid for within the rent you pay every month.

Location and What's Hot?

Scape South Bank Brisbane is the ideal student accommodation due to its proximity to various colleges and universities like TAFE Queensland (Southbank campus), being only a brief walkable distance away. Central Queensland University, too, is a brief drive away, as well as the SAE Institute and the Queensland University of Technology, which are both a short drive away.


Brisbane is really famous for its cafes and restaurants. One can find continental food and a variety of cuisines in Brisbane. C'est Bon Restaurant and Le Bon Bar is one of Brisbane's most popular restaurants, offering great French cuisine. Brisbane is also famous for its nature, where one can visit the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary for a fun day with Koalas. Lone Pine is also the world's largest Koala sanctuary. You can also feed them by hand and spend your day around playful kangaroos and platypuses. You can enjoy the view of Brisbane through the Mount Coot-tha summit and enjoy specially curated drinks and food for you and your friends. The Boondall Wetlands Reserve boasts a gorgeous view of the wetlands and the wildlife, so ensure you have your cameras ready. The city has amazing cocktail bars and clubs like Finney Isles, a classy cocktail bar whose bartenders are highly determined to change the bar scene in Brisbane. Summa House boasts about its afternoon parties and how it quickly changes into a classy club at night. Having an array of amazing houses and trendy music, this is surely something to boast about. The Brightside is the holy grail of clubs in Brisbane; from Taylor Swift to Flume, they have music for every party. The Brightside is extremely popular among the youth in Brisbane, so get your dance shoes on because Brightside isn't going to let you stop dancing. If you are someone who doesn't want to stop dancing - spread over three floors, five bars and four dance floors, The Met is the place to go. Hosting big names like Skrillex, Steve Aoki and Flume, this is the busiest club in Brisbane.

Commute

Areas near Scape South Bank Brisbane have an extensive network of public transportation. It is recommended to get a go card to use public transportation in Brisbane. Your Go card is basically where you add funds to it and tap it every time you board your preferred type of public transportation. The nearest bus stop to Scape South Bank is South Bank Busway Station, which is right around the corner. One can use the South Bank train station to move around and outside of Queensland. You can also use e-bikes and cycles to get around Brisbane. Log onto your Neuron account and use the bikes they provide. If you'd like to come home to a nice evening view back to Scape South Bank, we recommend taking the ferry and getting down at the Maritime Museum ferry terminal and enjoying the cool evening breeze.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Water
Electricity
Heating

Common Amenities

Events program
Management Community
Lightning fast WIFI
Games Room
Cinema Room
Reception

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a viewing take?

Depends, does the student want to view the whole building and room or just room only.

What will I see at the viewing?

Depends, does the student want to view the whole building and room or just room only.

Who can live at the property (couple, parents)?

Students. If it’s an U18 approved building, no non-students are allowed. Couples (students) need to be subjected to room availability.

Is there an age limit for booking?

The main cohort of students in our assets are 18-25 years old. If you have someone who is not within this key group, we want to make sure they fit within the resident community hence more information about the person needs to be submitted for approval.

Can I choose who I live with?

No, unless you book with someone in a twin or apply with other tenants in a shared apartment. If you’re picky with room mates, best to book a studio.

Can I keep a fridge in my room or use additional electronics?

All rooms are furnished. You must not buy another fridge else you’ll compromise voltage allowance and May short circuit.

Are there spare rooms for visitors to stay in?

Depends. Again no visitors allowed in U18 approved buildings.

If I don’t get on with my new roommates can I change rooms?

Resolved at property level, but residents chose to live in a shared apartment so the first scenario would be mediation with a management staff.

What appliances are included in your apartment when you arrive?

Usually for qns 12, fridge is provided but common items like kettle, personal kitchenware items are not provided.

Who is responsible for cleaning?

You. Or in a shared apartment, everyone. 

Can we bring guests over?

Guest Hosting Policy:-

Studio Apartments: Residents can register a guest for maximum 4 nights in a month. Residents will have to accompany their guest at all times in the building.

Shared Apartments - Resident needs to make sure all housemates are aware prior to registering the guests details at Reception. Residents will have to accompany their guest at all times in the building. If it is a single gender apartment, an opposite gender cannot be an overnight guest.

There will be no Under 18 guest stay unless approved by the university or guardian.

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Student Accomodations in Brisbane

Brisbane Student Accommodation

Discovering the perfect student accommodation in Brisbane may require some effort, but it's certainly not a daunting task. It is relatively easy to find Brisbane student housing at reasonable prices. These student residence in Brisbane are located near many renowned universities, such as SAE Institute, University of Queensland, University of the Sunshine Coast, TAFE Queensland (Southbank Campus), Australian Institute of Business and Technology, and BROWNS English Language School.


Ranging from luxurious student housing to the budget-friendly Brisbane student accommodation, it has properties for everyone. Studios, private residence halls, and PBSA are the three types of Brisbane student accommodation available. There are several affordable student accommodation Brisbane in various versatile locations. Private student housing is inexpensive, comfortable, and luxurious, and the property configurations include en-suites, studios, and shared apartments. This is where amber steps in as your reliable companion. Amber streamlines Brisbane student housing search process, offering a vast database of options tailored to your requirements. Whether seeking convenience, cost-effectiveness, or specific amenities, amber simplifies finding the perfect student housing.

