North Flinders International House manager Iain Waller and his dedicated team say nearly all work being carried out to ‘brighten up’ and improve the student accommodation wings should be ready for the main influx of students expected over coming weeks.
Rooms and common areas will see fresh paint and new furniture along with repairs to insect and security screens.
With over ten-years experience in hotel and resort management, Waller says he and his team are looking forward to providing a unique standard of campus living for NFIH residents.
“We have chosen some soft and subtle colours and tones for the rooms and common areas which have really come up well,” he said.
“My staff and I are determined to provide a relaxed and unique style of campus living for our residents and our renovations plan clearly reflects what we want to achieve.
“Some of our residents have started to trickle back and we are confident of having the accommodation wings ready for the major influx of residential students.”