We will pick you up from the airport and ensure initial accommodation. It will give you some time to look around and find a place that really suits you. There is a variety of options to choose from.

In the City a cost of a share room is $140-$190 a week per person. If your budget allows you can upgrade to a room with a balcony or a back yard, maybe even a building with a gym, pool or tennis courts.


Sharing a room is probably the most popular accommodation option among students. Sharing accommodation unites international groups. Naturally you can get a single room but the cost will be significantly higher. The units usually have 3 bedrooms although you will come across even 4 and 5 bedroom ones. They usually come furnished and equipped with essential appliances like vacuum cleaner, washing machine, dryer, TV, Internet connection (WiFi), microwave etc. Remember to always check all the costs – media, Internet, transportation will have to be covered by your weekly budget.

Average price of a share room in Sydney: $140-$190 a week per person.


If you want to experience a life of an average Australian family this option is for you. The price usually includes all the hospitality offered by the family like cleaning and cooking. Homestay is also a great way to practice your English and learn interesting facts and trivia first hand.

Average price of a homestay in Sydney: $260 a week per person.


It’s a perfect option for a short stay. It is also a safe haven for all people who just arrived and are looking for a place to stay. In a long run a hostel can be a bit costly so it is better to consider hiring a room.

Average price of a hostel in Sydney: $195-$260 a week per person


  • staying within a University Campus
  • Hotel
  • renting a unit and finding flat mates to share it with

All depends on your budget and preferences. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding accommodation options.

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