Welcome 8.5.18

A very warm welcome to all of the new students this morning at Lexis English Noosa!

We are welcoming Victor from Spain, Jeremias, Max, Camille, Nadia and Livio from Switzerland, Vera, Adilton and Rubens from Brazil.

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Enjoy your very first day at Lexis Noosa and we hope your journey in Australia is everything that you expect and more. Let’s hope that this weather clears up and you can explore all of Noosa’s best kept secrets.

First week in Noosa?                                                                   

This is what you need to see, know and do:

Laguna Lookout Sunset

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Pack a picnic and head up to Laguna Lookout for one of the most amazing Australian sunsets you will ever see!

 

 

Noosa National Park

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Noosa National Park’s Coastal Track is one of the great walks of the Sunshine Coast. You’ll see turquoise water, white sand, frolicking dolphins and a native forest with koalas.

 

Noosa Main Beach

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Make your way down to Hastings Street and grab an ice cream of your choice and melt away while you stare into the magical waters of Noosa Main Beach.

Welcome 23.4.18

Welcome to our four new students at Lexis Noosa!

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This morning we are welcoming Sebastian, Mina, Rachel and Juliette from Switzerland.

We hope you all enjoy your time at Lexis English.

Welcome 9.4.18

This morning Lexis Noosa welcomes 11 new students to join the Lexis Family!

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We welcome YooJeong, Sang Geun, Yong Min and Won Yeong from Korea. Yutaro, Mayu and Shiori from Japan. Ampardo and Yannik from Spain. Lara from Germany and Lydia from Switzerland. I hope you all have a great first day. Enjoy Noosa Heads as much as you can while you are here because when you leave I promise you will miss it a lot!

Congratulations Lexis Noosa

Best School Award

Ryugaku Journal Inc. have presented their ‘Best school award 2018-Staff category’ to Lexis English Noosa as No.1! Lexis English Noosa has won this award in recognition of providing excellence in education in the key areas of teaching & administrative support, lessons, facilities, accommodation and environment. Best schools were schosen based on the reports of 500 Ryugaku Journal students studying overseas.

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Thank you to all of the staff that helped make this happen.

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We love working at Lexis English Noosa.

Welcome 5.3.18

Good morning Lexis Australia

Lexis Noosa welcomes 16 new students today!

Welcoming Livia, Nadia, Yara, Maxime, Daniela, Alexandra and Jasmin from Switzerland. Kana, Momoka and Mika from Japan. Mathilde from France, Luiza from Brazil, Yue from China, Lide and Elene from Spain and last but not least Hyomi from Korea.

Hope you all enjoy your time in Noosa!

Welcome to sunny Noosa Heads

This morning we welcome 14 new students to Lexis English Noosa!

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Wow, we have students from 5 different nationalities starting today! We are welcoming Sarah, Carina, Yanik, Rahel, Nico and Mirjam from Switzerland. Natsuka, Tomoko, Akiho, Arisa and Rinko from Japan. Christine from Italy, Eunsoo from Korea and Brice from France.

We hope that you all enjoy your studies at Lexis English and get to explore the beautiful town of Noosa.

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Welcome 2.2.18

We have 18 new students joining us at Lexis Noosa!

Welcoming people from all over the world. We have Cloe, Debora, Sina, Julia, Mireille, Monica and Sasha from Switzerland. Chisato, Remi, Mizuha, Tomoki and Haruki from Japan. Christina and Lena from Germany, Mauricio from Brazil and Eva from Belgium.

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We hope you enjoy your studies and stay in beautiful Noosa Heads.

 

First week in Noosa?                                                                                                                    What you need to see, know and do:

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Laguna Lookout Sunset

Pack a picnic and head up to Laguna Lookout for one of the most amazing Australian sunsets you will ever see!

 

 

 

Woman walking on track in Noosa National Park’s Coastal Track Sunshine Coast

Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park’s Coastal Track is one of the great walks of the Sunshine Coast. You’ll see turquoise water, white sand, frolicking dolphins and a native forest with koalas.

 

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Noosa Main Beach

Make your way down to Hastings Street and grab an ice cream of your choice and melt away while you stare into the magical waters of Noosa Main Beach. 

 

Meet the Homestay Team

We have a phenomenal Homestay Team at Lexis Noosa. Cathy, Simona and Mark are responsible for placing students with a suitable homestay family and they often perform miracles. As we love them we thought we’d share some information about them with you.

