Bindaloe Hall

Bindaloe Hall is one of six halls on Monro Hill. The location provides great views of Palmerston North. A large deck surrounds half of the hall and provides a great space to relax and socialise. Bindaloe is for female students only.

  • Single occupancy rooms, with shared bathrooms (bathroom to resident ratio 1:4), for 12 residents.
  • Suitable for female students aged 17 to 23 years.
  • Fully furnished. Residents can bring their own towels and bedding or purchase a bed-pack.
  • Common room with kitchenette.
  • A 10 minute walk to the Concourse and Student Central.

Room rates

International students must pay all accommodation fees in full. Domestic students can pay the semester or full year fee on a weekly basis by direct debit.

Room type

Week

Full year

Semester one

Semester two

Catered-relaxed: large room
Bronze plan (one meal catered) $289.00 $11,271.00 $5,202.00 $5,491.00
Silver plan (two meals catered) $321.00 $12,519.00 $5,778.00 $6,099.00
Gold plan (three meals catered) $357.00 $13,923.00 $6,426.00 $6,783.00
Catered-cosy: small room
Bronze plan (one meal catered) $260.00 $10,140.00 $4,680.00 $4,940.00
Silver plan (two meals catered) $292.00 $11,388.00 $5,256.00 $5,548.00
Gold plan (three meals catered) $328.00 $12,792.00 $5,904.00 $6,232.00

Please note: Room rates include the cost of reasonable electricity use. Residents who use an excessive amount of electricity will pay the extra cost.

room rates include

  • Administration fee: $100 (non-refundable)
  • Activity fee: $120 (events and activities contribution)
  • Bond: $450 (held until contract ends)
  • Internet and laundry services

Contract dates

Term

Duration

Start and end dates

Full year 39 weeks 16 February to 15 November 2020
Semester one 18 weeks 16 February to 21 June 2020
Semester two 19 weeks 5 July to 15 November 2020

Support

  • Residential staff are on-site to provide pastoral care.
  • Residential Assistants support the Halls Management Team to create a fun, safe place to live and achieve academic success.
  • Activities and events are held throughout the year.
  • Chaplaincy and religious services are available at The Centre.
  • Accommodation handbook - Manawatū halls (1,020 KB)

Facilities

Catering

Fully or partially catered. Meals are served at the Dining Hall on Concourse. Residents can eat there or take meals away. Student ID cards will need to be presented to receive meals.

Internet

Wireless internet is available throughout the hall.

Heating

Each bedroom has a heater.

Furniture

Basic furniture is provided. Items that are not provided by the hall will need to be supplied by the residents. Each room comes with a single or king-single bed.

Laundry

The Stables laundry has 24-hour access. Washing machines and dryers are available.

Parking

Secure car parking is available on campus for $120 per semester. A $20 bond is required for the access card, which is refunded when the card is returned.

Free bike racks are located around the exterior of the hall. Limited spaces are available for rent in a secure bike shed. The cost is $25.00 ($20 bond and $5 maintenance fee).

Bus service

Students can travel for free on the local Palmerston North bus service. Students must present their Massey student ID.

Ruahine computer lab

The Ruahine computer lab is located on the ground floor of the Ruahine Flats. This communal space is for all residents of the Moginie community. Facilities available include:

  • Fourteen computers
  • One printer

Tour the accommodation at Bindaloe Hall

Take a virtual tour of a the hall and Monro Commons at the Moginie community.

Contact details

Email: accommodation.manawatu@massey.ac.nz

Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extn. 84163
Mobile: +64 27 246 2316 (After-hours contact for Duty Residential Assistant)

Postal address:

Massey University - Bindaloe Hall
Residential Services Office
Private Bag 11222
Palmerston North 4442

Location

Moginie Road, Turitea, Palmerston North

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