- Student Residential: These are student dormitories where you may share with people from various countries; in general, they are located close to the campus. You may select aa private room, a double room, or a room with more than 2 people. You will have access to the laundry service, restaurants, cafés, etc. Student dormitories and the rooms in the campus do regularly include the utilities of power, water and heater.
- Homestay: It refers to houses of Australian families, where the international students have the opportunity to know the Australian culture. You will have access to snacks, laundry and even transportation services.
- Hostels and Guesthouses: Hostels are properties that provide shared lodging. On the other hand, guesthouses are private properties where the owner does generally live in the property and leases part of it.
- Shared Rental or Rental: The student will have the option to lease a place to live on their own, or to lease a property where he/she shares the property’s spaces with other people. Below you may find some of the websites recommended to lease houses and apartments:
On campus Housing: These are dormitories designed in the campus of the college or university. Usually, this option provides the students with shared services for the bathroom, laundry, study areas, kitchen. This option is offered by a limited number of education entities.