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Cathy has been working here at Lexis Noosa for 10 years. She’s originally from Wales but moved to Australia 20 years ago. She enjoys her job because of the variety of tasks that it encompasses – no two days are the same. When she is not with us at work she is kept busy with her three teenage children. She loves living in Noosa because of the carefree and relaxed lifestyle it offers. She is passionate about the beach and watching surfing and she couldn’t imagine living and working in a more ideal place.

Simona moved to Noosa 4 months ago from London, where she lived for 7 years. She is originally from Romania and has been an intrepid traveller since she was quite young. When she was at university, she used to travel to the USA every summer on a “Work & Travel” program – this is one of the reasons she loves helping students find a perfect place to spend their time here in Noosa, she knows what it is like to be away from home for a period of time. She is thoroughly enjoying living in Noosa as she leads an active and healthy lifestyle.

Mark recently returned home to Australia after having lived in Canada for 2 years. While he was there he assisted Athletes with their accommodation at the Legacy Olympic Venue. He is an adrenaline junky and loves snowboarding, skydiving, climbing, bungee jumping and any other extreme sports that gives you that adrenaline kick. When he is not being and adventurer or assisting students with their accommodation, he is a DJ. In fact, he’ll be playing at Cafe Le Monde (a very trendy bar/restaurant on Hastings street) this Friday.

 

My Dream House

In the FCE classes the students were set the delightful task to write about their dream house. I was set the task of choosing the best one and then blogging it but I have to admit I found it extrememly challenging so I decided to take the cowardly route and thus to put the top eight up and leave it to our readers discretion as to which you think is the best. I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I did. And thank you to the FCE students for sharing their wonderful ideas.

My Dream House

If I could create my own dream house for my future, I would need a lot of money to make it perfect.

I’ve always expected my dream house would be big, not like a villa, but bigger than normal family houses. When I dream about my future house, I always see the colour light blue in front of me. So my dream house shall be light blue outside and surrounded with lovely pink and blue flowers. The furniture inside would be dark brown and in an antique style. It shouldn’t remind me of a modern interior. A little garden has to be included.

In my dream my future home isn’t placed in a crowded city, I’d prefer to live in the countryside but not too far away from the stores as I’d like to be able to walk or cycle to go food shopping. It would be great if the next house were placed 50m from me so I could have enough privacy and it would be wonderful to have nice neighbours in case I ever need help.

In conclusion I hope I’ll have a great job someday to realise my dream house because I can think of nothing more important than to raise a family and get old in a wonderful home that I’ve dreamt up. I can’t wait!

By Justine

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Home sweet home

Since I moved to Noosa I have become closer to nature and I have fallen in love with the idea of living near the beach, waking up and seeing the sea whilst listening to the birds and just feeling relaxed when I open up my eyes.

My dream house will be located exactly where I am living now in Noosa and I will tell you why. This is the place that I feel absolute freedom and this is probably because of the good vibrations that exist there. Furthermore, there are some of the most beautiful beaches that I have ever seen.

When I think of my house I can just think of a big white house which transmits tranquillity where I can feel comfortable and where I want to stay inside more than outside. I expect to have a nice pool, the best sofa in the world to watch films on Netflix and also a big backyard with a hammock and a barbecue grill to spend my weekends eating with my friends.

To conclude, my ideal house is where I will be able to open the window and see the ocean while I’m lying in my hammock and know that I’m living exactly where I always wanted to – the real meaning of Home Sweet Home.

By Geovanna

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My Dream Home In New Zealand

Some of you probably expect that every student wants to live in a luxurious house with a pool and expensive cars. But not me! I dream of living in an old vineyard in New Zealand.

The vineyard would be built in a traditional way which means it should like an old farmhouse and be surrounded by nature. I don’t want to drive for hours the city so it should be located on the outskirts of Auckland, but not too far away. If possible, it should also be cloase to a lake, because I love going for a swim on hot summer days. The vineyard should, apart from the vines, also include a barnyard for some animals like cows or horses.

Even though it sounds like a simple lifestyle, I’d like to have a modern interior. A big living room with an open kitchen would be very nice and also enough rooms for the guests or for doing some sport like yoga. A big balcony with a beautiful view of the vines and nature would be peaceful. It would  also be nice  for celebrating birthdays and having a glass of your self-made wine.

All I need is a place where I can calm down after a hard working day. And if I want some more action I can drive into the city or go on an adventurous holiday.

