Accommodation Database

The Institute does not provide any student accommodation. However, there is an Accommodation register below listing people from local and surrounding suburbs offering various types of accommodation.  For further information contacting Student Life and ask to speak to the Welfare Officer.


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Accommodation Available

Placed: 14 February 2020 / Expires: 14 April 2020

#10 WOORI YALLOCK

Room to rent in a house. You will be sharing with a friendly older female who is looking for a non-smoking, quiet female. Suitable for local and international students. Lilydale train station is 20 minutes by bus. A 5 minutes walk to bus stop, supermarket and shops. Rent is $130 a week and includes utilities. Bond is $200. 

Hiroko 0404

Placed: 4 February 2020 / Expires: 4 February 2020

#10 NORTH BALWYN

Room to rent in privately owned house. A 10 minute walk to bus. Rent is $370 a week and includes meals, utilities and internet. Bond is $740. 

Rennae 0411406311

Placed: 4 February 2020 / Expires: 4 April 2020

#10 NORTH BALWYN

Room to rent in privately owned house. A 10 minute walk to bus. Rent is $370 a week and includes meals, utilities and internet. Bond is $740. 

Rennae 0411406311

Placed: 3 February 2020 / Expires: 3 April 2020

#8 NORTH RINGWOOD

An upstairs master bedroom with a private ensuite furnished with a queen sized bed, study desk, side table and walk-in robe. There is also a separate upstairs lounge area and balcony available for use. You will be sharing with a family who have a cat. A 1 minute walk to train and bus. Rent is $280 per week. Utilities and Internet included plus some meals. Bond is $800. 

Yuli 0488650521

Placed: 3 February 2020 / Expires: 3 February 2020

#9 SURREY HILLS

One bedroom available.  Females only.  A 10 minute walk to tram, train and/or bus. Rent is $365 per week. Utilities, internet and meals included. Bond is $800. 

Susan 0404486752

Placed: 3 February 2020 / Expires: 3 April 2020

#9 SURREY HILLS

One bedroom available.  Females only.  A 10 minute walk to tram, train and/or bus. An outside dog and cat. Rent is $365 per week. Utilities, internet and meals included. Bond is $1460. 

Susan 0404486752

Placed: 29 January 2020 / Expires: 29 March 2020

#4 CROYDON
One bright, large and airy bedroom for rent in a two-bedroom unit. Quiet neighbourhood, 1 minute walk to bus stop, 7 mins walk to Coles/Aldi and train station, and 8 mins walk to main street, Croydon where there are lots of cafes, restaurants, shops, cinemas, pharmacy, medical centre, and other services. Pool, gym and library are also close by and within walking distance. Large backyard with herb garden (that you are welcome to use), newly renovated bathroom, separate powder room. Off-street parking is available. Rent: $125.00 per week. Bills will be split. Bond is $375 but is negotiable. Bedroom has a single bed but can be fully furnished or unfurnished. References required.

You will be sharing with a friendly and professional female who is looking for a respectful, tidy female housemate in a two-bedroom unit. A non-smoker is preferred.

Yevon: 0468 528624

Placed: 15 January 2020 / Expires: 15 April 2020

#6 MONT ALBERT
Room available in a Rooming House. Close to public transport, shops and TAFE. Rent: $165 per week. This includes utilities and the Internet. Bond: $330

Wendy: 98973778

Placed: 15 January 2020 / Expires: 15 March 2020

#7 BORONIA
Room available to rent. Female student only. Short term accommodation. Close to public transport (train & bus - 10 minute walk). Owner has 2 cats and a dog on premises. Rent: $300. This includes meals, utilities & the Internet. 

Louise: 0410 038494

Placed: 9 January 2020 / Expires: 9 April 2020

#5 BOX HILL
Room available for rent. Full board is available. Rent: $350 per week. This includes utilities, Internet and food. Bond: $350. References required. Close to public transport (tram, train and bus)

Shyama: 0432662481

Terms and conditions

The service

The Accommodation Register is an advertising service only. It is a non-profit service and as such does not check the accuracy, suitability or cost of the accommodation against what is otherwise available in the marketplace. It is the responsibility of both the accommodation provider and the student to ensure the suitability of the accommodation.

Box Hill Institute of TAFE will not be liable or held responsible in any way in relation to matters arising directly or indirectly from the provision of information via the Accommodation Register to any accommodation seeker or provider.

In accordance with Box Hill Institute policy, accommodation listings may not include content which is racist, homophobic or otherwise offensive (eg - Chinese Only). Listings which fail to comply will be removed from Student Web immediately.

Accommodation offers will only be accepted on the appropriate Institute pro-forma (as attached)

Information regarding accommodation offers will be placed on the Box Hill Institute Internet site. The Accommodation Register may also be posted, faxed and e-mailed to students after discussions with the Welfare Officer or other staff within Student Support Services.

Accommodation provider's surnames and addresses will not be placed on the Accommodation Register or made available to students, unless advised to do so by the accommodation provider.

Removing details from the register

It is the responsibility of the accommodation provider to notify the Welfare Officer when a vacancy has been filled and advertising is no longer required, reducing students wasting time & limited resources.

The accommodation advertisement will remain on the register until otherwise notified x 8 weeks. The Welfare Officer may contact the accommodation provider to verify information, this may occur via the telephone or in writing.

The Welfare Officer may at their discretion remove an accommodation offer from the register if complaints are received regarding the accommodation, and the Welfare Officer believes they are serious enough to warrant this action. Feed back from students is encouraged, and all complaints are taken seriously.

As an accommodation provider, you need to be aware of the legal requirements of letting out a room or a property. For more information contact Consumer and Business Affairs Victoria on 1300 558 181.

It is suggested that you discuss and reach agreements in the following areas before entering into any accommodation agreement.

  • How often will rent be paid
  • Will there be a bond and how much
  • Reasons for bond not being refunded
  • Reason for eviction
  • The length of the tenancy
  • Exactly what is included in the rent/board
  • Privacy issues of both the accommodation provider and the tenant.