Accommodation options for visiting academics and students

Accommodation in Melbourne
information for visiting academics and students

Disclaimer: This list is intended to provide information on temporary accommodation options for visitors. 

All arrangements are strictly between you and the provider.

Thanks for your enquiry.

Student Housing is a resource and advice service for current and soon to be enrolled students with regard to their accommodation options, tenancy law and emergency housing situations. 


You are welcome to use our website as a resource for information about renting in Melbourne. 

STUDENT HOUSING


Some of the larger Student Apartment providers (such as those listed below) may require enrollment at an Australian university in order to live there.  They may not accept couples and/or be suitable for families. You should enquire with each about their particular terms and conditions.


Student Village Melbourne

Scape Swanston

The Student Housing Company

Urbanest

Unilodge Melbourne

University Square student accommodation

Iglu




Student Housing don’t manage the accommodation provided by Residential Colleges. Some of them have accommodation for visiting academics, as well as casual short term accommodation at particular times of the year.  Please visit their website for additional information, contacts and bookings.

RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES


Depending on your budget, one the most popular choices for visiting scholars and students is Graduate House. It is walking distance to our Parkville campus, the Royal Melbourne and Children’s Hospitals, public transport, Lygon Street and the CBD. Facilities include a dining room, library, study/common room, bistro and club lounge.

GRADUATE HOUSE


WEBSITES WHICH MAY BE USEFUL


University Stays

Corporate Keys

Short Stays - Melbourne 

Sabbatical Homes

Airbnb 

Wimdu

Homeaway  

Monthly Home Rental 

Homestay 

Tripping 

Domain   

Real Estate   

Apartments on Flemington

Quick Beds



RENTAL  AGREEMENTS IN MELBOURNE


Rental agreements in Melbourne are usually a minimum of 12 months and sometimes 6 months.   There can be financial implications should you wish to ‘break your lease’ and leave earlier.  It is important to understand your rights, obligations and responsibilities as a tenant under the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (RTA).

Tenants Victoria  

Consumer Affairs Victoria 


OTHER  USEFUL RESOURCES


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Costs of Living 

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