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Student One Wharf Street, Brisbane
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Student One Wharf Street, Brisbane

Wharf St, Brisbane City, 4000, Australia
0 mi from City Center
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swimming pool
games areas
Sky Lounge
dual occupancy

About the Property

Student One Wharf Street shines as a brilliant student accommodation in Brisbane, featuring ensuite and studio apartments. Its prime location ensures proximity to the University of Southern Queensland and Central Queensland University (Brisbane Campus), offering students convenient access to academic pursuits.


Enjoy an array of common amenities at Student One Wharf Street, including a swimming pool, barbecue area, games areas, music rooms, sky lounge, and study floor. Stay connected with free unlimited WiFi and keep fit at the gym. Take in the views from the skydeck area or relax in the cinema area. All rooms are air-conditioned and wheelchair-accessible. Bills are included, covering water, gas, electricity, and free unlimited WiFi. Safety and security are ensured with 24/7 onsite staff support and CCTV surveillance.

Location and What's Hot?

Experience the dynamic neighborhood surrounding the apartment, where the lively ambiance of Brooklyn Standard Bar awaits, alongside the tempting flavors of O Brasileiro and Happycrab Seafood Restaurant just a stroll away. Embrace nature at the nearby Queen Street Park, and ensure all your essential needs are met with the convenience of Woolworths Macarthur Central Supermarket.


Convenience is at your doorstep with Adelaide Street Stop 33 near Wharf St and Wharf Street Stop 168 near Adelaide St located near the apartment, providing easy access to public transportation for residents.

Pet policy

They are aware these aren’t pets, but guide-, hearing- or assistance dogs are of course permitted on the premises. For health and safety reasons they do not recommend bringing a pet, but, if you really must bring your pet, please apply for permission by contacting them.

What will you get

Bills Included

Free Unlimited WiFi internet

Common Amenities

Swimming pool
Barbeque Area
Games Areas
Study Floor
Free Unlimited Wifi

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling off period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
  • No visa no pay
    Free Cancellation if student visa is not secured
  • Replacement tenant found
    Find the replacement tenant and easily cancel your booking

Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    Secure booking with this amount
  • Payment instalment plan
    Flexible payment terms
  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of rooms do you have?

Their room types include single, double, bunk, twin, king and executive studios, and shared 4-,  5- or 6 bedroom apartments.

If I have a medical condition and I use a wheelchair do you have accessible rooms?

They have wheelchair-accessible rooms and rooms they can reconfigure to suit your needs. They will work together to ensure you are comfortable and at home at them.

What do I need to bring with me?

Your clothing, bedding and any personal items you wish to bring. If you want to travel light, they has bedding packs available for hire or purchase, so there’s no need to bring anything big with you. All kitchens are fitted out with essentials such as pots, pans, pates, cups and cutlery.

Are the rooms air-conditioned?

Yes, all studios and apartments are air-conditioned. As Brisbane has a sub-tropical climate they do not provide any heating, just cooling.

Do you have a prayer room?

No, they do not have a dedicated prayer room, however they can provide you with information on the closest places of worship.

What if I arrive late at night?

Their official check-in time is from 2pm and check-out is before 10am. As their reception is staffed 24/7 they will always be able to accommodate you at any time of the day.

Can you arrange my airport pick-ups?

Absolutely.They can arrange airport pick-ups for you.  Just email them prior. They will advise you of the cost of the pick up at the time of the booking.

Will I be able to meet other people?

They have an extensive social calendar full of events organised by their activity coordinators. Some of their events include city tours, semester balls, theme park visits, cultural tours, sporting events, to name a few. You will have many opportunities to meet other like-minded students from across the globe.

Do you prepare my meals?

Each studio and apartment is fitted with kitchen facilities to allow you to cook for yourself to your own schedule and culinary needs. There are no catered options available but several food outlets are located within the buildings on street level and they frequently organise food nights as part of their community engagement program.

Do you clean my room?

The short answer is no.They are responsible for keeping all public and common areas clean while you are responsible to keeping your own room clean and tidy, just as is is when you arrive. You can arrange to have your room cleaned at a cost (actual cost is depending in size of room and time required).They do provide vacuum cleaners at reception free of charge but all other cleaning materials have to be purchased by yourself.