By Joy

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My Perfect Aussie Beach House

If I won the lottery the first thing I’d do is to fulfil my dream of having a beautiful beach house. It would be near the sea to have good access to the surf at any time. So which country would be the most suitable?

Due to the fact that Australia hadn’t been discovered by Europeans a long time ago, I could search for new land and build my dream house here. It should definitely be a two storey house with a large backyard and a really big garage. Furthermore I’d like to have it surrounded by trees and have my own garden.

The house itself doesn’t have to be very spacious or have many features. As long as I can store my 3 surfboards in my garage and have some electricity to cook my homegrown vegetables I’ll be more than happy. In view of the fact that I’d like to be indetpendent I’d use the spacious garage to run my business selling surfboards. In other words the only think I have to do now is earn a lot of money and marry an Australian girl so I can migrate and live here.

By Joel

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My Perfect Place to Live

I think a lot of people dream about living in a huge villa, but not me, I’d like to have a cosy small place to live. I’d prefer to live near Zurich but not in the centre of the city. If I could choose my dream place, it would be in a big apartment on the top floor with a really nice view over the lake and nature.

For me, the best choice at the moment would be to live in an apartment, because you do not have to clean as much as in a big house. I do not need a garden. I would like to have a huge terrace and the bedrooms should be spacious.

My apartment will have a lot of good features. On my terrace there’ll be a few plants and flowers and maybe a whirlpool where you can bathe while looking at the stars at night. My kitchen would be modern but not with too many visible electrical appliances. The most important thing is I need a TV in my bedroom and a walk in closet for my clothes and shoes. The sofa should also be very comfortable in order to chill out.

Although I live in the luxury of a big villa I’d prefer to live in a special apartment with many small advantages. Lastly, I’d like to have a dog that’ll live with me in my penthouse paradise.

Noemi

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My lovely little cottage

In my dreams, I live in a little cosy cottage in the countryside of Ireland. A little town should be easy to reach to do the shopping or just to drink some tea with friends.

My housemates would be a dog, two cats and a few rabbits. The dog and the cats should have enough space to run around, which is why I’ll have a lovely big garden. In my garden there’ll be an apple tree with a cosy bench to relax and to enjoy the sunshine. At Christmas time, the cottage will have a string of fairy lights around the roof.

Inside the cottage there will be a living room with a huge couch and a nice sized TV. The kitchen should be designed in the country style and there should be enough space to bake some cupcakes or to cook dinner with friends. There’ll also be a chimney and fireplace to heat the cottage on cold winter days.  I also want to have a big bed in the bedroom and a walk-in closet. In the bathroom there’ll be a whirlpool in the middle and a huge shower. I’ll also have a guest room with its own bathroom where I can offer Air B’n’B accommodation. There’ll be a separate entrance to this room and enough rooms in the cottage for my family and friends as they are always welcome to come and visit me.

Michele

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My Dream House

During my life I have lived in many different places and in many different countries but which place was the best? Where would I like to live forever? What is my dream house? It’s a difficult question because living in an amazing villa on the beach or living in a small flat in the city both have their own advantages and disadvantages. If I really had to choose only one place, it would be a big apartment in a large cultural city such as London, Rome, Paris or Prague.

What would the apartment be like? Well, because I would like to live with my family – my partner and future kids – it needs to be a big apartment with 4 or 5 rooms, 2 bathrooms and a big living room. Everybody needs to have their own space. We’d also need a small office for my partner as well as a big bedroom and playroom for the kids.

The most important thing is light. I love it when the sun is shining and the house has a charming atmosphere because of that. All decoration needs to be comfy and look warm. I can imagine that the furniture reminds me of something historical, romantic or vintage. Although this is my dream, I don’t want to live in a museum – I want it to be a home and a home is not about the material things a home is about love and the people.

So what is my dream house then? It is a place, no matter where, that I can wake up every day with a smile  and with the light of the people I love.

Katerina

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Home sweet home.

What would you do if you were rich and could build any kind of house? I would definitely build my dream house. Of course it’s only my imagination but I will never lose my hope to fulfil it.

It’s so difficult to choose a place where I would like to build my house, because in the world there are so many beautiful and astonishing places. But if I had the choice I would choose a place next to the sea, perhaps in Australia or Bora Bora.

My dream house is a big villa surrounded by palms and a lot of space. I should look quite modern but cosy as well. In other words, I should be comfortable for a family.

