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Student Accommodations in 
Bundoora, Melbourne

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College Dr, Bundoora
3.4 mi from City Center
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gym
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BBQ
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AU$230/week
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Kingsbury Dr, Bundoora
3.6 mi from City Center
( 1h 23m
11m
35m )
Gym
Parking
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AU$230/week
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Menzies Dr, Bundoora
3.5 mi from City Center
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13m
35m )
gym
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Barbeque
2 Room Options
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AU$275/week
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College Dr, Bundoora
3.4 mi from City Center
( 1h 18m
11m
32m )
Study area
Laundry facility
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2 Room Options
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AU$305/week
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Peel St, North Melbourne
11.6 mi from City Center
( 4h 24m
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1h 17m )
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Franklin St, Melbourne
11.6 mi from City Center
( 4h 25m
33m
1h 8m )
cinema
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8 Room Options
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AU$469/week
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Bell St, Preston
6.0 mi from City Center
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17m
30m )
dual occupancy
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Bell St, Preston
6.0 mi from City Center
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Victoria St, Melbourne
11.7 mi from City Center
( 4h 3m
31m
1h 18m )
lounge
Quiet Space
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AU$250/week
Bouverie St, Carlton
11.4 mi from City Center
( 3h 55m
32m
1h 8m )
gym
bills included
laundry facility
5 Room Options
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can I find student accommodation in Bundoora?

When you choose a room from our wide range of properties in Bundoora, our experts will provide you with free service until the end of your process. We assist you in finding the ideal location while eliminating all the hassles. If you have any questions, you can contact our booking experts at any time of the day.

Which is the best student accommodation in Bundoora?

Unilodge @ RMIT Bundoora, Melbourne, is the best student accommodation in Bundoora providing excellent amenities and facilities.

Can I book my student accommodation according to my preference?

Absolutely! Your preference is our priority. Our housing options cater to your expectations and needs. Click here to find out more. Student accommodations tend to sell out quickly, so be sure to book yours at the earliest. Ensure that you get the best according to your choice.

What is the most affordable rent in Bundoora?

Unilodge @ Melbourne, located near Bundoora, provides the best accommodation for a reasonable AU $149 per week and a decent range of facilities.

How much money am I going to spend on bills?

This depends on the property you rent, but most of our student accommodation in Bundoora includes accounts, so you'll only have to pay the rent. WiFi is included in the statements, as are other amenities such as a gym, a gaming room, a cinema room, and other common areas.

Can I get a discount on student accommodation in Bundoora?

Yes, students who book early often receive significant discounts and pay significantly less rent for their accommodations. You can also take advantage of group booking discounts.

Can I share my student accommodation with a friend?

Yes, you can share accommodations with your friends, but depending on the property, you may be charged a small fee. You can either share an apartment or choose dual occupancy studios. Living in groups may also result in a discount. 

Can I view my Bundoora student flat before booking?

Yes. If you'd like to schedule a viewing of your student accommodation in Bundoora before booking a property, please contact our booking experts, and we'll set up a virtual tour for you.

What are the different types of student accommodation in Bundoora?

Our student accommodation is divided into three significant configurations:

A shared room is one in which two or more students share a single room, bathroom, kitchen, and other common areas.

En-suite/Private room: An en-suite is a private bedroom and bathroom, while the kitchen and living areas are shared.

A self-contained studio unit includes a bedroom, a kitchen, and a private bathroom. Subject to the policies of the accommodation provider, two students may book a single studio together.

As a result, you can make an informed decision based on your interests. Depending on your budget, you can choose between shared and private apartments.

Can I get furnished student accommodation in Bundoora?

Yes, all student accommodation is fully furnished. 

How do I pay for my student accommodation?

You can make the payment via numerous modes, including net banking or your debit card. We also have our own payment portal where we can assist you with the process. Click here for further information.

Student Accomodations in Bundoora, Melbourne

Student Accommodation in Bundoora

Finding appropriate student accommodation in Bundoora can be tedious, but with the right help, the process can be smooth. Amber has many student accommodation options with uber-comfort, available at a reasonable price. Bundoora student accommodation can be found near many world-renowned universities, like La Trobe University and RMIT University

The city of Melbourne, of which Bundoora is a part, comprises everything from luxurious student accommodation in Bundoora to pocket-friendly student housing in Melbourne CBD. All the student hostels in Bundoora are built for the utmost comfort of the students. The area has something for everybody. Student accommodation in the area is further segregated into halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private housing. 

Private student accommodation in Bundoora comprises comfortable, luxurious, budget-friendly en-suites, studios, and shared apartments, including all bills. Student housing in Bundoora ranges from AU $149–427/week. Housing options are also available for students looking for short-term tenancies in Bundoora. Some of the most preferred options for private student accommodation in Bundoora are Scape Lincoln College, Melbourne, Iglu Melbourne City and Iglu South Yarra.

About Bundoora

Bundoora is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 15 km north-east of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the Cities of Banyule, Darebin, and Whittlesea local government areas.The word Bundoora is derived from "Keelbundoora", the name of a 19th-century Wurundjeri tribesman. The suburb is known for being one of the oldest aboriginal lands in Australia. Bundoora is bordered on the north by Mill Park, on the east by Greensborough, Watsonia, and Macleod, on the south by Heidelberg West, and on the west by Kingsbury, Reservoir, and Thomastown. The suburb is particularly popular with families because it is blessed with quiet streets and large houses. The locality is also a student favourite as two premier university campuses are situated here: La Trobe University and RMIT University.

Hundreds of thousands of students flock to this locality every year, making it a popular educational destination in the country.

