UniLodge New Zealand commenced operation in Auckland in 2003 and since establishment has developed strong and repeat relationships with many of New Zealand’s quality education institutions. UniLodge New Zealand is led by General Manager Laura Roberts with offices in Auckland.
The UniLodge New Zealand footprint includes the following properties:
1. UniLodge Anzac Beach / 367 beds / University of Auckland
2. 55 Symonds Street / 343 / University of Auckland
3. Whitaker Place / 300 beds / University of Auckland
4. Te Tirohanga o te Toangaroa / 488 beds / University of Auckland
5. Stafford House / 301 beds / Victoria University Wellington
6. Mayoral Drive Auckland / 695 / AUT (under construction)
7. Tupuānuku / 504 / University of Canterbury
UniLodge New Zealand is thrilled and honoured to be working in close partnership with the University of Canterbury on its new Tupuānuku student accommodation, to deliver an exceptional Residential Life experience for the students of the University of Canterbury in a caring pastoral environment. In particular we look forward to supporting University of Canterbury’s initiative to promote education opportunities and pastoral outcomes for Māori and Pasifika students.
All our facilities are located close to major universities, so getting to class only takes an easy bus ride or a short walk. You’ll typically find any other amenities you need nearby as well, whether it’s in the CBD or the local shopping centre. When you’re not at uni or exploring the city, you’ll feel right at home in your fully furnished UniLodge student apartment. Each property offers a wonderful range of facilities to enjoy during your downtime, from gyms and pools to music and common rooms. Our student housing is also built with your safety and privacy in mind with security features to ensure you always feel safe at home. Learn more about UniLodge’s Vision, Mission and Values.
No matter where you’re planning to study in Australia or New Zealand, UniLodge has an ideal student apartment for you. Search our portfolio and you’ll find we have: