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Find a flatshare or houseshare in Wellington

Find a flatshare or houseshare in Wellington

Students | Tips for Students | 05/31/17

As the capital city of New Zealand, Wellington is one of the country’s best student cities, with a huge number of students living and studying at the Victoria University of Wellington and Massey University – Wellington campus. Living in Wellington you will have the choice of a huge number of events, attractions and activities. At the southern tip of the North Island, Wellington is the windiest city in the world. Despite this unusual title, ‘Windy Wellington’ remains a popular destination for international students. Wellington even has a site welcoming students coming to the city to study. Flatsharing in Wellington is a great way to live in this beautiful city for a reasonable price, leaving you more money to spend on all the capital of New Zealand has to offer.

Why choose Wellington?

With three world ranked universities, Wellington is a great choice for ambitious students in all manner of fields. A degree from any of Wellington’s universities will set a student on the right course after graduation. Wellington is the political, cultural and scientific heart of New Zealand, but the compact city has its own identity. A ride on the famous Wellington Cable Car or a view from the top of Mount Victoria will make you fall in love with the city’s surroundings. Cuba Street – the coolest street in the city – is a great visit, with quirky bohemian cafés, shops, restaurants and meeting places. If that isn’t for you, the city also has a rich cultural history and a wide range of museums such as Te Papa Tongarewa, the national museum of New Zealand. Wellington is host to Beervana, New Zealand’s beer festival, a celebration of the country’s high quality brews and brewers!

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Like many cities in New Zealand, Wellington has its fair share of flatshares and houseshares. Popular student areas include Aro Valley, a popular area close to the Victoria University of Wellington with a large student population, Roseneath, which has superb views provided by the rather large hill, and Mount Cook, a cheaper area with a fair amount of students within walking distance of the CBD. All these areas offer different things; whether you want to be close to university, have cheaper rents or be in a thriving area, there is a place for you. Rents can vary depending on the area, but Wellington does have a short stock of available accommodation and flatting is very popular among students, meaning that competition can be high.

Roomlala has ads for flat and house shares in Wellington, as well as spare rooms, if you feel that flatsharing is not for you.

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