Do you offer car parking?

No, they do not offer any car parking at either of their residences. 

What do you offer?

They offer flexible living options to suit all budgets and needs. All of their apartment types are fully furnished and air-conditioned. Room types include a range of studio types and five-bedroom share apartments. To view more of their options follow the menu prompts to rooms. You will have the opportunity to live in the heart of Brisbane, enjoying access to free unlimited WiFi internet, communal facilities such as kitchens and BBQ areas, gaming and entertainment areas, a 24hr customer service team and high-level security features.

What internet options do I have at student one?

Free unlimited WiFi internet is available throughout all properties and you can have up to 3 devices online at any given time.

Are water, gas and electricity included in my rent?

Yes, all utilities including water, gas and electricity are included in your rent. What are the rates? Their rates vary depending on the type of living solution you are seeking. You will always find the most up-to-date rates on this website.

Do you offer financial accommodation support/scholarships?

From time to time they offer their own accommodation scholarship.

How often do I need to pay rent?

Rent is paid fortnightly in advance, with the exception of a 4-week contract where full payment is taken prior to your arrival. We will provide you with a rent schedule so you can plan for each of the rent payments.

How do I pay for my rent?

A two-week rent in advance payment can be paid via a MasterCard and Visa to secure your place at a management residence. The ongoing rent can is to be paid from a bank account as long as it is from an Australian bank account.

Are the rental rates shown as per person or per apartment?

Your rental rate is per person, per week for all studios and apartments. They do however offer some ‘couples rooms’ that can cater for two with a surcharge for the second person. Their Executive-, King- and Queen Studios can accommodate up to two people.

Do I need to pay a bond?

Yes, you will be required to pay a bond which will be forwarded to the Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA). This is used as a security payment in the event of any damage, rental arrears or cleaning to the property is required upon your departure. If the apartment is left in an acceptable condition and your rent is paid up to date, then the bond will be returned in full.

What if I need to cancel?

They understand life happens and sometimes you are forced to cancel your booking. If you do so by no less than 14 days prior to your booked check-in date they are happy to refund your 2 weeks’ deposit in full.

Will I be bound by any residency rules?

Yes, you will be provided with a copy of the Residence Rules as part of your offer. Each resident is required to follow  their Residence Rules.

What happens if I damage or break something?

If you damage or break any of their property then you will be required to pay for the repair or replacement. You will be given notice of this charge and it will be charged to your account. In the event items are damaged when you move out, the cost of repair/replacement will be deducted from your bond payment. If this amount exceeds the amount taken as bond, you will be required to pay any outstanding fees. If there is damage caused by multiple residents, then the cost to fix the damage will be divided between you and the others involved.

What are the check-in and check-out times?

Their official check-in time is from 2PM. The check-out time is 10AM. As they operate 24/7 you might be able to check-in at any time, but please check with your residence as your room might still be occupied until 10AM.

Can I check in after the agreement start date?

Yes, however your rent starts from the date of your tenancy agreement, whether or not you have checked in.

If I pay the deposit and my visa is denied, will I get any refund?

The management will review your individual circumstance in order to determine the most appropriate outcome. If you notify them by no later than 14 days before the start of the agreement then all rent paid will be refunded.

Will the price of my rent increase?

Your rent will not increase for the term of your contract however, all future pricing will be assessed each year.

Can I stay with you for less than six months?

They offers Brisbane’s most flexible living solutions, so they can tailor your contract length to as little as four weeks.

Can I stay longer than 12 months?

Yes, you certainly can. But please note that the maximum length of a lease with them is 52 weeks (1 year) at a time. Before your current contract has ended, you will be offered the opportunity to extend your stay.

Can I live there if I’m under 18?

Yes, all their employees have Queensland Government Blue Card certification, a background check that allows them to work with people aged under 18 years. There are also Brisbane’s only purpose-built student accommodation that has been approved by all major universities and schools to accommodate their under 18 year old students.

Can I live with my partner?

Yes, they welcomes couples.

Can I live there if I’m on a working holiday visa even if I can prove I’m studying?

