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Student Accommodations in 
Hay Street, Perth

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Stirling St, Perth
0.8 mi from City Center
( 17m
8m
15m )
swimming pool
Study lounge
laundry facility
10 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$459/week
Drummond St, Bedford
4.4 mi from City Center
( 1h 39m
18m
31m )
bills included
laundry facility
Lawn
4 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$345/week
Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
Patio
bills included
laundry facility
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$345/week
Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
Courtyard
Carport
bills included
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$345/week
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Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
Off-street Parking
bills included
laundry facility
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$345/week
Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
Courtyard
laundry facility
bills included
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$345/week
Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
bills included
laundry facility
Carport
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$425/week
Marmion St, Booragoon
7.7 mi from City Center
( 2h 49m
15m
32m )
laundry facility
Carport
Courtyard
6 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$445/week
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Stirling St, Perth
0.8 mi from City Center
( 17m
7m
12m )
gym
theatre
gaming station
7 Room Options
1 Offer
From
AU$224/week
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3D
Wellington St, Perth
0.2 mi from City Center
( 5m
4m
5m )
Bamboo Bikes
Theatre
Staffed Fitness Studio
14 Room Options
1 Offer
From
AU$285/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should you start looking for off-campus Hay Street student accommodation?

It's beneficial to start your hunt for off-campus Hay Street student accommodation early. Amber helps you with the paperwork about the place, the amenities provided, and the location and proximity to your university. Thorough research is essential to ensure smooth Hay Street student accommodation booking.

What should I look for when booking off-campus Hay Street student accommodation?

Consider the following things while looking at off-campus Hay Street student accommodation with amber.

1. Number of people you want to live with

2. Housing catered or self-catered

3. En-suite or studio

4. Single or double bed

5. Room size

6. Budget

7. Off-campus accommodation

8. Any additional facilities

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How can off-campus Hay Street student accommodation be rented?

Select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of more than 1000+ options in off-campus Hay Street student accommodation, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team.

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How much rent does a student pay for off-campus Hay Street student accommodation?

Several factors decide on off-campus Hay Street student accommodation rent, and location is one of the essential aspects. Apart from the location, the rent also depends on various amenities and facilities provided by the housing and the room's configuration. For a better understanding, watch this video!

Which is the best Hay Street student accommodation?

The Boulevard is the best Hay Street student accommodation, providing you with excellent amenities and facilities.  

Which is the closest off-campus Hay Street student accommodation?

The closest Hay Street student accommodation is Perth Central. It offers accommodation at a reasonable price. To browse more options click here

How do I pay for my student housing in Hay Street?

Multiple payment options are available. You can pay via net banking or your debit card. We also have our payment portal where we can help you with the procedure. For a detailed explanation, click here! 

Can I get discounts for Hay Street student accommodation?

Yes, students who book earlier often earn generous discounts and pay much less rent for their hostel room. You can also leverage the discounts and cashback from group bookings.

Can I stay with my friends at the Hay Street student accommodation?

Yes, you can share your university accommodation with your friends, but the rules vary from university to university. We would suggest you consult the concerned authorities before you decide to move in.

Student Accomodations in Hay Street, Perth

About Hay Street

Hay Street is a major road through the central business district of Perth, Western Australia, and adjacent suburbs. The street was named after Robert William Hay, the Permanent Under Secretary for Colonies. Sections of the road were called Howick Street and Twiss Street until 1897. Hay Street is the main business street in Perth. A section of the street, between Barrack and William Streets, is a pedestrian mall. It was converted into a pedestrian mall in 1972. It was the first of its kind in the city. Hay Street is notable for shopping as well as its historic buildings. Those who visit the street will notice a large number of notable structures along Hay Street.

Best Localities near Hay Street

University students have a range of essential needs during their time at university, and one of the most crucial is finding the perfect student accommodation in Hay Street. Location and proximity to the university are key factors to consider when searching for student accommodation in Hay Street. Students typically take into account sustainability, lifestyle, and transportation options when making their housing decisions. With thousands of students migrating to Hay Street every year, accommodation often becomes a crucial factor. Amber has many options for student accommodation in Hay Street, close to the universities, helping them save time. They should consider important factors, including the cost of living in Hay Street, the suitability of the lifestyle, and the ease of commuting before choosing one. Some of the best student accommodations in Hay Street are:

1. Campus Perth

2. Murdoch University Village

3. Yugo The Boulevard

4. The Switch Perth City Central 

Cost of living

Hay Street student accommodation is perfect for students. Although the cost of living in this city can be high, good planning and budgeting can prevent students from incurring additional costs. For Perth student accommodation, it is recommended to have a budget of AU$1,000-AU$2,500/month, including all living and other personal expenses.

