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I understand why city apartments cost more but…yikes.

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Melbourne, VIC — Studio for $300 a week.

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Great news! This apartment is furnished…so long as you’re happy to sleep on a fold-out couch that’ll put your feet only centimetres away from your dining table. The location is excellent though, on Lonsdale Street right in the city.

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Prospect, SA — Three-bedroom apartment for $300 per week.

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While it’s certainly not the ritziest apartment you’ve ever seen, three bedrooms for that price is pretty damn good. It’s in Prospect, one of the city’s “hippest” suburbs (according to the real estate agent), about 5km north of the city.

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Cardwell, QLD — Furnished one-bedroom apartment for $270 a week.

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Ok, I’m obsessed with this brown wicker furniture vibe — how good is a furnished apartment that has actually good furniture?! It’s right across from the marina in Cardwell, which is smack bang between Townsville and Cairns.

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Claremont, WA — One-bedroom apartment for $300 a week.

This cute little unit is about 10 minutes from the beach and 25 minutes from Perth city. The real estate agency boasts that the home is also right across the road from a shopping centre and on the train line so you won’t even need a car.

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Launceston, TAS — One-bedroom apartment for $300.

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This is a pretty spacious one-bedder, considering that it’s just outside the city centre. It’s also newly-renovated AND has a walk-in wardrobe, with a shared courtyard and laundry.

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Millner, NT – One-bedroom apartment for $285 a week.

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The real draw of this apartment is the communal pool, a necessity to survive Darwin’s heat. I also spy a washing machine in the kitchen, a massive plus. It’s about 15 minutes drive from the city.

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Port Macquarie, NSW — One-bedroom apartment for $250 a week.

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This place is two minutes from the beach and The Sea Acres Rainforest National Park. It’s close enough to town to be convenient, but also quiet and beachy at the same time.

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Ballarat, VIC — Three-bedroom cottage for $285 a week.

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What this three-bedder lacks in square meterage, it makes up for in quaintness and charm. It also has heating, a washer, and a back deck. Plus, it’s walking distance from downtown.

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Potts Point, NSW — Studio for $290 per week.

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This studio apartment is pretty small — peep that kitchen which looks like the one on airplanes — but the location is excellent if you wanna be central. Plus, the natural lighting looks pretty mint.

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Wodonga, VIC – Two-bedroom unit for $280 a week.

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That’s a brand-new renovated kitchen AND I can see that brick living room looking cute as hell with some fairy lights and potted plants. It’s right in town too, so you can walk to everything you need.

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Peak Crossing, QLD — Two-bedroom house for $290 a week.

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About an hour from both Brissy and the Gold Coast, this house has two bedrooms with ensuites, and a lawn that’s maintained by the owner.

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Fitzroy, VIC — Studio for $295 per week.

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It’s another small studio, but wowza the storage situation is excellent. Though I hope you don’t need to cook on a stove or oven. 

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Neverfail, NSW — Three-bedroom house for $260 a week.

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If you’re happy living rural, you can get a pretty sweet three-bedroom for cheaper than an inner-city studio. It’s got aircon and hardwood floors, heaps of natural sunlight, and it’s fully furnished. Neverfail is in the middle of NSW, about an hour from Dubbo.

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Esperance, WA — One-bedroom apartment for $250 a week.

This one’s for the beach bums, located in Esperance right across the road from the ocean. It’s just been renovated and is walking distance from the town centre – what a dream.

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And finally, Sanctuary Point, NSW — One-bedroom duplex for $300 a week.

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This brand new duplex is located about 10 minutes from Hyams Beach and Jervis Bay. So yeah, it’s one of the most beautiful places you could live in all of Australia.

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