High Street Apartments are conveniently located right across the road from UNSW, striking the perfect balance for students with commitments outside of study.
Located opposite UNSW at Gate 9, High St is the perfect fit for couples and families, saving you from long trips home after a busy day of lectures or study!
Preference at High Street is generally reserved for couples and families with children.
There are nine two bedroom apartments and six one bedroom apartments available, with an average room size of approximately 10 to 12 square metres.
Balance study and family life at High St!
Do you have children?
If you need to arrange day care for your children, there are 4 long day care campuses owned and operated by UNSW. Owl’s House, Tigger’s Honeypot, the House at Pooh Corner and Kanga’s House cater for 289 children from infants to school age every day. What we do best is facilitate innovative, child-centred and child-led learning programs in a safe, healthy, happy and stimulating context that allows children to develop a love of life-long learning.
With over 45 years’ experience in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) and a dedicated team of professional educators, your children will be in the best possible hands.
Visit the UNSW Early Years website for more information and to submit an application to the wait list.
- 15 apartments
- Average room size 10 to 12 square metres
- 52 week occupancy
- Wi-Fi, electricity, gas and water included
- 24-hour campus security
- Recreation and group study rooms on each floor
- Coin operated laundry facilities
- Car park (limited)
Each room is furnished with a desk and chair, bed, wardrobe and there’s a sofa in the living room. The kitchen has an oven and fridge, but you’ll need to bring your own cutlery and pots and pans if you plan to do any cooking!
You can obtain a parking card ($50 deposit), which allows you to use the car park at High St. There’s limited availability and you may be placed on a waiting list.
To obtain a permit, contact the Student Accommodation office to make an appointment and make sure you bring your Student ID card and vehicle registration (provided by the RTA under the licensee's name). If your vehicle’s registration is not under the licensee’s name, please ensure you bring additional documentation, such as the vehicle’s insurance under the licensee’s name).