Melbourne is known as the sporting and cultural capital of Australia, hosting events like the Australian Open, the Formula One Grand Prix and the Melbourne Cup. The distinctly modern architectural style adds a unique vibe to this city’s stylish and artistic charm.
KBS Melbourne is situated within the iconic Docklands precinct, known for its waterfront promenades with a variety of retail and dining options. The city centre is only a short tram ride away on the free City Circle tram, where you can discover Melbourne’s famous alleyways and rooftop bars.
Level 4, 370 Docklands Drive, Docklands, Victoria, 3008
Melbourne is known for its distinctive qualities, one being its unique structural design. An interesting blend of historic buildings and modern architecture make for a vibrant and memorable city, with its famous intertwining alleyways and rooftop bars offering an unusual and animated social scene. You’ll be spoilt for choice as there are lots of things to see and do!
Referred to as the shopping and sports capital of Australia, Melbourne always has an array of events, attractions and adventures all year round. Its well-developed economy means the education and facilities offered here are of world-class standard.
Melbourne enjoys warm summers (Dec-Feb), glorious springs (Sep- Nov), mild autumns (Mar-May) and crisp winters (Jun-Aug).
Insider Guide, 2018
Aside from the financial requirements you need to satisfy to qualify for a Student Visa as detailed on www.homeaffairs.gov.au, there are also other costs involved when living in one of our campus’s cities.
Your day-to-day living expenses will vary heavily depending on your individual lifestyle and requirements, however for a rough indication of the average cost of living in Melbourne, please refer to the table.
Use the calculator provided by Insider Guides for a more personalised estimate of your cost of living. You can also visit the Study Australia website to find more comprehensive information about living in Australia as provided by the Australian government.