Yes they welcome all students, as long as you can provide a proof of study enrolment.

Can I choose who I live with?

Generally, yes, if you have a friend who also wants to stay at them and you would like to live together then you are both able to make the request.

Can I live with 3 or 4 of my friends in a 5 bed apartment?

Yes, they are happy to accommodate you and your friends if you wish to live together. If there are spare spaces in your apartment then they will find other students to fill the remaining bedrooms. All requests are subject to availability.

Can I have a pet?

They are aware these aren’t pets, but guide-, hearing- or assistance dogs are of course permitted on the premises. For health and safety reasons they do not recommend bringing a pet, but, if you really must bring your pet, please apply for permission by contacting them.

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With many leading universities, students will get a great chance to explore different courses and increase their chances of getting selected for one of them. What makes Brisbane different from other cities is the exceptional number of wildlife sanctuaries and river cruises, which will give one view of the entire city. Students will also get the chance to explore nature by visiting various Botanic Gardens, which have a wide range of flora species. Not just this, the city offers great nightlife as well; students can explore different cafes and clubs over the weekend to celebrate their birthdays or special occasions as well. If you love water, then the city is for you as it has some of the best beaches where you can chill out.

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With a large number of students enrolling for better education in the city, finding perfect Brisbane student housing can be a daunting task. But amber makes this tiresome process of picking, paying, and booking easy and flexible for students. Brisbane student housing offers a wide range of facilities and amenities for students to choose from, which will make their stay amazing in the city. Brisbane student accommodation makes one feel happy and comfortable in an environment where they can peacefully study and stay. Taking care of all the necessities, the Brisbane student housing is close to many universities, which makes the travelling part easy and sorted as well. Below are some of the best Brisbane student housing for you to choose from:

1. UniLodge Herstone

2. UniLodge Park Central 

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6. Scape South Bank

7. Scape St. Lucia

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Cost of living in Brisbane

Living in Brisbane student accommodation is much more affordable than living in Sydney. 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 in Brisbane student accommodation. Here is a breakdown:

1. Rent: $600-$1760 /per month

2. Utilities (gas, electricity, water): $150-$175/per month

3. Food: $320-$600/per month

4. Mobile phone/internet: $80-$120/per month

5. Public transport: $50-$100/per month

Student travel Brisbane

Brisbane has a large transportation network that connects it to regional hubs, interstate, and international locations. The most common means of transportation in Sydney, as in many Australian cities, is a private vehicle. Travel by public transportation comprises rail, bus, and ferry services. TransLink serves South East Queensland with a uniform ticketing and electronic payment system (known as a 'go card'). The city is a hub for all public transportation services, focusing on the Roma Street, Central, and Fortitude Valley railway stations. There are ferry wharves at King George Square, Queen Street, Roma Street bus terminals, North Quay, Riverside, and QUT Gardens Point. The transport links in Brisbane City connect swiftly to all of the major student properties in Brisbane.

1. Bus: Brisbane has a large dedicated bus rapid transit network known as the Brisbane Busway network. The busway stations on King George Square, Queen Street, and Roma Street are major network centres. The average adult fare is $4.80, going up to $8.00 as distance rises.

2. Rail: The Queensland Rail City network has 152 railway stations located along 13 suburban rail lines and throughout the metropolitan area, including the Airport line, Beenleigh line, Caboolture line, Cleveland line, Doomben line, Exhibition line, and so on. A day of rail travel will cost you between $90 and $170.

3. Bicycle: Central Brisbane promotes cycling, with numerous dedicated routes such as Brisbane River Loop, Kedron Brook Bikeway, and Wynnum To Manly Shoreline. Riding is not only eco-friendly but also cost-effective.

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1. Story Bridge

2. Opal Museum

3. Suncorp Stadium

4. Channel Seven Wheel of Brisbane

5. Boggo Road Gaol

6. Kangaroo Point Cliffs Park

7. Brisbane Powerhouse

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The city of Brisbane is known for its educational system and has some of the best universities that attract students from across the world. Below are some of the top universities in Brisbane.

1. SAE Institute

2. University of Queensland

3. University of Sunshine Coast

4. BROWNS English Language School

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