The villa should have a big garden, a pool a BBQ area and a boat station for my private yacht. A must have in my house is a modern kitchen including high technology gadgets. In my cellar I would have a home cinema and a wellness area to relax and get away from the daily routine. Furthermore, every bedroom will have an aquarium instead of a wall.

All in all, I know it may sound improbably but everyone has dreams and nobody should stop dreaming – never give up!

Nicole

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A Rewarding Homestay Experience

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Just thought I would like to share this with you.  We sent Anya home with a bottle of our honey from our own bees with a note to her parents to thank them for sharing their daughter with us.

Recently we received this card from Anya’s parents:

AnyaAnya was the first (and oldest) international student we have hosted with such impeccable English and it led to some rewarding ‘in depth’ discussions.

 Looking forward to hosting the next student,  Suzanne Lee.

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Letter from a Host Mother

From: Suzanne Lee          Subject: Home Stay from Hiroshima YMCA

Thank you Lexis for the opportunity to home host Ryunosuke, Takumi and Atsuki.

It was the best experience we have had with home hosting over the past few years.

They were easy to entertain,  were helpful and always ready on time and kept their room tidy.  I couldn’t believe that they even put their washing in the laundry each night, helped to set the table and cleared after, and carried my groceries when we went shopping.  Makes me wonder where we went wrong with our own children!!

Their families should be very proud of them.

Thank you again and we look forward to the next lot!

Sincerely,   Suzanne Lee.

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Joan’s Homestay Experiences

One of our lovely Homestay parents, Joan was kind enough to share with us her experiences hosting Lexis students.

Joan hosted many students from Lexis and one of her students was Japanese woman who stayed with her for just one week but formed a great bond. The student studied English literature at university and though she was only here for one week, they kept in touch after returning to Japan. A few months after returning to Japan Joan invited her student to visit her for a couple of weeks and they travelled to the Gold Coast.

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Joan and her student on their trip to Tasmania in February

Last February they travelled to Tasmania together, 3 years after her original visit, and they are still in touch today!

Joan has always helped Lexis students and just recently took two of our students on a “mystery tour” of the area, showing them Noosa Springs Golf Course and Clubhouse, Noosa Waters housing and finally kangaroos at dusk in Cooroibah. They are planning to visit the Eumundi markets together in the next month.

Her first Swiss student bought an old van to travel around Australia with a friend and Joan made curtains for the van so they could sleep better! The student went on to stay in Sydney with a friend of Joan’s, who taught him to windsurf. He was last heard from on Isla Margarita off the Venezuelan coast where he had been studying Spanish.

Another Swiss student introduced Joan to his family via Skype, and helped her entertain her friends at a caftan party. They had such a great time together that Joan visited him and his family in Berne!

Joan loves to hear of the subsequent careers, travels, weddings and babies from her students and found hosting students a very positive experience – she thoroughly recommends it to anyone as it broadens our experiences and minds and leads to lasting friendships.

Meet Anne Derksen, one of our wonderful homestay mums

Anne Derksen has been a second mother to our junior students for over five years.

Living at beautiful Peregian Beach, she enjoys introducing her students to the relaxed Noosa lifestyle. She is also great fun. I found her playing table tennis with Linda and Nicole after school yesterday evening.  We are very lucky to have host families like Linda.

Host mum Anne with Linda and Nicole from Our Lady of the Rosary College, Hong Kong

Host mum Anne with Linda and Nicole from Our Lady of the Rosary College, Hong Kong

 

Looking for Accommodation?

Attention all Lexis Noosa students: There are some rooms available in our Student Houses over the next few months. All Student Houses are within 15 minutes walk/5 minutes by bicycle from Lexis Noosa, Main Beach or Sunshine Beach.

student housesSee Tanja in our Accommodation Office for more information!

Renting your own apartment in Noosa

Most students like to live with a local family or in an organised student house when they first arrive. This is a good idea, as it gives you time to adjust to your new life style, meet local people and feel safe and secure so far away from home. However, if you are intending to study or stay in Australia for a long period, you will most probably want to look for your own accommodation after a few weeks.

The government have a website especially designed to give advice for people wanting to rent houses or apartments.  It is called the Residential Tenancies Authority and you will find it at rta.qld.gov.au    Some of the good advice they give is:

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It is usually not difficult to find accommodation in Noosa and the best place to start is by talking to other students. We have a notice board and information folder in reception where students and members of the public will post adverts for share accommodation.

