A Brief History
Malaysia Hall Melbourne or Dewan Malaysia Melbourne (DMM) is a Malaysian student accommodation, situated on K4 High Street, Windsor, 3181 Victoria, purchased by the Malaysian government.
The current accommodation complex comprises of two buildings – “Bangunan Warisan”, which was officiated on 9th April 1987 by then Secretary General of Ministry of Education, YBhg. Dato’ Yahya Bin Abdul Wahab, D.PM.J., J.S.M, and the extension building – “BangunanWawasan”, officiated by then Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tan Sri Dato’ Haji Muhyiddin Bin Haji Mohd Yassin on 10th October 2010. The first appointed warden for the hall is Encik Sharif Abdul Rahman (1985).
Malaysia Hall Melbourne is strategically situated a stone’s throw from Melbourne city, Prahran and St. Kilda, and within convenient access to various educational institutes, which include but not limited to, University of Melbourne, Monash University, RMIT, Victoria University, Swinburne University and Deakin University, either by trains, trams and/or buses, where the stations are all within walking distance.
Address: Malaysia Hall Melbourne, K4 High Street, Windsor VIC 3181, Australia
Distance from Malaysia Hall Melbourne to city:
- 5 minutes’ walks to tram stop to get to city (Get on stop 27 – St Kilda Road/High St)
- 20 minutes by tram, 10 minutes by car, 20 minutes by cycling, 1 hour by walking
Distance from Malaysia Hall Melbourne to universities:
- University of Melbourne: 30 minutes by tram
- RMIT: 20 minutes by tram
- Victoria University: 15 minutes by tram
- Close to tram stop, bus stop, shops, petrol station, park.
How to apply
Complete and e-mail the required application form.
All applications must reach Malaysia Hall Melbourne office at least two (2) weeks prior to the arrival.
To check the status of your application please contact:
Ms. Siti Hasmah Abd Talib
Tel.: (03) 9529 4507