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Student Accommodations in 
North Sydney, Sydney

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Victoria St, Potts Point
3.0 mi from City Center
( 59m
13m
31m )
Wifi
bills included
5 Room Options
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1 Offer
From
AU$260/week
Allen St, Pyrmont
3.3 mi from City Center
( 1h 5m
11m
30m )
TV area
Shared lounge
Garden
2 Room Options
Instant Booking
1 Offer
From
AU$300/week
Flinders St, Darlinghurst
3.5 mi from City Center
( 1h 8m
15m
30m )
AC
Internet
TV
6 Room Options
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From
AU$275/week
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Darling Dr, Haymarket
3.4 mi from City Center
( 1h 7m
9m
36m )
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bills included
study area
8 Room Options
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AU$509/week
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Mountain St, Ultimo
3.8 mi from City Center
( 1h 17m
11m
41m )
fitness centres
bills included
study area
7 Room Options
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From
AU$449/week
Wattle St, Ultimo
3.8 mi from City Center
( 1h 15m
10m
34m )
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cinema
bills included
5 Room Options
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From
AU$459/week
Old South Head Rd, Woollahra
5.8 mi from City Center
( 1h 46m
19m
37m )
Lounge
Street Parking
bills included
4 Room Options
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AU$310/week
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Albert Ave, Chatswood
3.6 mi from City Center
( 1h 12m
13m
20m )
gym
bills included
courtyard
6 Room Options
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From
AU$549/week
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Darling Dr, Sydney
3.4 mi from City Center
( 1h 7m
9m
37m )
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study area
bills included
7 Room Options
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AU$769/week
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Quay St, Haymarket
3.4 mi from City Center
( 1h 6m
11m
28m )
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game room
study area
2 Room Options
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AU$689/week
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can a student rent North Sydney accommodation?

At amber, you just select, pay, and book. After you shortlist 500+ off-campus in North Sydney housing from our catalog, you will be provided free service throughout the entire process from our experienced team. You can contact us for any further queries and guidance, and we'd be happy to assist you.

How do I pay for my North Sydney accommodation?

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.

Can I stay with my friend in the North Sydney accommodation?

Yes, you can share your North Sydney accommodation with your friends, but the rules vary from university to university. We suggest you consult the concerned authorities before deciding to proceed with it.

Which is the most affordable student housing in Sydney?

Student Village North Ryde is one of the most affordable Sydney student accommodation.

What should I look for when booking student housing in Sydney?

The location of the student housing, its distance from the university, and your budget are the most critical factors for booking student housing near the university. You should also check the following before booking your accommodation:

  1. Desired number of roommates
  2. Type of Accommodation
  3. Ensuite/Non-ensuite
  4. Size of the room
  5. Amenities provided

Can I view North Sydney accommodation before booking?

Yes. If you want to plan a site check before booking a dorm, contact our booking experts, and we will arrange a virtual tour.

Can I get discounts for North Sydney 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.

Is it compulsory to stay in North Sydney student accommodation?

No, it is not mandatory to stay in the university hostel. You can choose to stay in any accommodation of your choice.

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?

Usually, six months before is the ideal time to book your accommodation. Most of these accommodations start their information in February but will let you book rooms at the last moment if they have available rooms. But booking earlier will be the best bargain because the more you wait, the more you pay.

What amenities, utilities, and security options can you expect to find?

Amber does its best to provide students with accommodation that matches their needs. Many Purpose Based Student Accommodations (PBSAs) offer basic facilities such as parking, laundry, high-speed wi-fi, hot water, and electricity. Some provide additional amenities like dishwashers, TVs, fitness centers, and game rooms.

Student Accomodations in North Sydney, Sydney

North Sydney Student Accommodation

Finding suitable North Sydney accommodation locality can be time-consuming but not complicated. Amber offers a lot of affordable student housing that is both comfortable and reasonably priced. North Sydney housing is found near many world-renowned universities like University of New South Wales(CBD Campus), Western Sydney University and Sydney Business School. This locality is an eccentric hub and has something for everybody. Ranging from luxurious student accommodations in North Sydney accommodation to budget-friendly student housing, all the off-campus student accommodations in Sydney are built considering the uber comfort of the students. At amber, North Sydney accommodation is further segregated into halls of residence, private halls of living, and private housing. Private student accommodations in Fulham consist of comfortable, luxurious, budget-friendly en-suites, studios, and shared apartments, including all bills ranging from AUD 280 to AUD 830/week. These housing options are also available for students looking for short-term tenancies. Some famous private student housing here include Scape Sydney Central, UME Flinder Street, Broadway, UME Haymarket, Scape Darling House, UME Redfern Village, and Link2 and many more, which are great bargains to grab.

About North Sydney

A popular neighborhood recognised for its modern creative environment and repurposed warehouses is North Sydney. The suburb is part of the local government area known as North Sydney Council. As of 2022, North Sydney had an estimated resident population of around 69,256, with a population density of approximately 6,600 persons per square kilometer. This indicates a vibrant and densely populated area with a mix of residents and professionals. On North Sydney Green, next to the upscale Central Park Mall's boutiques and restaurants, locals enjoy picnics. Abercrombie Street is home to modern art galleries, while Kensington Street is home to hip cafes and Asian eateries in the hawker-style. Shakespeare, stand-up comedy, and experimental dance are all included in the Seymour Center's schedule. Sydney City serves as Australia's financial and commercial capital and the Asia-Pacific region's most important economic hub. About 22% of the workforce in the Sydney region is concentrated in the city center and its immediate surroundings, the majority working in white-collar offices in the banking and professional services sectors. Some of the city's most important buildings and structures are also located there. Culturally, the city center is Sydney's epicenter for nightlife and entertainment for youngsters and older crowds as well. You can watch the Sydney City Guide to know more about this amazing city!

