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UniLodge @ UC - Campus West, Canberra
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UniLodge @ UC - Campus West, Canberra

Cooinda St, Bruce, 2617, Australia
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About the Property

If you are looking for student housing in Canberra, then your search for one ends at Unilodge UC Campus West. Unilodge UC Campus West is a comfortable student accommodation in Canberra which offers a range of bedroom apartments for students to choose from.

Known for its connection to nature and its close proximity to The University of Canberra, Australian National University, and JP International College. The UniLodge UC Campus West is one of the best options as this property has a range of student apartments at UniLodge UC Campus West.


Canberra is the capital of Australia and is one of the most important cities in Australia and is home to all foreign embassies. The city is student-friendly and is one of the only cities which gets snowfall or sees snowcapped mountains during winter. Canberra is also popular for being so close to nature, which gives students a lively and healthy environment to study. Canberra is a city which is well connected to its athletics. There are multiple sports centres and stadiums for one to play the sports they always played and keep their skills polished. As being called the Outback, Canberra is well known for its nature spots around the city, which are versatile and can be explored. Canberra is also known for being a 100% renewable city where energy is harvested from solar panels. As Canberra has a big student crowd, you won’t feel left out and will be close to your own age.

Features

Unilodge UC Campus West offers a wide range of amenities to the students, which makes their stay easy and flexible. Students can find a game room at the Unilodge UC Campus West to spend some time away from their studies. On-site parking enables students to park their bikes safely without having to worry about security. One will get a desk and chair at the Unilodge UC Campus West.  There’s a fire alarm to inform one during the time of crisis. Students are also provided with a sofa where they can sit peacefully and relax. The community events are organised to give students the opportunity to interact with people.


Another good thing about Unilodge UC Campus West is that there’s public transport nearby and a common area where students can spend some time. Unilodge UC Campus West takes care of the security of the students as well by providing security cameras, 24-hour security, and security patrols. Apart from this, 24-hour staff is also available to help students with any recurring problems. You will also get water, Wi-Fi, electricity, and heating with your student housing in Canberra.

Location and What's Hot?

Canberra is filled with fun things to do, from amazing restaurants to wild trails and hikes. Canberra has a mixed culture as it is the capital of Australia, has many people from different nations and is home to universities, like the University of Canberra and Australian National University. When there is fun, there is food involved, and the vast menu offered by the restaurants of Canberra is truly to indulge in.

One of these restaurants is The Basement Canberra, which offers a delicious breakfast for students to enjoy. One of Canberra's most premium fine dining restaurants is Ruby Chinese Restaurant, which offers meals created with pure perfection and love. Students can visit Subway for a quick fix as and when they want.


As Canberra is so connected to nature, there are many spots to explore, such as the National Zoo and Aquarium, where one can see animals like cheetahs, kangaroos, snakes and many more. If you have never seen a pink lake, don't worry. One can visit the Museum of Australian Democracy, which will give them a peek into history. Students can also visit Mount Ainslie Lookout, which lines up with the War Memorial and Parliament House.


The city also has a national art gallery, with amazing art pieces and many paintings and exhibitions. Hippo Co is one of the famous bars in the city, offering amazing cocktails and craft beers for you to enjoy on a nice, cool weekend. Make sure you make a reservation, as this is a hotspot in the city. Shorty’s is famous for its cocktails and amazing burgers. This place has a chill vibe and isn't too fancy, but once you have its burgers, you’ll keep coming back. Canberra has much to offer, and the Unilodge UC Campus West is close to nearly everything, making it even better.

Commute

Canberra is best known for its well-connected transportation system, making travelling easy for its people. Students can easily travel to college from Unilodge UC Campus West as there are many ways to get there. Train and bus are some of the common ways people prefer to travel around the city. Students can take the bus from the nearest bus station, such as Canberra University opp Bimbimbie St, which is in close proximity to the student housing in Canberra.

Canberra University opp Bimbimbie St is another stop that students can use for taking the bus to their university.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Laundry
Game room
On-Site parking
Internet Services
Barbeque grills
Bike Shed

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
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  • Early termination by students
    Termination of the tenancy contract before the end date is allowed.
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Payment Policies (1)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does this property have an Application fee?

Yes. The resident must pay an Application Fee of $55 to secure their apartment, this is to be paid as part of the advanced payment.

Is an advanced payment required?

