Thrive at University when you live at Trinity
Moving abroad and living alone is never easy. It can be a scary experience, but we are here for you.
Live with us and enjoy a truly rewarding Australian university experience in a convenient, safe and supportive community with other local and international students from around the world.
Safe & Convenient
Let us take care of you while you focus on your studies and navigating university.
Enjoy convenient living with our many amenities and facilities such as buffet style daily meals, professional room cleaners, free laundry facilities, shared-bikes and many more!
Sometimes classes and tutorials are just not enough. Our academic support programs are designed to help you stay competitive and graduate top of your class!
We also offer a variety of health, language, music and writing classes for your interest and / or personal growth.
Career & Professional Growth
We understand the competitive job market can be worrying, that is why we have programs such as career connections and professional development opportunities to help residents gain a better advantage early.
Lifelong Friendships & Australian University
Enjoy an action-packed calendar while you bond with friends that become like family with a variety of social, cultural, sporting and travel events and activities.
Wherever you are from, whatever your interests, there will always be activities for you to join in with and enjoy. You will always fit right in!
Located in Crawley, you are surrounded by everything you need within walking distance – retail stores, cafes, restaurants.
It’s a brisk 2 minutes walk to UWA, while public transport is located right outside for an easy commute to Perth CBD and other Perth Universities.
Affordable Fees & Scholarships
There are so many things to buy and pay for when moving abroad. To make things easy, our fees are all inclusive with no hidden costs.
To ease you financial burden or to save you a little extra money, all our residents are eligible for our many scholarships totaling up to $200,000 annually.Scholarship