Hi. I'm a quiet single musician and artist--so I'm looking for a cool place friendly to folks like me. Like to keep to myself; easy to get along with--house-trained, so I won't leave sinkfuls of dirty dishes etc. for others; enjoy an occasional film noir.
Laid back, friendly, clean and tidy. I just moved to Melbourne from Brisbane and grew up in small towns and on a farm before that. I Love film, games and am aspiring to work in digital animation and effects.
Hello :) my lease is up in Windsor and I'd like to move closer to my business in Richmond as I'm so over the insane traffic around Windsor!! I'm a professional employed full time (have my own business), very fun but equally hard working, clean and reliable. Excellent with money and happy to take over looking after the bills as I currently do. I pay rent early and I'm very house proud. I need a large bedroom with built in cupboards, preferably with an ensuite if a three bedroom house. I don't eat meat at home but I do have a kitten so you need to be okay with meat in the fridge for her. I'm animal crazy and I'd love to live with people that have a backyard, hopefully a veggie garden or room for me to plant one. I'm spiritual in the sense of believing in treating others well and putting out positive energy into the world. No negativity thanks! I have a new couch, amazing fridge and LG washing machine which I need to bring with me. I have awesome kitchen gadgets too! Cold press juicing anyone? ;) I will also be bringing my 2 yr old GSP dog for weekend visits so you need to love dogs as he's a rescue and very sensitive. He needs to be around people that have amazing energy and love animals! I need off street parking please. Unless your place is close to Burnley St then I'll leave my car at work. Or if anyone would like to start up a new house get in touch! You must like animals, having a laugh and looking for a friend rather than just a flatmate.
A little bit about me: I work in HR for a public health provider, I'm originally from the outer east of Melbourne and I equally enjoy staying in for the night or going out for a few frosties I'm easy to live with and a really low maintenance person. Have been living with a couple in Abbotsford for the past year and have loved it, would be more than happy to live with any mix of people though.
Hi! I'm a friendly, positive, low key housemate. I aim to contribute warmth and care to the home and express a generous spirit whenever I can. I'm into nature and love to be outside, so if you're looking for someone to contribute to the garden or even get one started, that is me! Very respectful of diverse needs and flexible to create a wonderful and harmonious home with my housemates. I value clear, honest and respectful communication. I work a few jobs but my main field is disability and arts. Am 34 years old (but have friends ranging from their 20s to their 60s!). Non-smoker. Have car. Good with cleaning. For fun, I go hiking and engage in a range of creative hobbies. I tend to spend my weekends out of the house. I'm also working on a writing project, so looking for a generally quiet home - at least in the day time. Please feel free to ask any questions! Much appreciated. Best, Tan. PS I LOVE kids but for now, am looking for a home with adults. This isn't a strict rule, however!
My name is Michael, I am a 23 year old coffee professional from Perth and moving to Melbourne at the beginning of March. I am starting a job as a coffee trainer for an awesome company in Collingwood and will be working 5-6 days per week. I enjoy coming home to relax with a tasty beer or wine, some good conversation and a movie. On my nights and days off I enjoy exploring the city for new places to eat and drink and spend my holidays snowboarding as much as possible! I have been renting for the last 6 years including in Melbourne, Perth and Switzerland and have never been late with any payments. I am trustworthy, clean and considerate and excited to find my new home!
Hi, I'm a student about to go into my second year of my bachelor of fine arts. As a housemate I'm generally very quiet and clean, but love cooking (not just for myself but for others). I'm very quiet during the week and spend a lot of time reading books or watching films, but I love to catch up during the weekends and socialise. :) I'm a vegetarian but have lived with both meat eaters and vegans so other peoples' food choices don't bother me! Also, I come with many houseplants. I'd love to live with other people involved in the arts, or other students but this isn't a necessity!
Hey everyone! I'm Chad, and I am a male exchange student from Canada studying at the University of Melbourne. I'm going to need a place until the end of June, so please send any possible accommodations my way! More about myself, I am a very easy-going, tidy, and respectful person that loves to meet with other people. Playing, watching, and breathing sports is my passion as well as exploring the nooks and crannies of different cities, like the beautiful city of Melbourne!
