Temporary Accommodation

Do you need temporary accommodation, while you look for a place to live during your studies? Perhaps you are commencing your studies or you are a researcher visiting UniSA needing to make accommodation arrangements.

Whatever your situation, there are various options to choose from:

Homestay
Backpacker hostels
Hotels
Serviced apartments
Aboriginal hostels
Whyalla
Mount Gambier
Mawson Lakes

Book early to avoid disappointment.

If you are unsure about your temporary accommodation options, please contact us for advice and assistance.

 

Short Stays at Scape Adelaide Central (UniSA) and Scape Waymouth

Affordable short term accommodation for students and groups.

All of Scape short stay rooms come equipped with a furnished kitchen including appliances, crockery and cutlery whilst fresh linen is also provided to all our guests for their stay. 3 nights minimum stay is required  for selected dates.

Book your Scape short stay here

 

Crisis Accommodation 

External organisations to assist with housing

If you find yourself in need of emergency accommodation due to a crisis you may be eligible for assistance through the following external services:

  • Homelessness Connect Service supports international students experiencing financial hardship. If you are an international student you may be eligible to participate in the International Student Support Network (ISSN) homestay program. Students who meet the criteria, can be referred to the ISSN to apply for a heavily discounted homestay placement. ISSN homestays include a private room, meals, utilities and support from one of our committed AHN host families.
  • Trace-A-Place is a specialist youth homelessness service run by HYPA for young people up to 25 years of age. You can visit Trace-A-Place between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday for help with food, clean clothing, mobile phones, computer and phone access, bus tickets and use of bathroom facilities. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please call - 1800 807 364
  • Homelessness Connect Service is housing support for people over the age of 25 years, please call the Homeless Connect Service via1800 003 308.
  • Affordable SA is a support service covering housing, transport, health, financial support, domestic violence, food, and emergency relief. You can also call Affordable SA for information 1800 025 539.
  • Ask Izzyis a website that allows you to search for nearby services and supports for housing, food, domestic violence, financial help, health, and counselling.


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