If you’re choosing to study at our modern, vibrant Whyalla Campus, then the Student Residential Village is the best place to live. 

Students have their own bedroom and share a bathroom with one other student. A fully furnished kitchen and common living area means you can interact and study with your peers. 

Lecture and tutorial rooms are only a short walk away and the complex is monitored by on-going security. Off-street parking is available along with a lockable storage shed suitable for bicycles and other items. 

A BBQ area, volleyball court and basketball court complete the space and help to create a fun and balanced lifestyle. Applications are accepted for shorter and longer-term stays. Short term accommodation $50 per night and/or $100 per week. Long term accommodation $100 per week.

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While in year 12, I wasn’t ready to move out of home or leave my community in Port Lincoln, but I also didn’t want to study externally. The Whyalla Campus provided the perfect alternative because I was able to study in person and go home on weekends. The on-site accommodation has given me the opportunity to experience elements of living independently and I have met the most incredible and welcoming people.

Katie Freak
Early childhood education student

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Katie Freak
Early childhood education student

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Applications for either short- or long-term accommodation can be downloaded and completed, then sent to WhyallaAccommodation@unisa.edu.au for processing.

Whyalla Accommodation

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    Each of the 11 ground floor units houses eight residents in individual bedrooms. Large bedrooms are fully furnished with single bed and mattress, built-in robes and drawers, study desk, chair, bookcases and reverse cycle air conditioning. You can also add a television, fridge and computer.

    Residents share a bathroom with one other resident, with privacy maintained via a separate doorway into your corridor.

    The lounge, kitchen/dining, and laundry areas are communal for all eight residents. These areas are fully furnished. The units are self-catering, with all crockery, cutlery and cookware provided.

    Two units cater for disability access including wheelchair access to amenities.

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    The Village is patrolled regularly by our resident security officers and the grounds are monitored by external CCTV to help ensure a safe and secure environment for all residents. Security telephones are also provided inside all units for 24-hour access to security staff. Off-street car parking is provided, and a lockable storage shed is available for bicycles and other storage.

    Each room has its own individual key, attached to a registered master-key system.

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    There are two barbeques available under the large modern pergola, as well as a full-size beach volleyball court and a half-court basketball court for energetic residents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact

Emily Chatfield
Regional Campus Facilities Coordinator
mailto:WhyallaAccommodation@unisa.edu.au

Whyalla Campus Student Residential Village
Phone: +61 8 8647 6069 
Fax: +61 8 8647 6082 
Email:  WhyallaAccommodation@unisa.edu.au  

Postal address 
University of South Australia 
Whyalla Campus 
111 Nicolson Avenue 
Whyalla Norrie  SA  5608

International students
International Prospective Student Office 
Phone: 1800 181 858 
Email: international.office@unisa.edu.au