The most important advice is to check out the apartment or house carefully and if possible talk to someone else who has lived there or ask for a reference. Happy House hunting.

A nail biting match!!!

The two rivalries teams (Noosa Vs Maroochydore) came together for their monthly soccer match yesterday, and both teams had a fierce look in their eyes. Within the first 10 minutes, the Noosa team were trying to find their feet while the Maroochydore team ran loops around them placing 3 goals into the back of the net.

Noosa finally woke up coming back scoring two some goals before half time.

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After the half time breather and some vitamin C intake, the Noosa Team charged on field scoring another goal making the scores even. 

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The match was neck and neck with both teams holding even possession. With 5 minutes to go, Maroochydore took possession of the ball using their star player, Ricardo, to beat three defenders and score a brilliant goal to bring the score 4-3. Noosa had not yet given up, nicely playing each pass, bring the ball forward in to Maroochydore defense. With less than 30 seconds on the clock, Manu used ‘his mind’ to play the ball nicely to Felipe’s foot, where Felipe beat off two defenders knocking the ball at the back of the net, bring the final score to a draw, 4-4! Well done to both team, a nail biting match!

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Meet The Lexis English Noosa Accommodation Team

What does it take to be a successful accommodation officer? The skills of a hotel manager, student counsellor, court mediator, logistics director all combined with a sHomestay Staffense of humour and lots of patience. These three Ladies have it all.

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Homestay Manager, Jo Porter has run the department for the last 6 years, overseeing over 1600 providers with 500 families currently hosting. She loves a joke and we can hear her laughter all around the office. 6 am on a Sunday morning you will find her walking her dog on one of our beautiful beaches.

After backpacking around Australia, Cath and her family settled in Noosa and wouldn’t live anywhere else. Her daughter Lilly is a talented dancer and her youngest son Ethan is a gifted surfer, so you will usually find Cath chasing the waves at the weekends. She meets all our students, as she covers both reception and homestay duties and everyone appreciates her gentle caring manner.

Lori Rayner grew up in Naroom, a picturesque seaside town in southern New South Wales. As well as host family placements, Lori is responsible for our student houses. Maybe this is why she enjoys her Friday sunset cocktails so much? At the weekends you will find her enjoying the quiet peace of our National Park.

Meet one of our wonderful homestay families

When Swiss student Nathanael Zurbrugg arrived in Noosa, he had very limited English and due to major health problems needed a family able to assist him with hospital visits. Roy and Marieta Leggett welcomed him into their home and became his ‘second family’.

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Nathaniel stayed with Roy and Marieta for two months and his English improved enough to be accepted at Hillsong College in Sydney.  He returned this week to say hello to his buddies in Noosa and visit Lexis Noosa again. Roy and Marieta insisted that he stay with them again ‘free of charge’. Thank you for being there for our students. 🙂

Emir’s Homestay Experience….

Emir (Lexis Noosa student):

“The reason why I took a homestay, was that I wanted to see how an Australian family live. I wanted to learn something about the Australian culture, traditions, foods and music.
I prefer a homestay family more than a student house, because I think my English will improve much better with a family, which has kids – like at the Nielsen’s house. Every child has a sport activity. They took me to some competitions. This was great, I spent time with the homestay family, I met new people and I had some interesting conversations.”

Carl Nielsen (Lexis Noosa Hostfather):

“I love how the friendship grows between our students, my boys and myself .
We all get to understand and witness each others cultures in our home. Also, it is great when students go travelling and return to see us. It is a special time just like family for all.”

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Student House availability!

We currently have a twin ensuite room,  available for a female student at our Challenge Court student house from 3/02/13 to 19/04/13.

Please contact the accommodation office for further information or bookings:

E: noosahomestay@lexisenglish.com

P: 07 5447 4448

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Meet new Lexis Noosa staff member – Chris!

Chris is originally from England and is in Australia playing Rugby League for the Sunshine Coast Sea Eagles. Chris is a keen sportsman and completely gym mad! His love for sports has also led Chris to become a fully qualified Physical Education Teacher, where he has worked in mainstream schools, special education units and has also delivered an activities program for youth offenders in England.

While Chris is playing Rugby in Australia, we are also lucky enough to have him running the activities for our Lexis Noosa students on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Make sure you say hello and give Chris a big welcome!

Student House Availability!

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A ROOM?

 We have rooms available in our student houses – Come & see Lori in accommodation!

