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Before you know it it will be O-Week and shortly after, study will be back in full swing. But there’s still time to make the most of the uni break. Here’s our list of the things you need to do before you start studying this year.
Christmas in Australia is typically a little different from what you might be used to. Santa arrives on a boogie board, at the beach, wearing thongs, gifting us with prawns and pavlova.
Got a reason to celebrate? Or just want to escape the books and have some fun? There’s a maze of arcades, game spots and escape rooms dotted around Brisbane to check out. So we’ve pulled together a list of the best fun hubs right on your doorstep.
Learning a new language can be hard, especially in Australia, where the locals prefer to abbreviate everything. From togs to swag, we’ve translated the most mysterious Aussie lingo to have you speaking like a local in no time.
The brand new Student One Elizabeth Street residence is perched in the centre of the Brisbane city action. Here’s a glimpse at just some of the best foodie stops and flavours within 100 metres of the Student One Elizabeth Street front door.
Sunny weekends in Brisbane set the scene for a buzzing local market culture. You don’t even need any money to go! Just rock up and soak up the vibes - and if you can scrape together $10 or so, top it off with a bite, a drink or a local buy. Here's a guide to Brissie's best markets.
When the weather is warm, the sun is shining and you have some free time away from the books to get outside, a picnic is the perfect way to chill out with friends. Check out these 9 gorgeous spots to unpack a picnic.
UQ Malaysian Students' Association (UQMSA) is preparing to celebrate 15 years of service in Brisbane. As its Diamond Sponsor for 2018, Student One helps the organisation support over 550 members.
When your funds are running low but you’re feeling inspired to get out and explore, don’t make the mistake of thinking you need to spend big to have a great time. Brisbane is full of fun things to do that won’t cost you more than an easy 10 dollar note.