Accommodation for international students is as varied as the requirements of the students themselves! Perth has many options available that would suit your study program.

An approximate guide to accommodation costs in Perth are below:

Hostels and Guesthouses A$80 to A$135 per week
Shared Rental A$70 to A$250 per week
Homestay A$110 to A$270 per week
Rental A$100 to A$400 per week

How do I start looking for accommodation?

Your Western Australian educational institution will provide you with help in finding accommodation and understanding contracts such as leases and tenancy agreements.

Student noticeboards and newspapers often advertise rooms, apartments and houses for rent. Some institutions also post accommodation vacancies on their website.

Websites like REIWA, Realestate.com.au, Gumtree, Homesales.com.au, Flatmates.com.au, RateMyAgent.com.au and FlatmateFinders.com.au are great places to look for rental accommodation.

 

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