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Scape in Brisbane

Student Accommodation in Brisbane

Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia and a favourite amongst local and international students thanks to the great weather and amazing natural landscapes. With its mix of urban and outdoor life, delicious cuisine, culture and music, Brisbane is one of the most idyllic places to live in Australia.

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Scape South Bank
149 Merivale St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

Brisbane

Scape South Bank

Lively and cultural Brisbane is on your doorstep at Scape South Bank making it a hub for students of many different universities and educational institutions.

Train Station: 300m

Grocery Store: 300m

QUT: 4.5KM

University of Queensland: 3.4KM

Scape Toowong
611 Coronation Dr, Toowong QLD 4066, Australia

Brisbane

SCAPE TOOWONG

Scape Toowong is located in the heart of Brisbane and offers unspoiled
views of the Brisbane River which is only a short walk away.

Train Station: 300m

Grocery Store: 150m

QUT: 4.5KM

University of Queensland: 3.4KM

Why Scape Student Accommodation in Brisbane?

Living at Scape means you’ll enjoy top quality student accommodation in Brisbane. Our brilliant buildings are set in prime locations and have been designed with students’ life in mind, allowing you to explore the sunshine state while feeling safe and supported during your Uni days.

Both Scape Toowong and Scape South Bank offer studios and shared apartments complete with double beds, en suite power showers, super-fast WiFi connection, and plenty of communal areas allowing you to experience student living at its best. All bills are included in our weekly rent so there are no hidden costs, making Scape your first choice for student accommodation in Brisbane.

Brisbane for Students

Queensland’s sunny capital city is home to two main universities: University of Queensland and the Queensland University of Technology. There are also 10 campuses located here from 6 Australian university and educational institutions including Griffith University. When our students aren’t studying, they can enjoy a variety of outdoor spaces to make the most of living in sunny Queensland. Plan a weekend trip with your friends, or head to the Sunshine Coast or Gold Coast for a day trip if you’re a sea-and-sand lover or a surfing fanatic.

THINGS TO
SEE AND HEAR

Whether you want to explore Brisbane’s urban lifestyle or take a visit down to the cultural hub at South Bank, which is just across the Victoria Bridge, the opportunities for adventure are limitless. Brisbane is also home to South Bank Beach, Australia’s only man-made beach with sand, water, and tropical plants, and is only a short bike-ride away.

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The Brisbane Botanic gardens is another beautiful place to unpack your books for some study in fresh air, or a picnic and further afield is Mount Coot-Tha for picturesque walks. Or spend an afternoon at one of the many cafes, restaurants or bars on the waterfront.

Music and the arts are celebrated in Brisbane all year round and you don’t have to go too far to find a comedy festival, as well as world-class art galleries and festivals.

FOOD AND DRINK

For something to tempt the tastebuds, you can go to Hai Hai Ramen for tasty and cheap noodles, indulge in $2 taco Tuesday at El Camino Cantina, or head to coffee iconic for an amazing lunch offering to go with your caffeinated drink of choice. From brunch to dumplings with a side of pizza, you can’t wander around Brisbane for too long without finding a hidden gem.

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Check out the Collective Markets in South Bank or Riverside Market in Brisbane CBD for amazing street food to be eaten whilst brewing arts, crafts and gifts. If you’re looking for activities, get stuck into one of the many trivia nights in Brisbane pubs, or visit one of the Holey Moley venues in Brisbane for drinks, food, and themed Insta-worthy mini golf.

SHOPPING

Students in Brisbane love the wealth of different shops the city has to offer. Queen Street Mall in the heart of Brisbane city is a bustling hub of big brand names combined with hidden side street boutiques and independent stores. And of course, living so close to the shops has huge benefits, especially when it comes to taking advantage of all those student offers.

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One thing you can be sure of is that with Scape’s affordable Brisbane accommodation for students, there will be money left over to hit the shops. And if your student budget allows, take a trip to James Street for high-end fashion or check out the local designers at Fortitude Valley. Or perhaps head out of town to Paddington where you’ll find lots of homeware, books, and vintage fashion.

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