Homestay provides students with the opportunity to live with an Australian family and is safe and affordable. As temporary members of the host family, students are introduced to Australian food and culture which helps to develop their English language skills. They can also receive help with access to local banking and transport facilities and learn a little about the local area.
Many international students find that the best accommodation on arrival in Australia is a 4 week stay with a Homestay provider. During this period students can look for more permanent rental accommodation. Some students choose to use Homestay on a long term basis however there is no obligation for a student to stay on past the 4 weeks.
Breakfast and dinner are provided by your homestay family 7 days a week while lunch is provided on Saturday and Sunday only. Homestay is a great way to get to know about daily Australian life.
For further information and to make any enquiries, including bookings, please contact:
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Last Updated 8 April 2011