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University of Melbourne Accommodation

Explore the finest range of University of Melbourne accommodation, starting at just AU$50 per month, enjoy offers worth up to AU$1250. With over 35,000 student room choices, you’ll never run out of choices. We've got the widest range of private Melbourne University accommodation, studios, en-suites, entire places and shared flats in store for you. 100% free service. No booking fee. Free cancellation.

 Unilodgers makes the hunt for your new address near uni super simple. Considering it’s home to the country’s top university, it’s no surprise that you’ll find many student apartments all over the city. But which one of them is the best? That’s where Unilodgers come in to save the day. All the Melbourne university accommodation options listed with us are student-friendly, comfortable and well-furnished. You’ll have no reason to complain and will feel at home in no time. There are many types of rooms and floor plans to choose from. So get clickin’!

And you don’t just book a room, your all-inclusive rent also gets you access to many perks. These Melbourne student apartments make your life easier with facilities like an on-site cinema room, gym, a BBQ area, swimming pool, private garden with a fire pit, and patio, to name just a few. Move into one of these student apartments to strike the perfect balance between studying, raging, find your tribe and building a solid career! Swanston Street, Cardigan Street and Faraday Street are some of the most popular ‘hoods with students in the city. And you’ll find the best apartments at [email protected], [email protected], 38/188 Faraday Street and 601B/640 Swanston Street.

These University of Melbourne student housing spaces are all located close to campus and are also well connected by public transport. Melbourne attracts tourists from all over the world throughout the year so it’s like a global village! You’ll find many amazing pubs and restaurants here. Students highly recommend checking out The Old Bar, Heartbreaker, Arabesque Melbourne and Casa Tajine. Spend an afternoon at SeaLife Melbourne Aquarium, Melbourne Museum or the zoo! Cricket geeks should head to MCG, one of the finest cricket grounds in the world. It’s been home to the likes of Merv Hughes and late Dean Jones.

At Unilodgers, you’ll find the lowest prices and the best deals on student apartments near the University of Melbourne. 

Ready to book a University of Melbourne accommodation? Here’s why booking with Unilodgers is the smart way to do it.

- No ifs, no bots: Our Personal Student Advisors are real people, available 24x7 to guide you through anything

- Save for a rainy day: With ‘lowest price promise’ and the best deals on every property, we master the art of bargaining.

- Easy to look, easy to book: Our simple online interface takes all the fuss out of finding and booking your student housing.

- No secrets. We promise: You pay the rent, and nothing but the rent - we don't do commissions, booking fees, or hidden charges.

- There’s one for everyone: In pants and in student housing, "one size fits all" never works. We offer you a variety of options such as choosing an entire place, a shared apartment, or a private room - whatever suits your needs.

- We ❤ students: We ensure that all properties listed with us are comfortable, welcoming, and suitable for a student’s lifestyle

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About University Of Melbourne

The University of Melbourne was founded in 1853 and it’s the second oldest university in Australia. It’s the country’s top-ranking university and stands 41 in the world. Your uni campus is a melting pot of students from various cultures from all over the world! Former Aussie Prime Minister The Hon. Julia Gillard, Nobel laureate Elizabeth Blackburn, Professor Germaine Greer, celebrity chef Stephanie Alexander, Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs, opera singer Nicole Car, and WW1 General John Monash (Monash University is named after him) are just some of the famous faces that have graduated from the University of Melbourne. That’s some power list, don’t you think? And you’re going to be joining the ranks soon! The city also boasts a thriving economy and is home to many leading companies in sectors like finance, research, IT, transportation and tourism. So Melbourne also promises great potential for your career ahead. But first, let’s find you a room to stay in during uni.