3 Reasons to LOVE Brisbane:
1. Laid back "Aussie" city atmosphere
2. Located on a shared college campus
3. Exciting outdoor weekend excursions
Level 6, 119 Charlotte Street
Brisbane, Qld, 4000
Phone: +61 7 32321693
FINDING OUR SCHOOL:
From Central Train Station:
Walk south down Edward Street, turn right at Charlotte Street, and the school is approximately 100 metres down on the left hand side. Look for the "Study Group Brisbane - Study Centre" sign. (Study Group is our parent organisation).
From central Brisbane:
From the centre of Queen Street Mall, walk two blocks down Albert Street heading south. Turn left at Charlotte Street and after approximately 50 metres the school is on the right hand side of the road. Look for the "Study Group Brisbane - Study Centre" sign.
The Embassy English school in Brisbane has a residence at Adalong Guesthouse, a 25 room lodge which caters to students from Australia and overseas. Located in South Brisbane, it is a 10 minute walk to the Southbank train station and the Southbank Parklands. There is a bus to the Brisbane CBD at the doorstep. We can advise you further, and help you book accommodation.
- Adalong Student Guesthouse
Live as part of an English-speaking household while you study at Embassy’s Brisbane language school. You'll have your own bedroom, and eat breakfast and evening meals with your hosts. It's a great chance to meet native Brisbane residents and share their way of life.
All Embassy English school Brisbane Homestays are a maximum of 45 minutes away by public transport, and many are closer. Living with English-speakers also means that you will never stop learning and improving your fluency.
Nearest bus stop: 5-minute walk
Nearest shopping centre: 5-minute walk
Nearest post office: 2-minute walk
Nearest café/restaurant: 1-minute walk
Nearest bank: 5-minute walk
Nearest mosque: approx. 10km away
Nearest church: 10-minute walk
Nearest newsagent: 2-minute walk
Nearest supermarket: 2-minute walk
TRAVELLING AROUND THE CITY:
Brisbane’s public transport network (TransLink) is a network of trains, ferries (CityCats) and buses that have been integrated so you can travel easily between each service. The Loop is a free and convenient bus service travelling in both directions around the Central Business District. Night buses run on weekends.
COST OF LIVING:
We currently advise English school Brisbane students to budget approximately AU $300 per week. This will cover all basic transport, food and entertainment costs.
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"Our goal is to ensure our
students are involved in
their language learning
and that they can work
towards achieving their
dream of speaking English
like a native speaker."
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