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CHALLENGE COURT, bed one, Room A, single now 9/06/2012 M or F
CHALLENGE COURT, bed seven, room D, twin ensuite 16/06/2012 onwards M or F F from 7/07/2012
CHALLENGE COURT, bed six, room D, twin ensuite 16/06/2012 7/07/2012 M or F
CHALLENGE COURT, bed three, room B, twin now 16/06/2012 M or F
CHALLENGE COURT, bed two, room B, twin now 16/06/2012 M or F
From To M/F
BELFA PLACE, bed six, room D, twin now 29/09/2012 f to 24/06/2012
BELFA PLACE, bed two, room B, single now 20/05/2012
From To M/F
SARENA COURT, bed five, room D, twin ensuite 27/05/2012 4/08/2012 M or F
SARENA COURT, bed six, room D, twin ensuite 27/05/2012 onwards M or F
SARENA COURT, bed two, room B, twin now onwards M or F
SARENA COURT, bed three, room B, twin now 10-Jun 10/06 – 8/07 F only
SARENA COURT, bed one, room A, single 12/06/2012 7/07/2012 M or F
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SOUTHERN CROSS PARADE, bed two, room B, twin now onwards M until 7/07/2012

Student House Availability

A room has become available at our student house in Belfa Place!

Twin share Room is available at $140.00 per week
from next Wednesday 11th January to 28th January 2012

If you are interested or have any questions please contact the
accommodation department and they will be happy to help.

Looking For A Nice Place To Live For Free?

A lovely lady is having foot surgery and requires someone to do basic duties around the house in exchange for free room and board located only 7 minutes walk from GV Noosa.

The room is available from the 14 August 2010 for up to 8 weeks and is rent free in exchange for basic cleaning around the house, assistance with preparing meals and other light duties.

If you are interested then please come and see Jo in the homestay office.

Student House availability

GV Noosa student houses are still quite full leading into the new year, but there are often short-stays available

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If you’re only looking for a stay for a couple of weeks, there are still rooms available in some houses.  Here is a quick list, but there are more ‘gaps’ that you can speak to the Accommodation Office about!

Challenge Court:  Up to 6wks from 12 December (Single and Share)

Belfa Place: Up to 6wks from November 22 (Single and Share)

Advance Place: Up to 4 weeks from October 30 (Share)

Sarena Court: Ongoing availability from November 28 (Share)

Tarina Street:  Up to 4 weeks from November 21 (Share)

Please drop into the Accommodation Office for more information, or download the information sheets below:

Advance Place Student Apartment

Belfa Place Student House

Southern Cross Parade Student Apartment

Challenge Court Student House

Sarena Court Student House

Student House Vacancies

Are you looking for student house accommodation in Noosa?

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  We have limited availability for various lengths of time. 

Advance Place Student House – Sunrise Beach

Room A, Bed 4 – 29.05.2009 / 20.06.2009 (Male) $130.00 / week

 Room B, Bed 4 – 28.04.2009 / 15.05.2009 (Male) $130.00 / week

 Room B, Bed 4 – 30.05.2009 / 18.07.2009 (Male) $130.00 / week

Belfa Place Student House – Noosa Heads

Room D, Bed 5 – 10.05.2009 / 14.06.2009 (Male) $120.00 / week

Room D, Bed 6 – 12.04.2009 / 09.05.2009 (Male) $120.00 / week

Challenge Court Student House – Sunshine Beach

Room C, Bed 5 – 07.04.2009 / 12.09.2009 (Fem) $120.00 / week

Room D, Bed 7 – 18.05.2009 / 01.06.2009 (Both) $130.00 / week

Room D, Bed 7 – 01.06.2009 / 23.06.2009 (Fem) $130.00 / week

Room D, Bed 6 – 07.04.2009 / 18.05.2009 (Male) $130.00 / week

Room D, Bed 6 – 18.05.2009 / 01.06.2009 (Both) $130.00 / week

Room B, Bed 3 – 30.05.2009 / 05.07.2009 (Male) $120.00 / week

Room B, Bed 2 – 02.05.2009 / 16.05.2009 (Male) $120.00 / week

 

Speak to Aimee in the Homestay Office if you’d like more details!

