Peninsula Studio Apartments

We are excited to launch the new studio apartments in Australia's first student accommodation built to passive house standards.

With 150 fully furnished self-contained studio apartments built over 5 levels, this Hall becomes the focus of residential communal life at the campus.

The new hall will have generous communal facilities including common rooms, games room with pool table and table tennis table, music room and floor lounges.

This new hall brings to the Peninsula campus the MRS quality and standard for studio accommodation.

 

150 residents
6 floors
8 washers
9 dryers
Accessible roomsGraduate rooms

Nearby amenities

All rooms are within walking distance of the campus centre amenities and sports complex. You also have Frankston Hospital, local beaches, community sporting facilities including PARC aquatic centre and a variety of shopping centres nearby.

Public transport

A free shuttle bus operates mornings and evenings between Peninsula campus and Frankston Railway Station. The free University shuttle bus also runs between Peninsula and Clayton campuses.

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Your Room

  • King- single bed and bedside table
  • Kitchen facilities
  • Fridge
  • Ensuite bathroom
  • DEsk, shelves and chair
  • Wardrobe and draws
  • Small dining table and seating
  • VOIP handset and high-speed internet
  • Passive house design

Shared Facilities

As well as your room, you will have access to the shared facilities:

  • Common rooms
  • Games room
  • Bike storage
  • Music rehearsal room
  • Floor lounges (1 per floor)
  • Outdoor BBQ area
  • Laundry

As part of the campus, MRS is supported by the University's security services, with security assistance on hand 24/7.

  • MRS is part of the University Respect Now Always initiative and mobile app.
  • Only residents have access to their hall (via proxy card or security key access)
  • All rooms have their own lock for added privacy
  • All halls and rooms have smoke alarms and fire-safety equipment which are checked regularly
  • We run fire safety inductions and regular drills
  • Our Residential Support Teams are made up of senior Monash University staff and student leaders who live in each hall to support each resident. They are trained to understand the special needs of younger students living away from home for the first time.
  • Residential Support Team members have first-aid training, mental health first-aid training and all are required to have a Working With Children Check.

A safe environment requires cooperation from everyone in the residential community, which is why our Conditions of Residency includes a number of security initiatives and responsibilities.

Mascot and flag

Peninsula Residential is known as the Peninsula Panthers.

Our colours are blue, green, and white. We stand strongly behind our flag, and we hold our head up proudly, wearing our colours on special occasions and to support our fellow residents at sporting events.

Pricing and application

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