About Brisbane

The beautiful capital city, Brisbane, is a wonderful place and a great adventure spot. With an exquisite education system, the city attracts a huge number of students from all over the world. The latest advancements in technology, city innovation and creativity can be seen in its architecture & everyday life. The city welcomes people from all over the world and is known for creating a safe environment for them. You will find people from different ethnicities and backgrounds mixing well in the city’s vibrant life.

With many leading universities, students will get a great chance to explore different courses and increase their chances of getting selected for one of them. What makes Brisbane different from other cities is the exceptional number of wildlife sanctuaries and river cruises, which will give one view of the entire city. Students will also get the chance to explore nature by visiting various Botanic Gardens, which have a wide range of flora species. Not just this, the city offers great nightlife as well; students can explore different cafes and clubs over the weekend to celebrate their birthdays or special occasions as well. If you love water, then the city is for you as it has some of the best beaches where you can chill out.

Best Student Accommodation in Brisbane

With a large number of students enrolling for better education in the city, finding perfect Brisbane student housing can be a daunting task. But amber makes this tiresome process of picking, paying, and booking easy and flexible for students. Brisbane student housing offers a wide range of facilities and amenities for students to choose from, which will make their stay amazing in the city. Brisbane student accommodation makes one feel happy and comfortable in an environment where they can peacefully study and stay. Taking care of all the necessities, the Brisbane student housing is close to many universities, which makes the travelling part easy and sorted as well. Below are some of the best Brisbane student housing for you to choose from:

1. UniLodge Herstone

2. UniLodge Park Central 

3. Scape Regent

4. University Park Accommodation

5. Scape Tribune

6. Scape South Bank

7. Scape St. Lucia

8. UniLodge South Bank

Cost of living in Brisbane

Living in Brisbane student accommodation is much more affordable than living in Sydney. So to further help plan out your budget and expenses, we have provided rough estimates of a few other mandatory costs you will have to bear while living in Brisbane student accommodation. Here is a breakdown:

1. Rent: $600-$1760 /per month

2. Utilities (gas, electricity, water): $150-$175/per month

3. Food: $320-$600/per month

4. Mobile phone/internet: $80-$120/per month

5. Public transport: $50-$100/per month

Student travel Brisbane

Brisbane has a large transportation network that connects it to regional hubs, interstate, and international locations. The most common means of transportation in Sydney, as in many Australian cities, is a private vehicle. Travel by public transportation comprises rail, bus, and ferry services. TransLink serves South East Queensland with a uniform ticketing and electronic payment system (known as a 'go card'). The city is a hub for all public transportation services, focusing on the Roma Street, Central, and Fortitude Valley railway stations. There are ferry wharves at King George Square, Queen Street, Roma Street bus terminals, North Quay, Riverside, and QUT Gardens Point. The transport links in Brisbane City connect swiftly to all of the major student properties in Brisbane.


1. Bus: Brisbane has a large dedicated bus rapid transit network known as the Brisbane Busway network. The busway stations on King George Square, Queen Street, and Roma Street are major network centres. The average adult fare is $4.80, going up to $8.00 as distance rises.

2. Rail: The Queensland Rail City network has 152 railway stations located along 13 suburban rail lines and throughout the metropolitan area, including the Airport line, Beenleigh line, Caboolture line, Cleveland line, Doomben line, Exhibition line, and so on. A day of rail travel will cost you between $90 and $170.

3. Bicycle: Central Brisbane promotes cycling, with numerous dedicated routes such as Brisbane River Loop, Kedron Brook Bikeway, and Wynnum To Manly Shoreline. Riding is not only eco-friendly but also cost-effective.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Brisbane

Spending some of the crucial years of life, one needs to be familiar with the city and its lifestyle as well. Brisbane is not just an educational hub but is home to some of the best tourist attractions one can explore. While spending their daily hours in college and studies, students can spend their weekends and holidays exploring the city.

Brisbane offers a wide range of places to visit. Hence, students wouldn’t get bored here. South Bank Parklands is an oasis situated on the edge of the Brisbane CBD, which one can explore during weekends. If you are into wildlife, then visit the beautiful Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and spend some time amidst the most beautiful Koalas and other animals. The Brisbane River is another beautiful spot that can refresh one’s mind after a long time in college. Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt. Coot-tha is home to the living fossil where a tree has been growing for more than 200 million years. The nightlife here is buzzing with zizz and light all through the night; some of the famous clubs include The Cabaret Nightclub, Family Nightclub, Prohibition Brisbane, and Prohibition Brisbane. Visit the City Hall, the epic historical building of the city, to relive the history. If you are an art lover, then visit the Gallery of Modern Art to witness some of the beautiful artworks. The Museum of Brisbane is another building of historical importance that will take you back to the history of the city.

Brisbane Tourist attraction

Brisbane is home to some of the finest tourist attractions in the city. Well, to rejuvenate and refresh, students can spend some time visiting these beautiful places from their Brisbane student accommodation. Some of the tourist attractions in the city are:

1. Story Bridge

2. Opal Museum

3. Suncorp Stadium

4. Channel Seven Wheel of Brisbane

5. Boggo Road Gaol

6. Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park

7. Brisbane Powerhouse

Universities in Brisbane

The city of Brisbane is known for its educational system and has some of the best universities that attract students from across the world. Below are some of the top universities in Brisbane.

1. SAE Institute

2. University of Queensland

3. University of Sunshine Coast

4. BROWNS English Language School

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