Student house vacancies

It’s still quite busy in our student houses, but check out the list below for vacancies…

HOUSE ROOM TYPE MALE/FEMALE DATE FROM DATE TO  $/WEEK 
Challenge Crt Twin Ensuite Male or Female 24/01/2009 2/03/2009  $      130
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male/Female 2/02/2009 15/02/2009  $      130
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male/Female 2/02/2009 15/02/2009  $      130
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male or Female 2/02/2009 7/02/2009  $      130
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male or Female 2/02/2009 15/02/2009  $      130
Sarena Twin Ensuite Male 14/02/2009 22/02/2009  $      130
Challenge Crt Twin Male /Female 1/03/2009 25/04/2009  $      120
Belfa Twin Ensuite Female 7/03/2009 15/03/2009  $      130
Challenge Crt Twin Ensuite Female 9/03/2009 16/03/2009  $      130
Belfa Twin Ensuite Female 14/03/2009 21/03/2009  $      130
Belfa Twin Ensuite Male 14/03/2009 9/05/2009  $      130
Tarina Twin Ensuite Male or Female 15/03/2009 4/04/2009  $      130
Tarina Small Single Male or Female 15/03/2009 3/04/2009  $      120
Tarina Twin Ensuite Female 21/03/2009 31/03/2009  $      130
Sarena Twin Ensuite Male 22/03/2009 5/04/2009  $      130
Tarina Twin Ensuite Male/Female 26/03/2009 4/04/2009  $      130
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male or Female 29/03/2009 Onwards  $      130
Sarena Small Single Male/Female/Couples 29/03/2009 Onwards  $      160
Challenge Crt Twin Male 4/04/2009 26/04/2009  $      120
Sarena Twin Male 4/04/2009 10/05/2009  $      120
Southern Cross Twin Male 6/04/2009 10/04/2009  $      120
Belfa Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 11/04/2009 18/04/2009  $      160
Belfa Twin Ensuite Female 18/04/2009 2/05/2009  $      130
Tarina Twin  Female 21/04/2009 26/04/2009  $      120
Tarina Small Single Male or Female 1/05/2009 Onwards  $      120
Southern Cross Twin Male or Female 8/05/2009 Onwards  $      120
Belfa Twin Ensuite Male or Female 10/05/2009 Onwards  $      130
Challenge Crt Twin Ensuite Male or Female 11/05/2009 Onwards  $      130
Challenge Crt Twin Male/Female 24/05/2009 Onwards  $      120
Tarina Twin  Female 24/05/2009 29/05/2009  $      120
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male or Female 30/05/2009 Onwards  $      130
Tarina Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 30/05/2009 Onwards  $      160
Southern Cross Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 1/06/2009 Onwards  $      160
Sarena Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 2/06/2009 Onwards  $      160
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male/Female 7/06/2009 Onwards  $      130
Sarena Twin Male/Female 7/06/2009 Onwards  $      120
Belfa Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 13/06/2009 10/10/2009  $      160
Advance Place  Twin Ensuite Male/Female 20/06/2009 Onwards  $      130
Belfa Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 20/06/2009 10/10/2009  $      160
Challenge Crt Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 20/06/2009 Onwards  $      160
Tarina Twin Male or Female 20/06/2009 Onwards  $        90
Tarina Double Bed  Male/Female/Couples 20/06/2009 Onwards  $      160
Belfa Twin Ensuite Female/Male 27/06/2009 Onwards  $      130
Challenge Crt Twin Male/Female 27/06/2009 Onwards  $      120
Challenge Crt Twin Male or Female 27/06/2009 Onwards  $      120
Challenge Crt Twin Male/Female 28/06/2009 Onwards  $      120
Challenge Crt Twin Ensuite Male or Female 6/07/2009 Onwards  $      130
Sarena Twin Male/Female 26/07/2009 Onwards  $      120
Sarena Twin Ensuite Male or Female 26/07/2009 Onwards  $      130
Sarena Twin Ensuite Male or Female 26/07/2009 Onwards  $      130
Tarina Twin Ensuite Male or Female 26/07/2009 Onwards  $      130
Tarina Twin Ensuite Male or Female 26/07/2009 Onwards  $      130
Southern Cross Twin  Male or Female 3/08/2009 Onwards  $      120
 

 You can see more photos at http://flickr.com/photos/gvqueensland/sets/72157608219650450/ .  Drop in and check with the Accommodation Office if you need more information.

