Warrnambool Accommodation at a glanceExperience the peace and quiet of regional Victoria while living on campus at Warrnambool. Living on the banks of the pristine Hopkins River means that leisurely walks or a fish before class is the norm. Our campus is located five minutes from local surf beaches and a two-hour drive from Geelong.
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Immerse yourself into campus life at Hopkins View Warrnambool and take advantage of our residential support services and exclusive residential programs.
Utilise our nearby foreshore with Learn to Surf and Stand-Up Paddle boarding sessions.
Residential Red Carpet
Attend our annual Residential Red Carpet – this is the not-to-be missed event of the year involving members from our entire residential community
Routine Academic support and Workshops to prepare students for their first assignment or upcoming assessments.
You are provided with plenty of places to study, watch movies, and cook up a feast with your mates on the Waterfront rooftop or ground-floor outdoor area. Our amazing shared spaces include:
A large decking area with BBQ’s, full equipped kitchen and seated dining area to meet and interact with other residents over a home-cooked meal.
The perfect place for you to meet with others to study for your next assignment or exam or discuss your latest lecture.
Recreational common rooms with a pool table, table tennis, gaming zone, and large TVs for movie nights. You also have access to a designated library nook for those wanting some quiet time and outdoor basketball ring for active time.
Leisurely morning walks or a fish or surf before class are the norm as you will be living on the banks of the pristine Hopkins River and nearby to surf beaches, all only minutes from your classroom’s.
Deakin Warrnambool is superbly located on the Great Ocean Road, 5 minutes from local surf beaches and a 2-hour drive to Geelong! Day trips to explore nearby coastal attractions, beaches and the local national parks are all only a short drive away.
Whale watching is at your doorstop from June to September and a visit to Cudgee Wildlife Park is a must for a unique wildlife encounter.
The convenience of Sherwood Park train station on campus provides flexibility to travel to Melbourne or Geelong. The local bus services run ½ hourly from campus to the city centre and onsite flexicar’s are also options for students to utilize.
Warrnambool offers Hopkins View residents a tight, knit, welcoming and inclusive community. You will immediately feel at home, provided with plenty of opportunities to meet new people and form close friendships.
Local sporting groups provide pathways for residents to engage in local sporting clubs and competitions.
The scholarships that are available at the Warrnambool Campus provide residents with opportunities that are not accessible on other campuses’.
Use produce from our very own veggie patch and orchard to make a shared meal with other residents.