555 Wellington Street, WA 6000
Welcome to your new co-living accommodation, or ‘home’ as we like to call it. Right in the hub of Perth’s beautiful city centre.
Discover a world of entertainment, a vibrant laid-back lifestyle, cultural events, diverse cuisine and shops right on your doorstep.
You’ve got the best seat in the house.
Find your home away from home
Discover a range of co-living rooms, prices and living experiences at Perth Central starting from $265 per week.
Two or five bedroom shared apartments with shared bathrooms.
Four bedroom apartment with ensuite bathroom.
Take a walk through Perth CBD
From mornings spent drinking coffee in the bustling hub of Yagan Square, to afternoons with friends on Scarborough beach and weekends shopping in Raine Square, co-living at The Switch ensures you make the most of what Perth has to offer.
Navigating your new home
The Switch is located in the heart of Perth, so you don’t miss a beat, or a new bar opening for that matter!
The Switch Perth Central
Located in Perth’s social hub opposite Perth Train Station for easy access to university, the beach and airport.
Everything packed neatly into one bill
So you can get on with making the most of your new playground, workspace and home from day one. Without having to worry about the wifi password.
- Staffed Fitness Studio
- Pop-up Retail
- Co-working Spaces
- Communal Kitchen
- Honesty Kitchen
- Outdoor Terrace Garden
- Parcel Lockers
- Bamboo Bikes
- Sky Lounge on Level 39
The moment you step into The Switch, you become part of our family community. It's important for us that you are safe, create incredible memories and most importantly, feel at home.
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