Short Term or Casual Stay - Application
Our rooming layout is similar to a three-bedroom apartment. Each of the three residents housed in an apartment and are provided with their own lockable bedroom. They share the facilities of the bathroom, toilet and common lounge area. While there is no kitchen, there is a kettle, fridge/freezer and microwave in each apartment.
Above: Example of three-bedroom standard unit with share common room and share bathroom.
- Price includes all utilities, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and free unlimited high speed WiFi. Linen is supplied on arrival, however, laundering of linen is the residents responsibility for the length of their stay. Where indicated, the price includes all meals, breakfast, lunch and dinner, 7 days a week. If you are unable to return to Cairns Student Lodge for lunch, you may take it with you at breakfast time.
Short Term or Casual Stay Rates for 2017/2018
All amounts in Australian Dollars (AUD)
- Graduation Ceremony Special - JCU Cairns. Student and family members can share a three bedroom apartment.
Let us know why you would like to stay at Cairns Student Lodge. Reasons might include: short term course, block course, thesis research, exams, work experience, internship or other.
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What Happens Next
- Step 1 - Complete your application online (this form)
- Step 2 – Cairns Student Lodge will email you the cost of your stay and bank details for payment. Credit Card payments are also accepted over the phone.
- Step 3 - Payment in full, is due a minimum of 10 days prior to your arrival date. If you are booking with less than 10 days notice, please do call us on (07) 4057 1111 to ensure that your reservation is confirmed.
I understand that by submitting this application I am applying for accommodation at Cairns Student Lodge and if admitted I agree to comply with the rules for living on the property. I acknowledge that Cairns Student Lodge has the right to reject my application. All information on this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.