With 579 rooms, UniLodge Lincoln House offers a mix of ensuite and standard dormitory rooms. This residency features meeting lounges, communal kitchen and dining spaces, laundry facilities, a sky lounge and gymnasium.
Find your place at Melbourne
University Accommodation is your safe place to land and the launching pad for your university experience.
Access a range of trusted accommodation and enjoy a complete residential experience, connected to the University. Dedicated staff are also available to support you while you study. No rental reference is required, and all residences are within a five to twenty-five minute walk of our Parkville campus.
Lisa Bellear House (303 Royal Parade, Parkville, Melbourne)
Lisa Bellear House has 285 rooms that offer a range of options to suit your lifestyle. This includes self-contained studios or your own private room in a shared apartment. Workout in the 24-hour gymnasium, refine your talents in the music room (complete with baby grand piano), play basketball with your new friends or cook for guests in the communal kitchen.
Other University Accommodation options
Ideal for the graduate or mature age student lifestyle, these fully self-contained studio apartments are located close to campus and on the city-edge. With 60 rooms available, there are options for both singles and couples.
Set to open in 2021, Little Hall will be a hub for student life and learning, located between the city centre and our Parkville campus.
Live with 350 other undergraduate and graduate students from Australia and around the world. International House is a university residential college, set amongst 1.5 hectares of beautiful gardens, outdoor study areas and sporting facilities.
Your health, safety and support network
University Accommodation provides a team of dedicated on-site professional staff who are committed to ensuring you have the best possible experience living in your accommodation.
We understand how difficult moving away from home for the first time can be. Our team are committed to promoting a place of mutual respect, tolerance, diversity and belonging. We are committed to building cross-cultural understanding and friendship so that all residents feel respected, look out for each other, and share a sense of family, friendship and community.
You will have access to a range of specialist university support services including financial aid, learning support, student welfare and careers and employment opportunities. Information sessions and workshops are run regularly to support your transition to university life.