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    Apartment For Rent In Melbourne, VIC, 3000

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    603/455 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

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    6901/462 Elizabeth St, Melbourne

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    4002/80 A'Beckett St, Melbourne

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    2107/673 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

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    102/501 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

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    305/8 Exploration Lane, Melbourne

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    3007/157 Abeckett Street, MELBOURNE

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    1001/43 Therry Street, MELBOURNE

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    Early Bird
    $440 per week

    176/416 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

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    $875 per week

    802/60 A'beckett Street, Melbourne

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    About Melbourne Rental Properties

    Melbourne is a vibrant and cosmopolitan city located in the heart of Victoria, Australia. Known for its diverse culture, stunning architecture, and thriving arts scene, Melbourne offers a wide range of rental properties to suit every lifestyle. Whether you're looking for an apartment, townhouse, or house for rent in Melbourne, TenantApp can help you find the perfect home.

    Discover the Best of Melbourne

    With TenantApp, you can explore a variety of rental properties in Melbourne and discover the best that this city has to offer. From modern apartments in the bustling CBD to charming townhouses in trendy suburbs like Fitzroy and St Kilda, there's something for everyone.

    Experience the Melbourne Lifestyle

    Living in Melbourne means having access to world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment. Explore the vibrant laneways and discover hidden cafes, visit the iconic Queen Victoria Market for fresh produce, or catch a show at one of the many theatres in the city.

    For sports enthusiasts, Melbourne is home to some of Australia's most famous sporting events, including the Australian Open tennis tournament and the Melbourne Cup horse race. With parks, gardens, and outdoor spaces scattered throughout the city, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

    With its excellent public transport system, getting around Melbourne is a breeze. Trams, trains, and buses connect the city and its suburbs, making it easy to explore different areas and commute to work or study.

    Whether you're a young professional, a student, or a family, Melbourne offers a diverse range of rental properties to suit your needs. TenantApp can help you find apartments for rent in Melbourne, townhouses for rent in Melbourne, and houses for rent in Melbourne that meet your criteria.

    For more information about Melbourne, you can visit the Melbourne Wikipedia page.

    If you're a student, Melbourne is also home to several prestigious universities, including the University of Melbourne and Monash University. Living in close proximity to these institutions can be convenient for students. Explore rental properties near universities on TenantApp to find your ideal home.

    FAQs about Melbourne, Victoria

    1. What is the cost of living in Melbourne?

    The cost of living in Melbourne can vary depending on factors such as accommodation, transportation, and lifestyle choices. On average, rental prices in Melbourne range from $300 to $800 per week for apartments, townhouses, and houses. It's recommended to budget for additional expenses such as utilities, groceries, and entertainment.

    2. What are the best suburbs to live in Melbourne?

    Melbourne has a variety of great suburbs to live in, each with its own unique charm and character. Some popular suburbs for renters include South Yarra, Fitzroy, St Kilda, Carlton, and Richmond. These suburbs offer a mix of entertainment, dining, and shopping options, as well as convenient access to public transport.

    3. How is the weather in Melbourne?

    Melbourne has a temperate oceanic climate, with mild to cool winters and warm to hot summers. The city is known for its changeable weather, so it's always a good idea to be prepared for different conditions. Don't forget to pack an umbrella!

    4. What public transport options are available in Melbourne?

    Melbourne has an extensive public transport network, including trams, trains, and buses. The city's iconic tram system is a convenient and popular way to get around, with tram lines running throughout the CBD and suburbs. Trains and buses also provide easy access to different parts of Melbourne.

    5. Are there parks and green spaces in Melbourne?

    Yes, Melbourne is known for its abundance of parks and green spaces. The Royal Botanic Gardens, located near the CBD, is a popular spot for picnics and leisurely walks. Other notable parks include Albert Park, Yarra Park, and the picturesque Fitzroy Gardens. These green spaces provide a peaceful escape from the city's hustle and bustle.

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