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The Warrnambool campus of Deakin University is situated approximately five kilometres east of the city of Warrnambool. The residences are set amidst spacious grounds which extend to the banks of the Hopkins River. A nine hole golf course, tennis, basketball/netball and squash courts, as well as a football oval and gymnasium are featured on campus. A daily bus service operates from the University to the city and surrounding areas.
The residences provide accommodation for 240 students in a co-educational and multi-cultural environment. Various styles of accommodation are offered. Each resident is accommodated in their own furnished bedroom and all buildings have communal lounge areas, kitchens and bathrooms. Laundry facilities are also available in each unit.
Warrnambool residences consist of Bruce Morris Terrace, Sherwood House, Sherwood House II, Tuuram House, Wally Crowe Court, and the Wally Crowe Court Mansions. In total there are 25 units ranging from 4 to 21 bedrooms.
The University dining room provides three evening meals per week 6pm - 7.30pm. The dining room offers a selection of three different meals and caters for special dietary needs such as Asian, Halal and vegetarian meals.
Further details about catering options will be provided when you arrive.
Each unit has a kitchen with facilities for your other daily cooking needs.
Warrnambool residences have a limited number of fully wheelchair accessible units please contact us for more information.
The on-campus student residences are in high demand and have limited places, therefore many students must rely on the private accommodation market to meet their housing needs. Properties located off-campus are managed by the Division of Student Life Off-Campus Housing Service.