Best Student Accommodation in North Sydney

As the primary factor for any student accommodation is its location and distance from the university, students often consider sustainability, lifestyle, and commuting services before choosing an ideal student accommodation. Student accommodation in Sydney City Centre adheres to the facilities a student would require. Being in the heart of the city and home to some prestigious universities and big businesses, North Sydney accommodation attracts students from all over the world. Doing justice to the kind of infrastructure and class of the locality, we have some of the best picks for student accommodation in the area. You can book the housing that provides all basic amenities at pocket-friendly prices through amber. For staying, students prefer properties like

  1. UME Haymarket
  2. Scape Darling House
  3. Link2
  4. Iglu Chatswood

Cost of Living

Sydney accommodation is a popular destination for students pursuing higher education in Sydney, Australia. When considering the cost of living, it's essential to factor in various necessities. Here are the estimated weekly and monthly cost of living in Sydney:

  1. Food: AU$19-AU$91 per week
  2. Phone and phone plans: AU$26-AU$70 per week
  3. Dinner at a Restaurant: AU$54-AU$81 for one outing
  4. Laundry facilities: AU$13-AU$21 per week
  5. Stationery and Textbooks: AU$19 per month
  6. Clothing: AU$19-AU$91 per month
  7. Travel: AU$19-AU$70 per week

Student Travel North Sydney

North Sydney, located on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, Australia, offers a well-rounded transportation system that makes commuting within the city and to its neighboring areas convenient for residents and visitors alike. North Sydney's travel accessibility is characterized by an efficient blend of buses, trains, and cycling options, catering to diverse transportation preferences. To enhance the convenience of public transportation, North Sydney provides monthly travel cards. These cards combine bus and train fares, allowing unlimited travel within the city and nearby regions. For regular commuters, this is a cost-effective solution, with monthly travel cards priced at approximately £100.

  1. Bus: The city features an expansive bus network that effectively connects various neighborhoods and suburbs. For daily commuters, accommodation offers a budget-friendly option with a weekly bus pass priced at approximately £20. This affordability encourages regular use of public transportation, reducing congestion and promoting sustainability.
  2. Train: The accommodation is renowned for its well-established train system, seamlessly linking the city to the broader metropolitan area. Adult commuters can benefit from reasonably priced weekly train passes, which are available for around £30. This cost-effective solution facilitates easy navigation within North Sydney housing and its surrounding regions, making it an attractive choice for daily travel.
  3. Cycling: Embracing eco-friendly commuting practices, the accommodation has dedicated cycling lanes and bike-sharing programs. Renting a bike for a week is not only economical, with rates around £10, but also environmentally conscious. This option aligns with the city's commitment to sustainability and provides an excellent alternative for those seeking a greener mode of transport.

Student Lifestyle and Living in North Sydney

North Sydney is a dream destination for students seeking a perfect blend of safety, convenience, and a vibrant lifestyle. This city has earned its reputation as a welcoming haven for students, offering not only an exceptional academic environment but also a range of amenities and attractions that enhance the student experience. Throughout the city, you'll discover an array of chill spots, restaurants, and clubs. Places like Kirribilli and Lavender Bay offer awe-inspiring views of the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, making them ideal spots for relaxation and contemplation. If you're a food enthusiast, the precinct around Greenwood Plaza boasts a diverse selection of restaurants and cafes, ensuring students have a plethora of culinary options to explore. Event calendar is rich and diverse, catering to a wide range of tastes. TheTwilight Market, for instance, is a popular event that blends delectable food, captivating music, and captivating art, creating an enjoyable and culturally enriching experience. For music lovers, Sydney frequently hosts renowned festivals like Splendour in the Grass and Laneway Festival, easily accessible from Sydney accommodation, adding a dose of entertainment and excitement to student life. Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden and St Leonards Park are picturesque and tranquil locations ideal for picnics and leisurely strolls, providing students with a serene escape from their academic pursuits.

Tourists Attractions in North Sydney

This creative, modern, and delightful urban playground is located in the heart of Sydney. Explore the streets that are covered with street art to find eccentric boutiques, renowned art galleries, lively bars, and award-winning restaurants. Here are a few things you can do are-

1. Sydney Tower Eye

2. Sydney Harbour

3. Blue Mountains

4.Featherdale Wildlife Park

5. Sydney Opera House

6. Madame Tussauds, Sydney

7. Art Gallery of New South Wales

Universities near North Sydney

Sydney is renowned for housing a cluster of prestigious and renowned universities, contributing to the academic vibrancy of the region. A hub for students, it is surrounded by some of the city's top educational institutions.

  1. University of New South Wales(CBD Campus)
  2. Western Sydney University
  3. Sydney Business School
  4. Australian Catholic University
  5. Sydney Global College
  6.  The College of Law
  7. Kent Institute Australia
  8. SAE Institute
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