Yes. To secure an apartment, the resident must pay a Security Deposit equal to 4 weeks’ worth of rent, Application Fee of $55, Departure Cleaning Fee of $160 and the first two weeks of rent and utilities. Prices vary depending on the room type and contract length. 

Is there a cancellation fee once I have secured an apartment?

Greater than 14 days before the start date of your contract:  Non-refundable: Application Fee of $55. Refundable: Security Deposit, Departure Cleaning Fee of $160 and two weeks of Occupancy Fees. Between 1 and 14 days before the start date of your contract:  Cancellation Fee equivalent to two weeks of Occupancy fees. Non-refundable: Application Fee of $55. Refundable: Security Deposit, Departure Cleaning Fee of $160. On or after the start date of your contract:  Cancellation Fee equivalent to two weeks of Occupancy fees. Non-refundable: Application Fee of $55 and Departure Clean Fee of $160. You are responsible for payment of the Occupancy Fees and your Security Deposit will be retained by the accommodation until a suitable replacement is secured.

Are car parking spaces available?

Limited parking available at $13.00 per vehicle, per week. Permits are provided with 24-hour access to a parking space for the duration of your agreement. Applications are approved on a “first in, first served” basis.

Do I need to pay a departure clean fee?

Yes. The resident must pay a Departure Cleaning Fee of $160 to secure their apartment, this is paid for in the advanced payment. Additional cleaning fees may apply.

If I wanted to break my lease, what are the costs associated with this?

The resident will be charged an Early Termination Fee equal to two weeks of Occupancy Fees and will be responsible for finding a suitable replacement to take over the remainder of the contract.

What utility costs am I responsible for?

Water and electricity are included in your utility fee.

How much is the Internet / WIFI? Who is the provider and how much bandwidth do I have?

Internet access and WIFI is provided by Connectmy.net and speed and download vary by plan. You'll receive 10GB of internet data per month.

Do I need a mattress protector?

Yes, you need to use a mattress protector which we will provide on your check in.

Do I need to organise my own Contents Insurance?

Yes this is not included in your rent.

Where can I find resources to manage my health and wellbeing?

The accommodation has listed a number of resources on our Student Health and Wellbeing page.

What are your check-in times and days?

Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Do you offer after hours check-in?

Yes, please call the Duty RA on 0466 558 053. The Duty RA will have you complete some paperwork, provide you with your key and show you to your room.

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Student Accomodations in Canberra

Canberra Student Accommodation

Canberra is located in Australia and is known to be one of the largest inland cities in the whole country. It has now become a favourite spot among international students, given the lower cost of living and easy lifestyle that the city boasts. Students from different parts of the country and the world come to this place for their undergraduate and postgraduate studies. With such a huge amount of student population living in Canberra, it is quite easy to find student accommodation, although what is a task is to find an ideal student accommodation in Canberra. Amber builds a bridge between the student and an ideal accommodation, which helps students to compare numerous options for student housing Canberra, with a wide variety of comfortable and affordable student houses.  You can also find your student accommodation in Canberra near universities such as the Australian National University, the University of New South Wales, and many more! Canberra student accommodation options include a broad range of non-ensuites, ensuites, studios, and shared apartments. The student apartments Canberra options on amber are equipped with all modern amenities like swimming pools, rooftop terraces, 24x7 building security, games rooms, cinema rooms, and study lounges and are inclusive of all taxes. All this in a single platform.Y Suites on Moore, Canberra, UniLodge @UC - Campus West, Canberra, UniLodge @UC - Guginya, Canberra, and UniGardens, Canberra are some of the best student accommodations in Canberra.

About Canberra

Canberra is the capital city of Australia. It is Australia's largest inland city and its eighth-largest metropolitan area in the world. It was established as the capital of the new nation after the Commonwealth of Australia. The city is at the northernmost point of the Australian Capital Territory and the northernmost point of Australia's highest mountain range, the Australian Alps. Canberra's projected population in June 2021 was 453,558. Indigenous peoples of Australia lived in the capital city for up to 21,000 years, with the Ngunnawal being the predominant ethnic group. Historic sites such as St. John's Anglican Church and Blundell's Cottage show that European colonisation began in the first half of the 19th century. The Commonwealth of Colonies of Australia was completed on January 1, 1901. After lengthy debates over whether Sydney or Melbourne should be the capital, a compromise was reached that the new capital would be New South Wales, as long as it was at least 100 miles (100 miles) from Sydney. The city offers students many adventurous and fun opportunities.

