The Blocks (On Campus)
Private room with shared bathroom, living room and kitchenette.
A$2,925 per semester + A$2,000 for meal plan
The Towers (On Campus)
Hotel Style Room (private room with bathroom).
A$3,750 per semester or A$2,325 (if sharing the room) + A$2,000 for meal plan
Rina and Alan give you a tour of on-campus accommodation options at Bond University.
Off-Campus Apartments (Non-University Owned)
There are many wonderful apartments surrounding campus but they are not owned by the university so need to be booked directly with the apartment management. Some of the apartments (Varsity Shores, The Reserve, The Cape, The Retreat) will allow you to rent a single room in a larger townhouse or apartment (with other students also looking to share a place).
Compare the rental rates here (so you don't waste time going to all the web sites).
This is the official student eating facility, however, you can use your dining plan funds at the other cafe's and restaurants too. Lakeside is open all through the day for breakfast, lunch and dinner but closes for a specific period after each session. It offers a variety of international cuisines including Asian, Indian, vegetarian and western menus, gourmet coffee, cakes, sandwiches, soup, soda and ice creams. It also offers select alcoholic beverages (including an innovative cocktail menu). There is indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the lake.
Located in the main library, the cafe serves coffee, cold drinks, light meals and snacks. It is open 7 days per week.
An on-campus convenience store (like a 7-11) where you can grab snacks and beverages 7 days per week.
Don’s tavern is the only fully licensed venue on campus. It is a place where students come to relax their mind and body from academic endeavors. Don’s Tavern is a popular meeting place for the students and has very few outsiders. To enter, each person needs to be able to provide:
Offering a gourmet, a la carte menu for students, staff and locals with with a beautiful view of the campus. Open for lunch Monday - Friday.
Located at the Bond Institute of Health and Sport (3 miles from the main campus). Open Monday to Friday.
Sport and Exercise @ Bond
Sport has always been a big part of life at Bond and in 2016 it stepped up to a whole new level with the opening of the new elite Sports Centre (see photo above).
This multi-million dollar facility includes:
Also on campus you will find football fields, golf and cricket practice nets, tennis courts, squash courts, a 2000 metre Olympic rowing course and a multi-purpose sports hall catering for basketball, netball, futsal, badminton and volleyball.
The university is home to 27 sporting clubs that compete under the Bond Bullsharks banner in local and state competitions, as well as the Australian University Games.
Other Campus Facilities
Bond University has numerous special interest clubs and the Student Council is very active and organizes a number of student social events, societies and recreational activities.