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80 STIRLING STREET, PERTH, WA 6000, AUSTRALIA

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17 mins by public transport to Central Perth

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Murdoch University Village, South Street, Murdoch, WA 6150, Perth, Australia.

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42 mins by public transport to Central Perth

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The Switch Perth Central
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555 Wellington Street, WA 6000

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10 mins by public transport, 13 mins walk to Central Perth

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80 Stirling Street, Perth Perth, WA 6000, Australia

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17 mins walk to Central Perth

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The Boulevard, 89 Stirling Street, Perth, 6000

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15 mins walk to Central Perth

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About Perth

Perth is Western Australia’s capital city and is dubbed the “City of Light.” It is a popular destination for various reasons, the first being its Mediterranean-like weather and abundant nature. It also has an extremely laid-back culture and is a very multicultural city. 

Regarding students, many choose to call Perth their home, not only for the previously mentioned reasons but also for its relative affordability compared to other Australian cities and its high quality of education. 

Through prestigious institutions such as the University of Western Australia and Curtin University, this city has continuously grown in popularity among students. Other factors contributing to the city’s popularity among students include Perth’s safety, good transportation links, and good employment opportunities.

According to the Department of Education, the city has 42,215 international students, with universities accounting for 48% of these students and vocational educational institutions accounting for 33%.

Popular Student Areas in Perth

The Swan River divides the city into North and South. In addition, the city is divided into 350 different suburbs. 

Popular Perth areas include Subiaco, Dalkeith, Fremantle, and Hillarys.

1. Students living in Subiaco will be near the University of Western Australia (UWA), and purposely built accommodation would cost around AU$350 /week.

  • Travel time from Subiaco to the Perth CBD by different modes of transportation:

    • Bus -  45-60 minutes 

    • Taxi -   20-30 minutes

    • Walking - (Not walkable) 

2. Students living in Dalkeith pay approximately AU$500-AU$750 / week for a PBSA.

The nearest university campus is Curtin University.

  • Travel time from Dalkeith to the Perth CBD by different modes of transportation:

    • Bus -  45-60 minutes

    • Taxi -  20-30 minutes

    • Walking- (Not walkable) 

3. Students living in Fremantle pay approximately AU$350 - AU$550 / week for a PBSA.

The nearest university campus is Notre Dame University Australia.

  • Travel time from Fremantle to the Perth CBD by different modes of transportation:

    • Bus -  30-50 minutes

    • Train - 30 minutes

    • Taxi -   20-30 minutes

    • Walking-  (Not walkable) 

4. Students living in Hillarys pay approximately AU$400-AU$500 / week for a PBSA.

The nearest university campus is Edith Cowan University (ECU), Joondalup Campus.

  • Travel time from Hillarys to the Perth CBD by different modes of transportation:

    • Bus -  60-90 minutes

    • Taxi -  30-45 minutes

    • Walking- 45 minutes to 1 hour.  

Best Student Housing in Perth

Perth has a vast choice of student room options in proximity to their colleges and budgets. 

Popular student accommodations in Perth are Campus Perth, The Boulevard, The Switch Perth Central, Curtin - Erica Underwood House, and Murdoch University Village.

Discover Student Room Types in Perth 

The purpose-built student accommodation in Perth typically includes a variety of amenities included in the bills; it varies according to the provider's terms & conditions. But broadly, we suggest a student should consider budget, needs, and preferences while making decisions. 

We have categorised the room types below based on preference and budget to help you in your decision-making. These are the following options:

Type 1: Affordable student rooms in Perth: 

These cost around AU$200-AU$650 per month on average and are recommended for students who are comfortable sharing space. Typically, such properties are houses or apartments. 

  • Twin room

    • Amenities: these often include two single beds, study areas, and storage spaces for two. They often have en-suite bathrooms. These also share social areas with flatmates, as well as the kitchen. 

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$450 - AU$650 /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$400 - AU$550 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent:AU$350 - AU$500 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$450 /month

    • Recommended Perth student accommodation: Campus Perth

  • Triple rooms

    • Amenities: these often include three single beds, study areas, and storage spaces for three. They often share bathrooms. These also share social areas with flatmates, as well as the kitchen. 

