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About Melbourne

Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, is located on Port Philip, a natural bay in Australia. It is second on the list of populous cities of Australia and the people call themselves Melburnians. The city has been rated the world’s most liveable city for seven consecutive years in 2017 on the bases of education, health care, entertainment, tourism, sport, research and development. Melbourne is a renowned ‘UNESCO City of Literature’ and is also home to the Royal Exhibition Building listed as a World UNESCO Heritage site.

There are a total of 7 public universities namely; University of Melbourne, Victoria University, Monash University, Deakin University, La Trobe University, Swinburne University of Technology and Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, commonly referred to as RMIT University in Melbourne. These combined attract a large number of home and international students to Melbourne each year.

Student apartments in Melbourne offer luxurious and quality living standards to every single student living in Melbourne and you can choose from an impressive variety of studios, en suite rooms and shared flats. They are spread across the city, spanning across CBD locations as well as in close proximity to Melbourne university campuses.

Getting around the city of Melbourne is easy because there are various modes of transport such as trams, trains buses, taxis and even water taxis. For intercity travel, there is excellent rail connectivity from Melbourne Central railway station. If you are looking to travel internationally the Melbourne International Airport can be reached in 34 minutes by train.

The population of Melbourne is approximately is 4,900,000, which is inclusive of approximately 300,000 students. The months of December, January and February are the hottest months with the temperature averaging to 26°. The coldest months are from June to August with temperatures dropping to 14° on an average.

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