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Student Accommodations in 
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Flinders St, Darlinghurst
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Victoria St, Potts Point
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Mountain St, Ultimo
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Wattle St, Ultimo
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Darling Dr, Haymarket
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Gibbons St, Redfern
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Regent St, Redfern
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Old South Head Rd, Woollahra
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Quay St, Haymarket
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How can a student rent Sydney CBD accommodation?

At amber, you just select, pay, and book. After you shortlist from our catalogue of more than 500+ rooms in Sydney CBD, 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 much rent does a student pay for Sydney CBD accommodation?

Several factors decide student accommodation rent, and location is one of the essential aspects. The accommodation price in Central Sydney can range between AUD 280 to AUD 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. The accommodation rent will decrease as you move further away from Sydney CBD.

What is the cheapest rent I can pay in Sydney CBD?

Bexley Sydney offers the best accommodation for a reasonable price of AUD 190/week while providing you with a decent range of facilities.

What are different accommodation types available for students in Sydney CBD?

3 major configurations classify our Student accommodation options:

Shared: A shared room is where two or more students can share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other shared 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 on your interests. You can choose between shared and private apartments depending upon your budget

Can I view my student housing in Sydney CBD before booking?

Absolutely yes. If you wish to schedule a viewing before booking a property, contact our booking experts, and we will happily arrange a virtual tour for you.

Can I book a fully-furnished Sydney CBD accommodation?

Yes. All the properties listed on amber are fully equipped with all the necessary amenities.

How do I pay for my student accommodation in Sydney CBD?

There are multiple payment options available for payments for student accommodation in Sydney. For more information, watch this video.

Can I stay with my friends at the Sydney CBD accommodation?

Yes, you can share student housing in Sydney CBD 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 avail of discounts while booking Sydney CBD accommodation?

Yes, you can avail of various discounts while booking Sydney CBD accommodation with amber.

Can a post-graduate get student accommodation in Sydney CBD?

Yes, all postgraduate students are allowed to rent Sydney CBD accommodation.

Student Accomodations in Sydney CBD, Sydney

Student Accommodation in Sydney CBD

Searching for the perfect student Sydney CBD accommodation, which has all the necessary amenities and fits right into your budget, can be a difficult task. However, it isn’t that big of a deal when you have your student accommodation hunt partner amber with you. Amber offers a lot of affordable student housing that is both comfortable and reasonably priced. Student housing in Sydney CBD is found near many world-renowned universities like the 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 Central Sydney to budget-friendly student housing, all the student accommodations are built considering the uber comfort of the students.

At amber, Sydney CBD accommodation is further segregated into halls of residence, private halls of living, and private housing. Sydney CBD accommodation consists of comfortable, luxurious, budget-friendly en-suites, studios, and shared apartments, including all bills so students don’t have to get into the hassle of jumbling through multiple bills. These housing options are also available for students looking for short-term tenancies. Some famous private student housing here include Y Suites on Gibbons, Sydney, Sydney University Village, Sydney, UNSW Village, Sydney, Dayman Apartments, Sydney, and many more, which are great bargains to grab.

About Sydney CBD

The Sydney central business district (CBD) is the city's historical and commercial heart. The two terms—Sydney CBD and Sydney City—are interchangeable when referring to Sydney. The localities here frequently refer to CBD as "Town" or "the City." Sydney Cove, the site of the first European settlement where the Sydney region was initially created, is located about 3 km (2 mi) south of the Sydney city centre, and due to its pivotal role in Australia's early history, it is regarded one of the longest living areas in the country.

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 centre 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 centre is Sydney's epicentre for nightlife and entertainment for youngsters and older crowds as well. You can watch the Sydney City Guide to learn more about this amazing city!