Best Student Accommodation in Canberra

With the growing population of students in the city, given that Canberra houses some of the best universities in the world, finding student accommodation in Canberra is not a tough task. You can find short-term student accommodation in Canberra based on various criteria such as your budget, your room preferences, the distance from your desired university and the property's proximity to the city centre. All this can be easily sorted for you by amber. With around 400+ properties in and around Canberra, we can provide you with numerous options to choose from based on your taste. The room types may include Ensuites, Studios, and spacious apartments. Here are some of the best student housing Canberra :

1. Y Suites on Moore, Canberra

2. UniLodge @UC - Campus West, Canberra

3. UniLodge @UC - Guginya, Canberra

4. UniGardens, Canberra

5. Dickson Village Apartments, Canberra

Cost of Living

Student accommodation in Canberra includes all bills and facilities. Amber gets rid of extra bills and only expects students to pay their rent. Below is a rough estimate of student spending to give you a rough idea of when you are in Canberra.

1. Food and beverages: AU$95 to AU$220/week

2. Mobile bills: AU$20 to AU$50/month

3. Dining: AU$45 to AU$95/week

4. Entertainment and leisure: AU$20 to AU$50/week

5. Transportation: AU$80 to AU$190/month

6. Laundry: AU$20 to AU$35/week

7. Stationery and Course books: AU$25 to AU$80/month

Student Travel Canberra

Canberra has a solid transport system. Students can travel around the city by train, bus, rental bike or taxi. Public transport is affordable, convenient and covers every corner of the city. Below are the preferred modes of transportation for students. Most of the bus stops and train stations fall very close to the Canberra uni accommodations making it extremely convenient for students to transit around.

1. Bus

Building a more robust transport system in Canberra will greatly help Canberra residents get around. Buses cover all corners of the city, making it easy for students to get around the city and surrounding areas. As a student, you also get a student discount. You can avail of a MyWay Card to pre-book your tickets and make the journey hassle-free.

2. Light Rail

The city of Canberra also has a Light Rail system, which operates from Gungahlin to the city with a frequency of every 5-15 minutes. The operation times lie somewhere around 6 am to 11 pm every day. To cherish the nightlife that the city has, the network operates late-night on Friday & Saturday evenings until as late as 12:30 am.

3. Trains

Building a more robust transport system in Canberra is having an impact on how Canberra residents get around. To improve our cities and reduce congestion, Canberra combines light rail, active transport and rail networks. The train runs from Queanbeyan Station to Canberra Station, linking Kingston.

4. Cycle

Students can cycle around to explore and navigate the city. One can hire a bike for $60-$80 for a day and go cycling. They can also utilise it to travel to the university.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Canberra

Canberra is an influential place to be as it welcomes students from all over the world. There are many options for students to enjoy, dine, and shop. There are high streets located in Canberra which fascinate students. The high street is the shopping centre that you are looking for. You can buy a variety of clothes from the high streets. Canberra is where you will find many dining options and cafes where you can dine or catch up with your friend for coffee. There is no limit to entertainment and fun in Canberra. The best nightlife options in Watford are Hippo Co, Mooseheads, Shorty's, Reload Bar and Games. There are many sports clubs and organisations if you are a sportsperson. The popular sports played here are Basketball, Rugby, Soccer and motor racing. You will have a lot of fun in Canberra as the place has everything a student needs and desires. The location of the student housing Canberra also plays a major role in keeping the student's social life intact. Being close to all the top hang-out and recreational spots, the students can easily spend the rest of the day and weekends with their friends at all of these amazing places without the hassle of travelling too far.

Canberra Tourist Attractions

Canberra has many beautiful places to see. The museum takes you back to history and origins. The park offers tranquillity and comfort. Here are some of the Canberra attractions to check out.

1. Australian War Memorial

2. Museum of Australian Democracy

3. New Parliament House

4. National Portrait Gallery of Australia

5. National Library of Australia

Universities in Canberra

We have listed some of the best universities in Canberra which are popularly known for their high education quality and stunning curriculums. Students get various opportunities to interact and socialise with other students, too.

  1. University of Canberra
  2. Australian National University
  3. University of New South Wales
  4. JP International College
  5. Canberra Institute of Technology
  6. Australian Catholic University
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