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Elizabeth Bay, Sydney

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Victoria St, Potts Point
0.5 mi from City Center
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AU$260/week
Flinders St, Darlinghurst
1.2 mi from City Center
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AU$275/week
Allen St, Pyrmont
2.1 mi from City Center
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32m )
TV area
Shared lounge
Garden
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AU$300/week
Old South Head Rd, Woollahra
2.5 mi from City Center
( 48m
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25m )
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4 Room Options
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AU$310/week
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Wattle St, Ultimo
2.4 mi from City Center
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Mountain St, Ultimo
2.5 mi from City Center
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Darling Dr, Haymarket
2.1 mi from City Center
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Quay St, Haymarket
2.0 mi from City Center
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Eveleigh St, Redfern
2.7 mi from City Center
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Abercrombie St, Redfern
2.5 mi from City Center
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q1) How can a student rent Elizabeth Bay accommodation?

Select, pay, and book. After making a short choice from our selection of student housing, our team of experts will offer free assistance throughout the entire booking procedure. For more information, click here.

Q2) How much rent does a student pay for Elizabeth Bay accommodation?

Several factors decide the rent of student housing, and one of the essential aspects is the location. The cost of student housing in this locality can range between AU$190 - AU$830/week. Apart from the location, the rent also depends on the various amenities and facilities provided by the accommodation and the room's configuration. Watch this video to know more.  

Q3) What are the best areas for students to live near Elizabeth Bay?

No matter where you live, amber provides all the amenities necessary for successful student life. Some of the most well-liked, reasonably priced, and ethnically diverse neighbourhoods nearby include Darlinghurst, Sydney CBD, Australia Square, Surry Hills, and Haymarket. To choose what's ideal for you, you must consider your budget and commute to university. 

Q4) Which is the most affordable Elizabeth Bay student accommodation?

Marrickville offers the best accommodation for an extremely reasonable price of AU$190/week while providing you with a decent range of facilities.  

Q5) How much money will I spend on bills?

Depending on the rental, you may only have to pay the rent; however, the majority of our Elizabeth Bay student accommodation includes all utilities. WiFi and other amenities including a gym, game room, movie theatre, and social areas are all included in the costs. 

Q6) Can I get discounts for Elizabeth Bay student accommodation?

Yes, students who reserve housing in advance frequently receive good discounts and pay significantly lower rent. You can also benefit from bulk booking savings and cashback. 

Q7) Can I stay with a friend at my Elizabeth Bay student accommodation?

You can share accommodations with friends, but depending on the resort, you might have to pay a small premium. You can choose dual occupancy studios or share an apartment. You may also be eligible for a discount if you live in a group. 

Q8) How do I pay for my Elizabeth Bay student accommodation?

Numerous payment options are available, including debit card or net banking. We can help you with the procedure by using our own payment portal. Here’s a video to answer your question.  

Q9) What are the different types of Elizabeth Bay student accommodation available?

Our student housing options are classified into three major types:

Shared: A shared room is where two or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other common spaces.

En-suite/Private room: An en-suite is where you get a private bedroom and bathroom, whereas the kitchen and living areas are shared with others.

Studios: A studio is a self-contained unit with a bedroom, a kitchen, and a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

You can thus make an informed decision based upon your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending upon your budget. Watch this video to get a better idea.  

Q10) Can I view my Elizabeth Bay student accommodation before booking?

Yes. Get in touch with one of our booking specialists and we will set up a virtual tour for you if you'd like to arrange a viewing before making a reservation.  

Student Accomodations in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney

Elizabeth Bay Student Accommodation

Elizabeth Bay is the quieter sister to its neighbour, Potts Point. It's got the same dense mix of grand apartment buildings, beautiful terraces, and high-rise condos. But while it's got a few cafes and restaurants and the great Bird & Bear Boathouse on the water, it's definitely not a dining and nightlife hub. This is a great arrangement for its residents, who get to walk a few minutes to the excitement of Potts Point and, at the end of the night, return to their nice homes with killer views of the harbour.

Amber offers a wide range of options for Elizabeth Bay accommodation. Many of the listed homes offer both shared and private accommodations, and we offer a variety of possibilities for Elizabeth Bay accommodation. Finding and reserving amber student accommodation is simple. We've made it easier for you to find the perfect student house for your needs and budget with our search tool, which enables you to browse for apartments in a given city, neighbourhood, or close to a specific university. You can also sort the accommodation according to their cost and distance from the school, or you can let us propose the best options for you. You will have a fantastic home base from which to enjoy student life and the pleasures of living in this cultural city when you reserve your ideal student house with us. These student accommodation options are also close to universities such as National Art School, University of Newcastle, La Trobe University, Navitas English Sydney Hyde Park, University of New South Wales (CBD Campus), and Sydney Business School.