I'm Evan- 26 and looking for a new Melbourne based. I love jazz, writing, swing dancing, cooking and reading. I'm pretty easy to get along with and enjoy going out for a coffee and beer. As for work, I'm a full time professional in the NFP sector working on the roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Hey! My name is Dom. I'm a house trained 26 year old electrician, vegetarian, occasional gardener and I have a border collie named Jed. Midweek I spend a fair amount of my time on my own (video games and reading) but always love coming home to a friendly face or two for a beer and a game of anything. Weekends are spent anywhere with a dance floor, I'm happy for some parties to happen at ours but not a necessary or frequent occurrence, no one wants to clean that much. Jed is 7 years old, super well behaved and will sell his soul for single throw of a tennis ball (soul already sold but he'll keep trying). I also come with a Moroccan Soup Bar cookbook, a ute and a decent fridge. Let me know if you'd like to meet me and the dog!
We're from Brazil, Elisa (35) and Natacha (31). We study and work most of the time. Elisa studies Horticulture and I'm study Project Management. Easy-going, friendly, open-minded, clean and enjoy make gardens.
Greetings our future flatmate/flatmates. We are two, Lucie (24) and my partner Costas (26). We are a friendly couple, Lucie studies business English in CBD and Costas international business in Melbourne Polytechnic. We have experience in living in a shared flat/house individually and as a couple aswell, therefore we are peacefull, we know how to respect the house rules, how to be clean and quiet when needed. Lucie loves drawing, yoga, nature. Costas loves baking, science and motorcycles. We are as similar as black and white colour but get along as good as pizza with beer. We are responsible as individuals and as a couple, we follow etiquette. We don't look for a party house. Both of us can cook and know how to manage fridge. We both clean after ourselves and know how to maintain clean, especially shared spaces like bathroom and kitchen. There is not much that we would consider a perfect flatmate, we highly appreciate: * Not a frat house but an adult environment * A mature personality * A clean nature * Friendly people (being friends and not just flatmates is just awesome) What we offer * We are clean * We are quiet * We are open people * We are non smokers * If you like what we cook you can join without any problem, * If you want to join a conversation, a game, a movie, anything as long as you are friendly you are welcome. * We come in peace, we negotiate and dialogue and compromise. * Any knowledge we have can be yours we would be happy to tell you all about any skill that we have. * Awesome stories from around the world * Amazing food :D
G'day. I'm an easy going teacher and writer, returning to Melbourne after two years in England. I teach Wed-Fri, write fantasy novels Mon-Tue & read/ day trip/ socialise on weekends. I'm looking for housemates who enjoy a balance of sociability and personal space, with an optional sweet tooth (I bake regularly). I prefer to do housework a. regularly and b. properly.
Hi Guys My name is Pat. I moved from Sydney to Melbourne in 2014 to pursue academic and career goals. I would describe myself as ambitious yet laidback. Preferred social setting is definitely a café/restaurant, although I do enjoy a sneaky night out once in a while. I currently work split shift 5.00am - 8.00 and 3.00pm - 7.00pm with school in between so I'm normally the first out of the house and first to bed but enjoy to socialise and share a meal. Also fairly clean, like to keep things tidy but by no means a neat freak. If you would like to no more please do not hesitate to ask. Look forward to meeting you Pat
I am a 34 year old full-time working Architect, non-smoker, quiet introvert type but enjoy making new friends and socialising in small groups. I'm very respectful, responsible and relaxed. My interests are food, coffee, travelling, design, art, amateur/hobby photography, watching sports (footy and tennis are my favs), movies and somewhat trashy tv. Seeking a small clean household preferably in the inner north, with cool people who are happy to share the occasional meal and/or drinks. Thanks!!
