Scape Toowong Brisbane student residence is a 30-minute walk to the University of Queensland (UQ). You can use the exclusive Scape Shuttle bus to easily get there. Your new home is located in the heart of Brisbane, between Mount Coot-tha and the breathtaking Brisbane River. You will find many great transport options available within close proximity to the building, so you have easy access to everything this exciting city has to offer.
Scape South Bank Brisbane student home is a 15-minute walk to the Queensland University of Technology and 4 minutes stroll to TAFE Queensland Brisbane. Scape South Bank is located in an area that is well-known for students to live in and boasts a relaxing atmosphere, as well as being jam-packed with activities all the time. Your new home is 2 minutes away from South Bank station connecting you with everything this vibrant city has to offer and the airport for convenience. You will be living right by the stunning Brisbane River, where you can enjoy amazing riverside walks.
Atira Regent Street Brisbane student housing is just a 24-minute bus ride from the University of Queensland. Atira Regent Street is ideally located in the heart of Woolloongabba's city suburb, where you can find a variety of food and shopping venues as well as means of entertainment for sports fans. Buranda Shopping Centre and Buranda station are only a 5-minute walk away as well.
Atira Merivale Street student housing in Brisbane is just a 30-minute bus ride to QUT Kelvin Grove Campus. Atira Merivale Street is centrally located just a 15-minute walk to Brisbane CBD and a stone's through away from South Bank: a vibrant inner-city cultural and entertainment area with fantastic gardens and river walks. You'll be located a short stroll away from the breathtaking Brisbane River.
Iglu is just around the corner from Queensland University of Technology's Garden Point campus and perfectly located within minutes from Griffith University and many local colleges. It is located in the heart of the CBD on Mary Street. It benefits from having great transport links and being near Queen Street Mall, the popular Southbank area, restaurants, cafes, Botanic Gardens and fitness centres. The amazing Brisbane River and Brisbane City Botanic Gardens are just a short stroll away.
It is a 2-minute stroll to TAFE Queensland Brisbane, South Bank, a 16-minute walk to Queensland University of Technology (Garden Point Campus), and a 29-minute walk to Central Queensland University (CQU). Community spirit is what you'll find at your new student home. With its beautiful leafy courtyard, you will enjoy the city, parkland, and South Bank beach all from the doorstep of the property.
UniLodge South Bank Brisbane student housing is conveniently located 6 minutes stroll from Griffith University – Southbank Campus, 2 minutes walk from TAFE, 15 minutes walk from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) – Gardens Point Campus, and a 12-minute walk to QUT – Kelvin Grove Campus. Grey Street with its shops, restaurants, and cafes is a 2-minute stroll away;
Brisbane is one of the oldest cities in Australia and the third most populous one. This metropolitan area is situated on the banks of Brisbane River, about 9 miles from its mouth at Moreton Bay. It is the longest river in South East Queensland, dammed by the Wivenhoe Dam, forming Lake Wivenhoe; the main water supply for Brisbane. Paradoxically, the city’s nickname is ‘Bris Vegas,’ which is attributed to the city’s nightlife, broadening music venues and the central business district.
Brisbane has dry moderately-warm winters and hot humid summers; the overall climate is humid subtropical.
Brisbanites privilege from having The Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), housing one of the most internationally-popular pieces of modern art. It is located next to the State Library of Queensland and the Queensland Art Gallery. Brisbane was nominated as one of the Top 5 International Music Hotspots by Billboard in 2007, along with Beijing, Berlin, Birmingham and Marseille. In July/August, the Brisbane International Film Festival (BIFF) is held at various venues across the city, featuring new films and retrospectives by domestic and international filmmakers on top of seminars and awards. There is also the River Festival that is held every September at South Bank Parklands and other major cultural events.
Brisbane has numerous universities, such as Queensland University of Technology (QUT), the University of Queensland (UQ) and Griffith University. Other universities’ campuses are based in Brisbane, like the Australian Catholic University, Central Queensland University, James Cook University, University of Southern Queensland and the University of the Sunshine Coast. Brisbane is also home to the Aboriginal Centre for the Performing Arts. The Brisbane North Institute of TAFE, the Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE, and the Southbank Institute of TAFE are the three TAFE colleges in the city.
Brisbane has a variety of transport means from taxis and buses to ferries. There is free bus service, like The City Loop and other paid ones: Spring Hill Loop. Brisbane’s ferries are known as the CityCats and they are considered one of the most entertaining ways of exploring the city; there are the free CityHopper ferry service and the CityFerry services as well. The city’s swift train network encompasses the Greater Brisbane region, giving direct access to the city, neighbourhood areas, and the outer suburbs. To learn more about Brisbane's transportation networks, check our Brisbane’s Ultimate Transportation Guide.