Best Student Accommodation in Sydney CBD

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 CBD adheres to the facilities a student would require. Being in the heart of the city and home to some prestigious universities and big businesses, Sydney CBD 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. These are the most preferred student accommodation in CBD:

  1. Y Suites on Gibbons, Sydney
  2. Sydney University Village, Sydney
  3. UNSW Village, Sydney
  4. Dayman Apartments, Sydney
  5. Iglu Chatswood Student Accommodation
  6. Student Village North Ryde, Sydney
  7. Western Sydney University Village Parramatta
  8. BELONG Strathfield, Sydney
  9. UME Redfern Village, Sydney
  10. UME Redfern, Sydney
  11. Flo Harris Lodge

Cost of Living in Sydney CBD

Due to the lifestyle, your living expenses in CBD will likely be on the higher side of the scale. So, to further 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. Most of these estimates prices will vary depending on personal preferences but are a helpful way to gauge how much you could be spending.

1. Food and Groceries: AU$53 - AU$106 /month

2. Transportation / Conveyance: AU$100-AU$200/ month

3. Internet / Mobile Tariff / Electricity: AU$60- AU$160/month

4. Electricity / Gas: AU$140-AU$200

5. Clothing: AU$150-AU$450

6. Inexpensive Restaurant: AU$17/ meal

7. Mid-range Restaurant: AU$100/ meal

Student Travel in Sydney CBD

Sydney offers a first-rate public transportation network that includes buses, trains, trams, and ferries. Students can use their Opal cards to utilise the public transportation system. You can load money into the Opal card, a smartcard ticket you keep, and use it on any public transportation in the greater Sydney area.

1. Bus: Buses are the most pocket-friendly mode of transport for students to use. The city has a number of private bus networks that service it, like Transdev NSW, Busways, ComfortDelGro Australia and Forest Coach Lines. A weekly bus pass will cost around 10-30 AU$, depending on the service.

2. Ferries: Another mode of transportation in Sydney that offers a unique experience while admiring the lovely harbour. By ferry, students can visit well-known locations such as Manly Bay and Watsons Bay. A one-way adult bus ticket is approximately £4.

3. Metro: The city also has a metro system that runs through it and is very convenient for students. It runs mainly underground and has 13 different major stations. The metro network is constantly growing, with new lines and stations being built to improve connectivity within the city.

4. Cycling: Students are encouraged to ride their bikes throughout Sydney. The cycling infrastructure in the city is excellent, with dedicated lanes and bike sharing. Cycling to and from work can help students save money on travel. Furthermore, transport cards like the Opal card offer savings on bicycle trips, making it even easier for students to explore the city.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Sydney CBD

If you want to have a wonderful night out, there are many fantastic options in a city the size of Sydney. Numerous bars can be found in Surry Hills' former industrial neighbourhood, and the gay bar scene in Newtown is thriving. Check out places like the Lansdowne and Soda Factory for some partying and live music. Visit the Bondi Icebergs Club, whose fully licenced clubhouse is open to both members and guests, if you wish to settle down and have a great supper with stunning views of the internationally renowned Bondi Beach. Students can spend their free time on the sea kayaking, surfing, sailing, or unwinding in one of the city's many excellent cafés while observing daily life.

Students can also find hidden treasures in vintage markets, shop for designer clothing, or eat delicious fresh seafood. After a long day at college, go to one of Parramatta's top neighbourhood eateries to sip cocktails while admiring the stunning scenery. There are various options for the students to hang out as the student accommodation in Sydney CBD is extremely close to the famous hangout spots and the city's top tourist attractions. The city also boasts an amazing and lively nightlife, which is a dream come true for every individual trying to live his best life in his or her 20s! Sydney houses some of the best nightclubs and beer gardens. The city provides multiple opportunities for the students to socialise and create a robust network of friends and valuable people. They can easily blend in by being a part of Sydney Badminton Players, Dive Centre Manly & All Nations Bushwalkers Inc.

Tourist Attractions in or around Sydney CBD

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. Go to the Sydney Tower Eye

2. Sydney Harbour.

3. Explore the Blue Mountains

4. Visit the Featherdale Wildlife Park

5. Cannot miss the Sydney Opera House!

6. Visit Madame Tussauds Sydney

7. Admire the Art Gallery of New South Wales

Universities in/near Sydney CBD

Sydney CBD houses numerous top-notch universities which attract a huge international student flock, such as:

  1. University of New South Wales(CBD Campus)
  2. Western Sydney University
  3. La Trobe University 
  4. Sydney Business School 
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