I'm a 35yo freelancer writer/journalist who gets to work from home every Monday, which is probably my dream job I reckon. I also work part-time Tuesday to Friday in a media communications role for a large international non-government org, which is another dream job actually. So kicking goals. To complete the picture, I'm on the hunt for a great place to call home in Thornbury area or surrounding suburbs which can accommodate me and my four-year-old cat, who is probably the most beautiful ragdoll you've ever seen. Ragdolls as a breed are quite unique as far as cats go - they are very fond of humans, incredibly placid and affectionate, non-arrogant, relaxed animals - a bit more like a (super chilled out) dog in the way they like humans in fact. I’ve had housemates who say initially they're not fond of cats completely change their tune after living with him- to the point they would consider getting a cat like him! In short, he's a great addition to a household. Clean, litter trained and all that. He also loves the outdoors, so I'm looking for somewhere with a backyard. I'm definitely the less chilled out of the two of us (what with the journalism and deadlines and all) so to balance it out I'm often busy weekday evenings with dance classes (doubles as my main form of fitness these days) in the evenings and regular catch ups with friends. I've got plenty of close friends in the area, so I'd be hoping to find somewhere that can comfortably accommodate me having the odd night on the couch with some wine and my girlfriends (read: supremely talented women and completely amazing humans). I've lived in rental share houses (and with complete strangers) all my adult life and I’m an excellent housemate, I just know how it works. My current living situation is also pretty cosy, I'm living in a private rental (my landlord is seriously amazing) near Fairfield with four others who all get along, it's a beautiful big house and I'll be sad to leave. Happy in a share house where everyone functions fairly independently of each other, but still likes catching up every now and then. If any of this sounds like a good fit, get in touch!
Hi guys I'm looking for a room to rent in the north, preferably near the tram 86 line as I'm a media studies student at RMIT. I'm a non smoker, non drinker, full time student. Im quiet, easy going, down to earth and easy to get along with. I get along with everyone. I'm friendly with a good sense of humor. My idea of fun is going to uni and study. I am very much into fitness, I play netball and always exercising jogging or swimming in my spare time. Also enjoy going to the movie's. Shopping, going out for dinner/lunch at restaurants and cafes, going away, and meeting new people.
I am Marcus, a 26 almost 27 year old Australian. I was born in Melbourne and have lived here most of my life - except for 6 months in Canada and 2 years living in Ireland. Having recently returned to Australia to lay some roots down, I am now looking to move out into the outer city suburbs to make it easier to get to work and to be in amongst this great city. I am an English language teacher working in the CBD on weekdays (9am-3pm), and in the evening and on weekends I like to work on my writing. I value my own space and independence, but I also love socialising with people as long as they are genuine and easy-going. I would like to live with people who respect the space of others while at the same time enjoying hanging out occasionally. I'm not after a "full-on" party household, but am keen for hanging out with glasses of wine, food and chats. I would enjoy living with others who are in their later 20's who want a mature and "got-their-shit-together" type to join their pad. My main hobbies include reading, writing, photography (medium format film), and going to the cinema. I love visiting Nova Cinema, the Astor, and the Kino in the city and try to go once a week (minimum). I'm also a voracious music lover and have it on most of the time. Expect to hear me singing along to Jens Lekman or Kings of Convenience at some point! I would be after a non-furnished room in a cosy house with lots of light. The vibe is important for me. I also want a room big enough for my bed, a desk, and all my books. In terms of furniture/stuff I can bring with me, I have a large record collection and a quality Rega record player + Peterson 170 watt speakers + Sherwood stereo system that I am willing to bring to my new potential house, given there is room. :)
Hello! I work in hospitality and I've just moved to Melbourne. I've lived in Sydney all of my adult life in shared housing situations, so I'm pretty chill and considerate of other people's needs. I prefer living in a place where the occupants are happy to mingle and socialise, especially over drinks and/or food. I enjoy cooking at home, and will be bringing a bunch of cool kitchen toys with me! At other times I run fairly regularly for exercise, or play video games on the computer. My work hours will likely be late. I do my best to keep things quiet when I come home late and have never had complaints from the other 9-5ers I've lived with. I don’t have a pet but love animals, so I’m happy to feed or walk/exercise your pets. I’m looking for a long-term home (6 months or more) and would like to move in sooner rather than later, but I'm fairly flexible.
I am looking for a fully furnished studio or small apartment with own bathroom. I work full time in clifton hill not far from the clifton hill station so I would like to be only a few minutes from a rail station. I am a kiwi in Australia indefinitely and would consider taking over a lease if suitable also. I do not have a car so no parking is required although I do have my own drivers license. Am a non smoker and enjoy others company. always up for a beer or wine.