Student House Vacancies

We’re still looking quite full in our student houses in coming months. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROPERTY  ROOM TYPE MALE/FEMALE DATE FROM DATE TO  Price/week 
Challenge Twin Male or female 12.10.08 19.10.08  $        90.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Female 1.11.08 30.11.08  $      100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Female 1.11.08 9.11.08  $      100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Female 1.11.08 9.11.08  $      100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Female 15.11.08 12.1.09  $      100.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Female 16.11.08 6.12.08  $      100.00
Challenge Twin Female 30.11.08 13.12.08  $        90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Female 14.12.08 12.1.09  $      100.00
Challenge Twin Female 20.12.08 11.1.09  $        90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 3.1.09 11.1.08  $        90.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male  2.2.09 onwards  $      100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 2.2.09 onwards  $      100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 2.2.09 onwards  $      100.00
Challenge Double bed Male/female/couple 6.2.09 14.2.09  $      135.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 14.2.09 onwards  $      100.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 14.2.09 22.2.09  $      100.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 2.3.09 onwards  $      100.00
Tarina Twin Male or female 7.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Challenge Twin Female 7.3.08 onwards  $        90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 7.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Tarina Twin Female 7.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 9.3.09 onwards  $      100.00
Belfa Place Twin  Male or female 14.3.08 9.5.09  $        90.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Female 14.3.09 onwards  $      100.00
Sarena Double bed Male/female/couple 15.3.09 onwards  $      135.00
Tarina Twin ensuite Male 15.3.09 4.4.09  $      100.00
Tarina Single bed Male or female 15.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 15.3.09 onwards  $      100.00
Sarena Single bed Male or female 22.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 22.3.08 onwards  $      100.00
Challenge Twin Male 29.3.09 onwards  $        90.00
Challenge Twin Male or female 4.4.09 onwards  $        90.00
Sarena Twin Male or female 4.4.09 onwards  $        90.00
Sarena Twin Male or female 4.4.09 onwards  $        90.00
Southern Cross Parade Twin Male or female 6.4.09 onwards  $        90.00
Belfa Place Double bed Male/female/couple 11.4.09 10.10.09  $      135.00
Southern Cross Parade Double bed Male/female/couple 4.5.09 onwards  $      135.00

Ask at the Homestay Office if you have any questions!

Student House Vacancies

Actually, we’re looking pretty full up for a while!

PROPERTY  ROOM TYPE MALE/FEMALE DATE FROM DURATION  PRICE 
Challenge Twin ensuite Female 14.12.08 4 wks 1 nt  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male  20.12.08 3 wks 2 nts  $  100.00
Challenge Twin Female 20.12.08 3wk 1 nt  $    90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 3.1.09 8 nts  $    90.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Female 3.1.09 2 wks  $  100.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 14.2.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 14.2.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Challenge Twin Male 1.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 2.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Challenge Twin Female 7.3.08 as long as you like  $    90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Tarina Twin Male or female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Tarina Twin Male or female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 9.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Sarena Double bed Male/female/couple 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  135.00
Tarina Twin ensuite Male 15.3.09 2 wks 6 nts  $  100.00
Tarina Single bed Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Sarena Single bed Male or female 22.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Sarena Twin ensuite Male or female 22.3.08 as long as you like  $  100.00

If you can’t find a room in a student house, remember to check the notice board in the common room for private rentals…there seem to be a lot around at the moment!

Student House vacancies….not many!

There are still a couple of rooms available in coming months in GV Noosa’s student houses. 

PROPERTY  ROOM TYPE MALE/FEMALE FROM DURATION  PRICE  
Challenge Twin ensuite Female 14.12.08 4 wks 1 nt  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male  20.12.08 3 wks 2 nts  $  100.00
Challenge Twin Female 20.12.08 3wk 1 nt  $    90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 3.1.09 8 nts  $    90.00
Tarina Double bed Male/female/couple 28.2.09 5 wks  $  135.00
Challenge Twin Male 1.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 2.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Challenge Twin Female 7.3.08 as long as you like  $    90.00
Belfa Place Twin  Female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Tarina Twin Male or female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Tarina Twin Male or female 7.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Challenge Twin ensuite Male or female 9.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Belfa Place Twin ensuite Male or female 14.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Advance Place Twin ensuite Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  100.00
Sarena Double bed Male/female/couple 15.3.09 as long as you like  $  135.00
Tarina Twin ensuite Male 15.3.09 2 wks 6 nts  $  100.00
Tarina Single bed Male or female 15.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00
Sarena Single bed Male or female 22.3.09 as long as you like  $    90.00

 

Speak to Sue or Jo in the Accommodation Office for more details!