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Student Accommodations in 
Darlinghurst, Sydney

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Victoria St, Potts Point
0.5 mi from City Center
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5m
11m )
Wifi
bills included
5 Room Options
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From
AU$260/week
Flinders St, Darlinghurst
0.5 mi from City Center
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6m
11m )
AC
Internet
TV
6 Room Options
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AU$275/week
Allen St, Pyrmont
1.6 mi from City Center
( 39m
11m
22m )
TV area
Shared lounge
Garden
2 Room Options
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From
AU$300/week
Old South Head Rd, Woollahra
2.6 mi from City Center
( 52m
11m
21m )
Lounge
Street Parking
bills included
4 Room Options
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AU$310/week
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Mountain St, Ultimo
1.7 mi from City Center
( 41m
12m
26m )
fitness centres
bills included
study area
7 Room Options
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AU$449/week
Wattle St, Ultimo
1.6 mi from City Center
( 39m
11m
26m )
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AU$459/week
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Darling Dr, Haymarket
1.3 mi from City Center
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25m )
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Eveleigh St, Redfern
1.9 mi from City Center
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28m )
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AU$549/week
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City Rd, Darlington
2.2 mi from City Center
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16m
30m )
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Gibbons St, Redfern
2.0 mi from City Center
( 43m
13m
48m )
gym
game room
laundry facility
7 Room Options
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AU$559/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

It's beneficial to start your hunt for Darlinghurst accommodation early. Amber will help you with the paperwork about the place, the amenities, the location and the proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure smooth booking.

What should I look for while booking student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Consider the following things while looking at the student accommodation in Darlinghurst with amber.

  1. Number of people you want to live with
  2. Housing-catered or self-catered
  3. Ensuite or studio
  4. Single or double-bed
  5. Room size
  6. Budget
  7. Accommodation
  8. Any additional facilities

How can one rent a student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of options for Darlinghurst accommodation, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team.

Which factors decide the rent of student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Several factors affect the rent for accommodation, and location is one of the essential aspects. The amount of rent to pay also depends on various amenities and facilities provided by the housing apart from the residential area.

Which is the best student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Scape Darling, Sydney, is the best property, providing excellent amenities and facilities. However, one must do complete research before finalising their accommodation.

Which bills does the student accommodation in Darlinghurst cover?

The accommodation covers rent bills, wifi, water, electricity and heating, making students stay more pocket-friendly.

How do I pay rent for my student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay rent for accommodation via net banking or debit card. We also have our payment portal, where we can help you with the procedure.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Yes, students who book accommodations earlier often earn generous discounts and pay rent at a significantly discounted rate for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

What are the different types of student accommodation in Darlinghurst?

Our properties mainly consist of different types of studios, en-suites and shared rooms. You can thus make an informed decision based on your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending on your budget.

Does the student accommodation in Darlinghurst offer communal spaces?

The student apartments in Darlinghurst, offered by amber, provide several communal spaces where you can spend time with your roommates.

Student Accomodations in Darlinghurst, Sydney

Darlinghurst Student Accommodation

Darlinghurst is a funky inner-city suburb in the southeastern part of Sydney. The suburb's Oxford Street is the Centre for the LGBT scene. It is an untroubled, peaceful place a few minutes away from the city buzz. Student accommodation in Darlinghurst is something students search for to experience an affordable and comfortable stay. Amber provides multiple stay options ranging from premium bedroom apartments to classic studios, all catering to students' specific needs. Finding Darlinghurst student accommodations won't be a complete hassle. Subsequently, amber provides multiple Darlinghurst accommodations at very convenient places, including Scape Darling Square, Sydney, Scape at the University of Sydney, Sydney, and Scape Sydney Central, Sydney. Additionally, Darlinghurst is home to well-known universities offering diverse courses attracting students worldwide. Some notable universities in Darlinghurst are the Sydney College of English, the University of Technology and Torrens University. Darlinghurst Accommodations are easily situated at convenient spots with proximity to the universities and other vital amenities.

About Darlinghurst

A few miles away from the city centre is the suburb of Darlinghurst, with a population density of 12,000 persons per square foot. It is counted as one of the main suburbs in Sydney and has a below-average crime and property rate, making it a safe neighbourhood. Ultimately, it is a safe place for students as well. The suburbs support same-sex pride. Darlinghurst is a safe and desirable spot operating buzzing restaurants and pubs. The suburb traffic is very moderate, even in the mornings, the affordability scale is reasonable, and the locality is home to various monuments and tourist attractions. Some tourist attractions include Hyde Park, the Australian Museum, the Sydney Jewish Museum, and Champainting Sydney- a paint-and-sip experience. Sydney has an advanced transportation system. It is easy to access and inexpensive. Get yourself a travel card to save on travelling expenses, and avoid hiring taxis since they can be a little pricey.

