Student/Share Accomodation Insurance




Are you suitably covered?

Most student or share accommodation properties are insured under domestic home policies. This is insufficient and claims made under these policies will be rejected.

Suppose a tenant fell down the stairs and became permanently incapacitated and they, or their family, claim $5,000,000 compensation from you, how would you pay them?

If you submitted a claim under the public liability section of a home or landlords policy to indemnify you, you can guarantee the relevant insurance company will thoroughly investigate the use of the property and the claim would be rejected unless you had a policy specifically designed for this purpose.

We would add that all agents for owners of student and share accommodation facilities could be held vicariously liable if the correct insurance cover is not in place.

We have developed a facility through an APRA approved insurance company which is designed specifically for the student accommodation industry. 








The many befenits to our clients;

  • Specialist in Student/Share Accommodation Insurance
  • Specialising in all multiple lease properties
  • Speak to someone who understands your needs
  • Deal direct with the creator of Student/Share Accommodation Insurance
  • Guaranteed value for money on like for like products
  • 24 hour in house dedicated claims team
  • Customised product for your circumstances
  • Pay by the Month Payments available
  • Automatic renewal and review to ensure continuity of cover
  • Reference point for major Student/Share Accommodation providers

Contact Us Today

To learn more about complying with the Student/Share Accommodation insurance requirements contact Karen Takken on 07 5432 2209, or simply fill in the form below.



Student Accommodation Industry Association

The Student Accommodation Industry Association (SAIA) is a Queensland based Peak Industry Body to champion the interests of its members and liaise with Government on matters affecting the Student Accommodation industry. The Association provides regular updates on current developments in the industry to help keep members abreast of new information concerning the industry as it comes to hand.

The key objective for the Association is to provide education and raise awareness across the industry to balance the needs of its members with the interests of the broader community. Importantly, the Association aims to ensure that students residing in Australia have a positive experience whilst studying here.

The major areas of focus are:

  • Greater education and raising awareness of its members
  • Planning strategy, development and building controls – to foster a stronger working relationship with Government and industry regulators on matters affecting the student accommodation industry that promotes greater certainty to members;
  • Residential tenancies legislation – a rational regulatory framework to govern the relationship between lessors and lessees; and
  • Operational management – a deeper understanding of various operational issues and implications affecting members.


The Association’s activities include:

  • Public policy advocacy
  • Provision of relevant industry information; and
  • Networking opportunities for members


The Association’s vision is:

  • To establish a sound environment to effectively support, monitor and maintain high standards of safety and amenity for both the students as well as the broader community: and
  • To ensure student’s have a positive experience while studying and living in Australia.


The Association is pleased to be working with both Local and State Government in relation to protecting and enhancing the student accommodation offerings. The Association intends to continue to work with Government in order to effectively support, monitor and uphold high standards of safety and amenity for student accommodation so as to fulfil the student’s desire to have a positive experience while studying in Australia.