Western Sydney University Village student home in Sydney is conveniently located in the heart of Western Sydney University Campus. You will have various transport options available within close proximity to the building, which means you have easy access to endless cultural spots and entertainment venues. Georges River can easily be reached as well, for stunning riverside walks. Heartbreak Ridge Paintball is nearby if you're ever in the mood for a paint war with your new friends.
Western Sydney University Village Campbelltown student accommodation in Sydney is located in the heart of Western Sydney University. Torrens University - Town Hall Campus can be reached via a bus ride for 1 hour and 36 minutes. Studying and living in Sydney means experiencing luxury during your university years. This comfy accommodation has a prime location in Sydney, with many transport links available close by for you to get anywhere you want easily.
Western Sydney University Nirimba Campus is the perfect Sydney student accommodation for students, as it is the only accommodation where you can wake up and be in the university within just a few minutes. Western Sydney UV Nirimba is just 5 minutes stroll to Quakers Hill train station for your convenience. There are many other transport links available within close proximity as well, for you to easily get anywhere in the city.
Residing in Western Sydney University Village Hawkesbury means you will be able to skip traffic jams and buses and be at your lecture in less than 10 minutes! It is a 5-minute drive to East Richmond train station and you will find a range of excellent transport options available within close proximity to the building for convenience. The beautiful Nepean River is available nearby, where you'll witness beautiful riverside walks.
Western Sydney University Village Sydney student accommodation is in the heart of Penrith Campus, offering modern and affordable purpose-built student rooms. It is just a 10-minute drive to Kingswood train station and 1.5-hour train ride to Sydney CBD for your convenience. This comfy accommodation features an ideal location to enjoy your university years and enjoy making new friends.
Western Sydney UV Parramatta student accommodation in Sydney is located right on the Parramatta campus, Western Sydney University. Western Sydney UV Parramatta is about a 10-minute drive to Parramatta train station and a 1-hour train ride to reach Sydney CBD. There are many transport links available within close proximity to where you'll be living for easy access to everything Sydney has to offer, from entertainment spots to amazing restaurants.
Scape Abercrombie Sydney student housing is located in a well-known student hub with great transport links, easy access to local hotspots and the local area. It is a 6-minute walk away from Redfern train station and 15 minutes stroll to Broadway Shopping Centre. The University of Sydney Business School is a 10-minute walk away from the building. It is a 10-minute stroll from the heart of Newtown's area. This urban is always full of festivals and entertainment all year round. Vintage retro shops can be easily walked to in the King Street, or you can walk to Victoria Park to enjoy 9 hectares of parklands and a refreshing dive in the Victoria Park Pool on hot Sydney days.
Sydney is located on Australia's east coast, surrounding the world's largest natural harbour and sprawls. It is the most populous city in Australia and Oceania, and it is made up of 658 suburbs, 40 local government areas and 15 adjoining regions. According to the 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey, Sydney is ranked 10th in terms of quality of living, as it is one of the most liveable cities and ranked as 11th in the world for economic opportunity.
The city has a humid subtropical weather with warm summers and cool winters, and it also experiences wet and conditions over summer leading to cloudy skies. Higher sunshine levels are detected in winter and spring keeping the conditions cool.
Sydneysiders privilege from having the Royal Botanic Garden which hosts scientific and leisure activities and is considered as the most important green space in the Sydney region. The oldest public parkland in Australia is Hyde Park in the south of the Domain. It was named after the original Hyde Park in London to honour it.
Sydney houses six public universities: the University of Sydney, the University of New South Wales, the University of Technology Sydney, Macquarie University, the Western Sydney University, and the Australian Catholic University. Four public universities maintain secondary campuses in the city: the University of Notre Dame Australia, the University of Wollongong, Curtin University of Technology, and the University of Newcastle.
The University of Sydney is among the top 50 in the world, the University of Technology Sydney is 193, while Macquarie University ranks 237.
An extensive network of operating modes provides public transport in Sydney through commuter rail, light rail, buses and ferries. Sydney Metro, the new rapid transit line, will run from Sydney's north-western suburbs, pass through the city and then south-west to Bankstown. Its expected opening is in early 2019.