Best Student Accommodation in Bundoora

Student accommodation should be a well-researched & thought-out decision during your overall moving abroad process; failure to do this would result in a troubled consequence & unnecessary added stress. Ideally, student accommodation should encompass three main aspects; accessibility, convenience, & location. By accessibility, the student accommodation should be close to universities & transport systems. The property should have basic amenities such as a fully equipped room, wardrobe, bed, bathroom, & kitchenette, WiFi, electricity, and water facilities. In terms of location, the student accommodation should be close to grocery stores, entertainment areas, & the hustle and bustle of the city. Apart from this, you should also align your budget and living preferences with your choice of accommodation. All this research requires time, but this can be done in minutes if you book with amber. Amber is a trusted and student-loved platform that provides student-friendly accommodations that are personalised to your preferences and needs. With world-class amenities like game rooms, gyms, and cinema rooms, and a focus on community building, many student accommodations in Melbourne have become student favourites:

  1. Campus Melbourne
  2. Together Co-Living
  3. Student Living-550 Lygon 
  4. Scape Melbourne Central
  5. Scape Aurora 

Cost of Living

Financing & budgeting your move to a different city is a crucial part of your plan. Acquainting yourself with the cost of living will help you make wise financial decisions, and help you will reduce spending and save more. Even though Melbourne is quite an expensive city to live in, an international student should expect to keep a bracket of $800- $1000, including all their living expenses, which is essential to worry-free student life. To account for the time in research & efforts, here are a few estimates that would give you an average estimate to keep your finances in check while living in Bundoora Melbourne. It is important to note that these expenses can vary largely due to students' spending habits.

  1. Food and Groceries- $80- $120/ weekly
  2. Gas, Electricity, Water Bills- $40- $60/ weekly
  3. Mobile-$20- $60/ weekly
  4. Transportation-$80- $130 / weekly
  5. Miscellaneous-$100-$150/ weekly

Student Travel in Bundoora

Melbourne has some of the best inter transport connectivity in the world; With a wide range of transport modes ranging from buses, trains, metros, trams, etc.; the city’s transportation is well distributed and linked to all major parts of the city. At Bundoora, students usually avail the bus and tram service as convenient transport options. Apart from this, the area is also very environmentally conscious, as there are cycling tracks & pedestrian pathways for people who prefer to commute by cycling or walking. Luckily, most of the Bundoora student accommodation is close to our properties; here are the most used transport options:

Bus

Bundoora has good & decent bus connectivity connected to major parts of the city, universities, train stations, suburbs, shopping centres, etc. Students can rely on bus transportation as it is reliable & affordable; a one-way ticket might cost you around $4-$6. You can also avail of discounts and make it cheaper with the help of a Myki travel card and get up to 50% off on your fares. There are many bus stops near “any” Bundoora student accommodation.

Bicycles

Bicycles are the best way to travel across the city and cause zero carbon emissions and environmental harm. By supporting this environmentally friendly initiative, Bundoora has made bike lanes & shared pathways to ensure a safe cycling environment. Like the buses, the bike lanes are well-connected to shopping areas, parks, and universities.

Trams

Melbourne has a history of trams; it is not only the oldest and most popular mode of transport; but also the largest network in the world. The tram route 86 runs through the Bundoora area, which has direct access to the city centre. On average, tram tickets cost around $5, but swiping a Myki travel card can reduce the price to $2.5. Luckily, most of the trams are located near student accommodation Bundoora.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Bundoora

For most students, a satisfying student life compromises a balance of academics and entertainment; Although the locality is part of Melbourne, it is far from the hustle and bustle of city life, making Bundoora an ideal place for students to live in. The locality is known for its peaceful and quiet environment. Students who choose to live in this locality must know that this suburb isn't exactly a place of excitement and thrills but rather a place of quaint and tranquillity.

A number of shopping hubs provide residents with all the basics, and there are tons of restaurants catering to every taste. Even though thousands of students live here or nearby, nightlife options are extremely limited, and this is definitely not a party town.

The suburb is home to the Greensborough Lanes, the Bundoora Brumbies Baseball Club, and several public golf courses.

The suburb is covered with green spaces and parks. The most popular is Bundoora Park, a 180-hectare (445 acre) public park with Mount Cooper, which is supposedly Melbourne's highest point and is a minor tourist attraction.

The suburb is home to some of the finest restaurants in the state of Victoria, which students can check out.

Tourist Attractions in or around Bundoora

Melbourne is one of the major Australian cultural hubs, as it represents the best of Australian history with its museums, diversity & belongingness through its bustling Chinatowns, Little India, Greek Precinct, and Carlton. Several places across the city promote indigenous arts, music, and traditional theatre, which acquaint people with the rich cultural heritage of Australia. Apart from this, a lot of rich flora and fauna add to the area's appeal. Here are some of the best tourist attractions near Bundoora Melbourne:

  1. Bundoora Park
  2. Uni Hills Factory Outlets
  3. Copper’s Settlement
  4. Bundoora Homestead Art Centre
  5. Plenty George Park

Universities in Bundoora

A part of Melbourne’s irresistible charm for international students lies in its top-quality education. With most of the top Australian universities on Melbourne’s soil, the city is best suited for students who want to build a strong impact on their careers & have international exposure. Most of the universities in Melbourne have featured in high QS rankings, offer an array of course teachings, have global recognition and kindle relevant skills like research and innovation amongst students. Here are some of the top universities in Bundoora Melbourne that are great for nurturing your skills & increasing your employability.

  1. La Trobe University
  2. RMIT Campus]
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