Hello future house mates, I'm Phil 29 from Sydney, I'm looking for a more permanent place to call home with some rad people! Things i enjoy.... boardgames/card games (backgammon), music>gigs, i play baseball here which keeps me pretty busy outside of work, bike rides, cooking and of course hanging out with friends. I'm well travelled and have lived out of home for a long time now, I'm super chilled and tidy! I'm pretty independent and i do have a sound group of friends in Melbourne, i just need somewhere to call home! would love to hear from you! :)
Hi, I am a 40+ yo full time Early Childhood Educator looking for a house that I can park my van in, where I will be living. I will need access to bathroom facilities and power/water. I am a qualified horticulturalist so I can help out with all things green and I make a small carbon footprint. I'm into Angel therapy, crystal healing and I pretty much keep to myself, but like a chit chat once in awhile. I enjoy a glass of tawny after work occasionally and I dapple in a few art and craft things for the kiddies for work. I have a sense of humor, I'm a good spider catcher, which is very important, as i seem to attract huntsman. I like to watch the sun set of an evening, and just chill. I think its the whole working with kids thing. I kind of enjoy living on my own but still need some company. Sole possession of the remote control. very important. If you think you can help me with a parking spot, please contact me.
Great location close to city, 3 min walk to Fairfield train station. This Area is very relax and calm to live in, it's also two blocks away from the Main Street which's got every thing from supermarket to a library, including shops, sport centre and many restaurants. The place is peaceful and full of sunshine throughout the day The room is medium size and have a BIR, fresh and also with carpet for the cold days. Pleas note Singles: If paid monthly $780, If paid weekly $195 for single. Couples: If paid monthly $925, if Paid monthly $230
im a friendly, hard workin guy. teacher of film stuff, a bit arty, a bit handyman. clean, helpful, happy to share, happy to help keep the place running smooth. i have been a freelance visual effects artist for big films for years. teaching now to stay close to friends and family in melbs. love to get out and hike, camp, kayak. very social. love to share meals, and can cook. happy to sometimes just sit and read. i am separated from a long term relationship, looking to start a new living situation with great people. have a girlfriend in coburg and will stay there at times. i play ukeulele, ( not great ) like to draw, listen to music but respect others need for peace. love to go to festivals like confest. would love to be close enough to work near southern crass station to ride my bike if possible. but can also train, tram or ride my motorbike. looking forward to meeting new people.
My current roomie Hayley and I are looking for 1-2 other people to start a new share house with in the Inner North East! (All to have private rooms) About you: Looking for young people (e.g 23 – 35 years) who have experience in share house living. We want sociable people who are happy to share a glass of wine or cup of tea together when we cross paths however still independent with their own lives and respectful of privacy. It would be nice to have communal dinner together with Netflix or board games occasionally (obviously when time permits/schedules align!). Looking for open-minded individuals who enjoy North side living that keep communal areas clean (At our current place we have a rotating cleaning roster and a house kitty for buying cleaning products- we would be establishing this at the new place too). We aren’t looking to create a “party” house but casual drinks on weekends with friends is fine/ so is the occasional party- we just wouldn’t want you to be throwing raging parties every weekend. We are looking for people that LOVE animals as we have 3 TINY pets (please see description below). About the potential house: We are looking at 3 - 4 bedroom places – 3 bedroom places no higher than $570 total per week and 4 bedroom places no higher than $750 total per week. Splitting the rent would depend on the features of the room (e.g a master bedroom with ensuite would be more). We’re ideally looking for houses (not apartments) as we want a backyard and we would be starting a veggie patch. Also we both have cars so we are looking at places that have ample space for off street/ driveway parking. We have a lot of furniture (e.g fridge, washing machine, lounge, lots of homewares) but there would be room for some of your stuff (if you have any) as we can keep ours in storage if need be. However you would need to supply furniture for your own bedroom. About us: Liv: 26, over 6 years experience in share house living. Runs programs for adults with intellectual disabilities (Mon- Fri) whilst studying a Bachelor of Nutrition (so is very busy!). Animal obsessed, die hard triple J listener that enjoys catching live music and can make a sweet playlist. Clean freak and very house proud. Enjoys food festivals/markets, roof top beverages, a good day trip to explore all of the beautiful walks/parks that Melbourne has to offer! Would probably clash with strong right wings! Hayley: 23, dental nurse, originally from Bendigo. Also loves animals. Hippie that enjoys live music, Netflix binges, online shopping, bush doofs and checking out new bars/cafes in Melbourne! THE PETS; Boo & Ruby are two tiny indoor dogs that you could fit in one handbag however not the type that "yap", both are very quiet and well behaved. They are very clean dogs that attend the dog groomer every 6 weeks. Both are very friendly dogs that love lap cuddles however are well exercised and walked around 5km every day! They win absolutely everyone ever. Dexter is quite a reserved cat who loves dogs but unfortunately is petrified of cats so we are not in a position to take on another cat- sorry :( If you think that we would be people you would get along with, please get in touch! Our move date is flexible- we just need to give 4 weeks notice so wouldn't want to get stuck paying double rent for too long! Cheers :)
21 from Melbourne, looking to move out of home for the first time. I'm easy-going and go to lots of events (mainly concerts) around the city. Studying comm design at Swinburne. I'm a good cook and generally organised. I like drawing, baking and craft things. I have a small issue with my mobility so ideally I'd like a place without any stairs etc. I'm often quiet but currently looking to meet new people so feel free to message me!