1. Food: AU$25-AU$100/week

2. Gas and electricity: AU$200-AU$250/week

3. Internet & mobile phone: AU$60-AU$80/week

4. Dinner at a restaurant: AU$70-AU$150/week

5. Laundry: AU$30-AU$75/week

6. Stationery and Textbooks: AU$30-AU$50/week

7. Clothing: AU$100-AU$250/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): AU$100-AU$130/month

Student Travel in Hay Street

Australia's entire transport network has the potential to be one of the most efficient. The city's well-connected central network is within walking distance of Hay Street. Those living in Hay Street student accommodation have multiple transportation options available through the Transperth website. For students, we have listed alternative transportation options from Perth. Students should be aware of this as these fees are subject to change during busy or unpredictable times.

1. Bus: You can't go wrong with the buses in Perth! They're reliable, pocket-friendly, and super convenient. For just £2.20, students can hop on and off buses to zip around the city and its nearby areas. And if you're a frequent bus rider, there's a weekly travel card for only £14, giving you unlimited bus rides and saving you some serious dough on daily commuting.

2. Rail: The Indian Pacific passenger rail service connects Perth to Adelaide and Sydney once a week. The Prospector passenger rail service links Perth to Kalgoorlie through Wheatbelt towns, while the Australind takes you to Bunbury, and the AvonLink connects to Northam. The rail fares range from £3.20 to £6.90 per day, and for regular travelers, there are weekly travel cards priced between £19 and £41, depending on where you're heading and how often you'll be chugging along.

3. Cycling: Calling all eco-friendly and fitness-loving students! Perth's got you covered with bike-friendly paths and lanes. It's the perfect way to explore the local gems of the city while keeping your wallet happy.

4. Taxi/Uber: When time is of the essence, taxis and Ubers are here to save the day. They're quick, convenient, and get you to your destination on the dot. While taxi fares might vary based on the distance and time, they're a dependable choice when you need to get somewhere in a jiffy.

Student ifestyle and living in Hay Street

When it comes to student life, the city has a well-deserved reputation among international students. It is a great place for individuals of all ages to explore and travel as it offers an attractive and vibrant place for the general public. It's a thriving multiethnic city with great nightlife, alternative entertainment, sophisticated cafes and traditional cuisine. You can also relax in the quiet green area.

Perth's colourful art galleries, unique museums, markets, pubs and restaurants all exude positive energy. Although it is a city, it has a special atmosphere. Everything is peaceful and uncomplicated.

Charmingly small, hospitable and with a keen sense of humour, Perth makes a visit special. Kings Park offers spectacular views of the Swan River. See native Australian animals at Caversham Wildlife Park and Perth Zoo.

The majority of students prefer to live in student residences in central Perth. Students can discover a wide range of housing options through Amber to make their stay satisfying and enjoyable.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Hay Street

When it comes to student life, the city has a well-deserved reputation among international students. It is a great place for individuals of all ages to explore and travel as it offers an attractive and vibrant place for the general public. It's a thriving multiethnic city with great nightlife, alternative entertainment, sophisticated cafes and traditional cuisine. You can also relax in the quiet green area.

Perth's colourful art galleries, unique museums, markets, pubs and restaurants all exude positive energy. Although it is a city, it has a special atmosphere. Everything is peaceful and uncomplicated.

Charmingly small, hospitable and with a keen sense of humour, Perth makes a visit special. Kings Park offers spectacular views of the Swan River. See native Australian animals at Caversham Wildlife Park and Perth Zoo.

The majority of students prefer to live in student residences in central Perth. Students can discover a wide range of housing options through Amber to make their stay satisfying and enjoyable.

Hay Street Tourist Attractions

There are a lot of places students won’t regret while unwinding after a long tiring week. Some of the most famous tourist attractions are:

1. Elizabeth Quay

2. Two Feet & a Heartbeat | Explore, Experience

3. The Perth Mint

4. Hay Street Mall

Universities near Hay Street

Hay Street is close to multiple famous universities and colleges. Here's a list of the top universities in and around Hay Street:

1. Southern Cross University

2. School of Audio Engineering

3. North Metropolitan TAFE (Northbridge Campus)

4. Cambridge International College

5. Engineering Institute of Technology

6. Edith Cowan University (Mount Lawley Campus)

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