The WA Centre for Rural Health (WACRH) offers clinical placements to allied health students in the Midwest and Pilbara regions of Western Australia.
To assist students in accessing our rural placements, WACRH owns several fully furnished shared accommodation options for students to rent at low cost.
What do you need to bring?
All student accommodation with WACRH is fully equipped with basic necessities, such as: furniture, kitchen equipment, TV and vacuum. Student are responsible for supplying consumables, such as: washing products, bin bags, dishwashing liquid, cleaning cloths, toilet paper, cleaning products and food. Please check if you are required to bring your own linen by reviewing our information.
Students are required to ensure their personal belongings are stored safely. WACRH will not accept liability for theft or damage of personal items.
Student Accommodation Policy
All students staying in WACRH student accommodation are required to sign and abide by WACRH’s Accommodation Policy rules and regulations prior to moving in.
A folder containing accommodation expectations and policies, maps of the surrounding areas, tourist and entertainment information is placed in each unit.
All student accommodation is equipped with WIFI at no cost. A password will be provided to students upon their arrival. Students are bound by a Computer and Software Use Policy whilst using our WIFI.
Students are responsible for cleaning the accommodation whilst staying with us. This includes general cleaning duties: emptying bins, sweeping and mopping floors, wiping down kitchen and bathroom surfaces.