I consider myself a really easy going and friendly person, who loves to spend time relaxing or being with my friends. At home i'm often watching tv/movies, reading, doing puzzles, cooking and playing the piano or singing (this is my passion). Outside of the house I love to go to markets, plays, movies, on picnics and out for dinner and a drink. Occasionally I really enjoy yoga, hikes or riding my bike. I'm trying to be more active haha. I work 25-35 hours a week at a gelato store called Messina, so if you love gelato, i'm always in great supply! I'm also vegetarian but am not bothered if others cook meat in the house. Ideally, i'm after a place with people who are warm and friendly and who I can connect with. I want home to feel like a safe haven where I can come to relax. I'm not really a party person and I love my own space but i'm always open to have a chat, hang out and come together to make dinner together. I'm clean and tidy but not over the top and am just happy to go with the flow of the house. :)
Hi, I’m Jess, a mid-twenties woman seeking a new abode to call home for a year or more in the Inner North/East city suburbs after getting back into the health industry professionally, having travelled a bit in 2016. I have accepted a job offer in the Richmond area and am excited to professionally get back to offering my service with people, starting late Feb. I am seeking to relocate closer to Richmond from where I currently reside for convenience, and for my lifestyle. I am looking to move into a nice private room (whether existing or starting up a share-house that is smoke free and drug free) late Feb, Early March onwards. I also do not have a car, so looking for a place close to PT, 15 minute walk max to a train station. Max budget $180 per week including bills, or some bills ideal. I am a low key being (in the means of being self-reliant and accountable with contributing to a shared household with cleaning, maintenance, energy, and finances). I like to keep communal living spaces clean and open and would appreciate my housemates doing the same so each housemate can utilize the space as they want, when they require. A place that has white goods, gas appliances, a separate toilet to the bathroom or an additional toilet, a backyard for potted plants (an established veggie patch open to sharing will be gold!), greenery with the property or greenery nearby, friendly people to co-habitat with that are independent, enjoy establishing good connections with those they interact with, and are considerate of others time, habits and ideas will be suitable. I am a kind being who is easy going and a natural listener and observer, always happy to chat and unwind when each of our paths cross in the house. I’ll be getting my routine in place with my new job at around the time I relocate with this interphase, prioritising my own time and like to attend dance classes on work nights or unwind at home with a hearty cooked meal and nature documentary or thriller/sci-fi science tv show series. In my bored moods I seek refuge in the great bake off series (a world I have before found creativity in). Weekends I like to purchase produce at markets, prep/cook food, catch up with friends out of house or try a new activity in the city, attend events, yoga. If our connections are good, I like to have a chat, meal, bordgame/film sesh or entertainment outing with my housemates when/ if our paths meet up. I am a humble, clean and independent being who is respectful of people's belongings and personal space. I've share housing experience also and always proactive with paying rent and shared bills on time, and will continue at the next place I move to. Thank you for taking the time to read my description. I look forward to hearing from you and meeting good vibe people, Jess
Hi I'm Tim, I’m 28 and looking to move from Sydney to Melbourne for a change of scenery. I’ve always wanted to live in Melbourne and this year I’m going to make it a reality! I run a small games studio remotely, which allows me to work from wherever I am and choose my own hours. I enjoy games (both video and board), films, music, and the occasional whiskey. I’m quiet, tidy, and happy to chat about anything over a cuppa. I’m no Jamie Oliver but I enjoy cooking too. I also come with a Ragdoll cat named Percy. I’ve never known anyone not to love him. He’s chill, friendly, and indoor only.