Atira Student Living is inspired by local character and your unique lifestyle. You’ll find your new home has everything you need and the best of Brisbane at your door.
Features & Facilities
Atira Waymouth St, in the heart of Adelaide is ideally situated for entertainment, amenities and transport ease. Less than 15 minutes walk to Rundle St Mall, Adelaide’s premiere entertainment precinct, you will find all the shopping, conveniences and food options that you could need. Furthermore The University of South Australia and the University of Adelaide are both 25 minutes walk from your accommodation.
Following the typical Atira design, Waymouth St has a large ground floor area dedicated to community and social activities, with plenty of spaces for group study. This includes 3 meeting rooms with large screen TV’s for group activities; a large communal dinning area with a fully equipped kitchen; informal study area with lounge style seating and a large activities and games room.
Atira Wymouth St is centrally located to the Adelaide city bus and rail network for access to all the surrounding areas. Most of Adelaide city is accessible by foot as this is such a central location.
Getting To University Of Adelaide
Less than a 25 minute walk through the heart of Adelaide city.
University Of South Australia
An easy 20 minute walk from your accommodation.
Regional General Manager
During his tourism and German language degree at Lincoln University in the Uk, Dan worked in the maintenance division for a student operator and also clean the halls of Residence on campus. After he finished studying Dan spent 3 years with the University accommodation team and was in the operations department responsible for 1037 beds.Read More
Student Experience Manager
Over the past 8 years Riley has worked in a lot of exciting areas including theme parks, casinos, 5 star hotels, and hostels. In this time Riley found that he had the passion for providing unique, exciting, and memorable experiences for his guests. He then developedRead More
Having also volunteered extensively with the Animal Welfare League and the Department of Communities and Disability Services Riley has been able to develop his role into also providing critical support and guidance for all of the residents under his supervision.