Best Student Accommodation in Darlinghurst

Students often opt for off-campus accommodation due to the limited spots available in university housing and the speed at which they get filled up. They desire to have off-campus accommodation near the university for an untroubled commute. Student accommodations in Darlinghurst provided by Amber are wisely situated near universities and comprise stays ranging from premium to classic. One can opt for a studio or a bedroom apartment with additional amenities like communal spaces, gym, game room, etc., included in their rent. Darlinghurst falls very close to the metropolitan city of Sydney, making Darlinghurst Accommodation more desirable. Student accommodations in Darlinghurst offered by amber are located in several suburban spots. Some Darlinghurst accommodations include;

  1. Scape Darling Square, Sydney
  2. Scape at University of Sydney, Sydney
  3. Scape Sydney Central, Sydney
  4. Iglu Redfern Student Accommodation, Sydney
  5. Dayman Apartments, Sydney
  6. Sydney Student Living Top Ryde, Sydney
  7. Sydney Village North Ryde, Sydney
  8. BELONG Strathfield, Sydney
  9. UME Redfern Village, Sydney
  10. UME Redfern, Sydney

Cost of Living in Darlinghurst

Along with your student accommodation in Darlinghurst, you will also have other expenses. Keeping a journal lodging in entries about expenses and savings is always better. Below is the rough estimation of necessary costs to estimate your cost of living in Sydney;

  1. Rent- 200-500 AU$ per week
  2. Food and Groceries- 200-250 AU$ per month
  3. Travel - 50-100 AU$ per month
  4. Phone Plan- 10-50 AU$ per month
  5. Recreation-100-200 AU$ per month

Student Travel in Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst is a suburb a few kilometres from the city of Sydney. Fortunately, the region has access to good public transport. Taxis, buses, light rail lines and ferries complement Darlinghurst's public transport system. Opal is Sydney's smartcard ticketing system for paying for public transport. One may wisely refer to an app to know alternate routes to the same destination to skip the traffic. Let's know more about the transport system and the local fare below;

  1. Bus: One could commute by bus in and around the city just fine. There are several prominent spots for buses in the region: Darlinghurst Rd at Oxford's St, Darlinghurst Rd opp Green Park, and Kings Cross Station(Stand A). With a travel card handy, a bus ride will only cost you around 2-5 AU$, depending on your destination.
  2. Rail: The one prominent railway stop in Darlinghurst is Kings Cross Station; it is the fastest way to the central and has ATMs available for opal recharge. Getting familiarised with the train timings and lines that stop at Darlinghurst is important. People often commute by train to travel long distances for a traffic-free route. Depending on your destination, a train ticket will cost you around 5-10 AU$.
  3. Bicycle: Regarding affordability, walking and cycling are great ways to experience a new place. Special lanes are maintained for bicycles. Walking is a habit one needs to inculcate to save on expenses. If the spot you need to arrive is within walking distance, indulge in it.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst, as we know, is one of the safest suburbs in Sydney, with a lower-than-average crime rate and is open to the LGBT community. The town is known for its funky clubs, restaurants and other attractions. The universities in and around the suburb attract students worldwide, offering some world-class courses. Students also reside at the Darlinghurst student accommodations due to the reasonable rent and proximity to Sydney city centre. Some tourist attractions here include the Darlinghurst Theatre Company Sydney Jewish Museum, where one can learn about Jewish history from biblical to the new times. Blue Spinach is a boutique that is famous for recycled clothing. Some restaurants worth the visit here include Element Bar and Grill on Palmer Street, rated as one of the top restaurants in Sydney; Sagra Restaurant, an Italian place on Stanley Street that has the best staff; and Bills on Liverpool Street, a fancy pricey restaurant worth your visit. Some famous clubs include Club 77, Palms on Oxford Nightclub and the Nevermind Nightclub. Such places attract a lot of crowds during the weekends, and following the tradition, a few local artists and bands conduct concerts here. Darlinghurst also initiates fun events, music and food festivals, bringing the community together for celebration.

Tourist Attractions in Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst is widely known for its Museums. It is a peaceful place surrounded by greenery away from the city buzz. People often come down to the suburbs for some quiet time; below are a few tourist attractions near the Darlinghurst student accommodation;

  1. Sydney Jewish Museum
  2. Australian Museum
  3. Australian Museum of Magical Arts
  4. Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras
  5. Australian Centre of Photography

Universities in Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst is home to some notable universities, with a diverse range of courses attracting students worldwide. Below are a few universities situated in and near Darlinghurst;

  1. Sydney College of English
  2. University of Technology
  3. Torrens university
  4. William Angliss institute
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