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$450 /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$450 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$400 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$250 - AU$400 /month

  • Quadruple rooms

    • Amenities: these often include four single beds, study areas, and storage spaces for two. They often share bathrooms. These also share social areas with flatmates, as well as the kitchen. 

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$450 /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$250 - AU$400 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$250 - AU$350 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$200 - AU$300 /month

    • Recommended Perth student accommodation: Campus Perth

Type 2: Affordable student rooms in Perth with privacy: These rooms cost around AU$250-AU$550 per month. 

  • Student Single Room (non-en-suite)

    • Amenities: Private bedroom, Shared bathroom, shared kitchen

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$350 - AU$500/month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$450 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$300 - AU$400 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$250 - AU$350 /month

    • Recommended Perth student accommodation: Campus Perth

  • Student Single Room (en-suite)

    • Amenities: Private bedroom, private bathroom, shared kitchen

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: Student Single Room (en-suite) /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$400 - AU$550 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$400 - AU$500 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$350 - AU$450 /month 

    • Browse through Perth student single-ensuite rooms, such as Campus Perth, The Boulevard, The Switch Perth Central, and Murdoch University Village.

Room Type 3: Perth student rooms with privacy, quiet space, and near the city centre cost as little as AU$450- AU$1200 per month. 

  • Perth Student Flats (One-bedroom)

    • Amenities: Private bedroom, private bathroom, private kitchen

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$700 - AU$1200 /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$600 - AU$1000 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$650 - AU$1100 /month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$550 - AU$900 /month

  • Perth student studio rooms 

    • Amenities: Private bedroom, private bathroom, private kitchen

    • Subiaco avg. Rent: AU$550 - AU$850 /month

    • Dalkeith avg. Rent: AU$500 - AU$750 /month

    • Fremantle. avg. Rent: AU$500 - AU$800/month

    • Hillarys. avg. Rent: AU$450 - AU$700 /month

    • Browse through Perth student studios, such as Campus Perth, The Boulevard, and The Switch Perth Central.

Room Type 4: Amenities over budget

Student penthouses in Perth cost around AU$800–AU$3000 per month.  

These are suitable for students who prefer private bedrooms, a private balcony, a terrace, privacy, spacious rooms, and a top floor over budget.

Cost of Living in Perth for Students

It varies depending on students’ lifestyle choices, but overall, apart from your Perth student accommodation rent, other expenses cannot be ignored. We have suggestions to help you save money while living in Perth as a student:

  • Food: AU$300 - AU$400 (basic) / month on average. 

    • Daily recommended budget: AU$10 - AU$13 /per day.

    • Shop from grocery stores such as ALDI, IGA, and Spudshed.

  • Transportation: AU$46-AU$119/month on average

    • Transperth Monthly ticket (concession fares): AU$46–AU$119 (for all nine zones) for buses, trains, and ferries. 

    • Get a second-hand bike for as little as AU$100 (one-time payment).

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.

When should I start looking for Perth student accommodation?


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Starting your search for student accommodation Perth early is recommended. The earlier, the better. Also, Casita is there to help you with most of the steps: the room type, the amenities provided, the location, and the proximity to your university.


Can you suggest any Perth student residences that are pet-friendly?

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Unfortunately, there are currently no pet-friendly student accommodation options available. However, our options are constantly getting updated, so contact our helpful staff for more information regarding updates. 

Are pet-friendly student accommodations more expensive than non-pet-friendly accommodations?

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 Yes, they usually are. However, this depends on the provider’s policy. 

Are there short-term stays in Perth?


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Yes, but you should check the availability of your student accommodation Perth of choice during your desired period. You can also refer to a Casita accommodation expert to help you find accommodation that accepts short-term stays.


Can you suggest Perth student accommodation options for couples?

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 Various providers offer dual-occupancy accommodation, mainly for studios and apartments. Some of these options include Campus Perth.

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