Steele Rudd College

Established in 1969, Steele Rudd College is named after the distinguished Australian and Darling Downs author Arthur Hoey Davis whose pen-name was Steele Rudd. 

Since renovations in 2020 all rooms at Steele Rudd College have access to a self-cater kitchen, with the accommodation options including: 

  • 62 bedrooms (with air conditioning) offering shared bathrooms (same sex and gender-neutral) between 4-5 residents
  • 4 bedrooms offering private ensuite bathrooms and reverse cycle air conditioning 
  • 4 accessible rooms with reverse cycle air conditioning and accessible kitchen  
  • 51 bedrooms offering shared bathrooms (same sex) between 10-15 residents
  • 1 single occupancy flat, offering private ensuite bathroom and separate study room.

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