About Elizabeth Bay

A harbourside suburb located just 3 km east of the Sydney central business district, this locality has always been a high-class address ever since Colonial Secretary, Alexander Macleay, built his exclusive residence there in 1837. The suburb takes its name from the bay on Sydney Harbour. Macleay Point separates Elizabeth Bay from Rushcutters Bay. This suburb is surrounded by the suburbs of Rushcutters Bay and Potts Point. Kings Cross is a locality on the south-western border, and Garden Island is a locality to the north. This locality is part of the densest urban area in Australia, with its own population of 5,000 and is closely linked to Potts Point and Rushcutters Bay. In the 1930s it shared in a boom in flats built in the Art Deco style, a significant collection now heritage-listed. Although some high-rise developments dominate some areas, the fine-grained streetscapes, lined with White Magnolias and small cafes, provide a localised intimacy.

Best Elizabeth Bay student accommodation

Amber provides students in and around this Sydney neighbourhood with studios, apartments, and other reasonably priced options for accommodations in Elizabeth Bay, Sydney. You should only choose the best when studying abroad. Amber provides luxurious en-suites, student flats and studios in this locality. Carefully picked out and built specifically for students, most of the properties have a shared or private kitchen and include several additional amenities such as gyms, game rooms, study rooms and WiFi. Conveniently located in hip neighbourhoods with plenty of cafes, restaurants, and stores to choose from, these rooms are certainly not far from several top universities in this locality, including the University of Wollongong, and Kent Institute Australia. Some of amber's top Elizabeth Bay accommodation options include

  1.  Scape Mountain X
  2. UME Park Side - Surrey Hills
  3. UME Redfern Village
  4. Link2
  5. UME Potts Point.

Cost of living in Elizabeth Bay

One key factor to consider before studying abroad should be the total cost of living. The cost of your Sydney student housing will likely be the largest of your expenses after your college tuition. To 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 as a student in the city. Most of these estimated prices will vary depending on personal preferences but are helpful to gauge how much you could be spending.

  1. Food and groceries: 100-200 AUD per month
  2. Travel: 40-100 AUD per month
  3. Phone plan: 10-30 AUD per month
  4. Recreation: 50-200 AUD per month

Student Travel in Elizabeth Bay

Owing to its unique geography, Sydney has a menagerie of public transportation options, including buses, trains, light rail, and ferries. If you're near the CBD or happen to live close to a train station or ferry stop then public transit is a great option. All public transit can be accessed with the Opal card, which is a smart card that you tap on a sensor when you enter and exit transportation.

  1. Train: Sydney trains are run by CityRail, a corporation of the NSW State Government. Trains run as suburban commuter rail services in the outer suburbs, then converge in a frequent service in tunnels under the central business district. Sydney has one light rail line, the Metro Light Rail, running from Central Station to Darling Harbour and then to Lilyfield.
  2. Bus: Buses serve the whole metropolitan area. The state-owned Sydney Buses has a monopoly in the city and inner suburbs. Services are frequent, even outside peak hours. In the outer suburbs, service is divided up between many private bus companies.
  3. Ferries: Sydney Ferries, another state government-owned organisation, runs extensive commuter and tourist ferry services on Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River.

Student Lifestyle & Living in Elizabeth Bay

This harbourside suburb has a multifaceted allure. To architecture buffs, it’s a delightful assortment of Regency-era grandeur, Hollywood Spanish mission pizzaz, curvaceous art deco designs and sharp-lined modernist buildings. It’s an ultra-convenient location for city workers, less than three kilometres east of the central business district between Potts Point and Rushcutters Bay.

And to lovers of European-style cafe culture, Elizabeth Bay – or Betty Bay, as it’s affectionately known – offers a seriously impressive range of cafe and dining options, from The Lookout at the marina to cult baked goods at Baked by Keiran and The Apollo’s celebrated Greek fare.

Add leafy parks, harbour views and Potts Point’s vibrant shops, cafes, restaurants and nightlife up the road, and it’s no wonder this locality turns heads in the inner-city real-estate market.

The locals’ favourite spots include Poppi’s Place, La Bomba and Arthur McElhone Reserve, a leafy park with koi ponds in front of Elizabeth Bay House. Built in the 1830s for high-ranking colonial official Alexander Macleay, Elizabeth Bay House was originally surrounded by 22 hectares of landscaped gardens. The house is now a museum and the gardens were subdivided over the years to form this suburb.

Another perk of the neighbourhood is the easy walkability. It takes less than half an hour to walk to Martin Place on a picturesque route that passes Finger Wharf at Woolloomooloo, Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool, the Art Gallery of NSW and the Domain.

Elizabeth Bay Tourist Attractions

There are plenty of places to see and visit in this Sydney suburb. Sydney is a significant global and domestic tourist destination that is regularly declared to be one of the most beautiful and liveable cities in the world. Sydney is admired for its harbour, beautiful coastline, warm and pleasant climate and cosmopolitan culture.

1. Historic Houses

2. Elizabeth Bay Grotto

3. Beare Park

4. Potts Point

5. Rushcutters Bay

Universities near Elizabeth Bay

There are some of the renowned universities around Elizabeth Bay which offers some of the best courses in the world. Some of these universities are:

1. National Art School

2. University of Newcastle

3. La Trobe University

4. Navitas English Sydney Hyde Park

5. University of New South Wales (CBD Campus)

6. Sydney Business School

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