Hello! I've recently moved to Tasmania and am looking for a home. I love the Tasmania lifestyle, the outdoors, books, movies, art, yoga, nature and learning about sustainability and growing food. I work full time in the city and have the flexibility to work from home, travelling interstate for training and meetings every few months. I'm a fully grown adult who has lived in share houses for many years, some housemates have become life long friends but that is never the expectation!
Hi, I am francy, I am friendly, clean, tidy and respectful of others. I am focussing on my study and enjoy sharing time with flatmate. If you have a garden I will also enjoy looking after your plants.please let me know if it is possible to inspect the room
Im holly, a 38 year old (super young at heart) nurse, moving to Hobart mid December, and will be working at the Royal Hobart hospital, I'm looking for somewhere to live, with 3 people or less in the house ideally or my own studio, and who are ok with a shift worker. Im super considerate of noise levels, and would ideally like to live somewhere that home isnt a party party place, not that i dont love to go out, but just prefer home a sanctuary, and somewhere to relax. I love to garden, be outdoors, hiking or going to markets, love to share the odd dinner and chat over a wine or beer, or play board games.
Hi there, we are Lidia & Scott. Originally from Melbourne, we moved to Tassie a year ago. We are respectful, friendly, clean & tidy. We love food & cooking, films & bingeable TV shows but also love travel, the outdoors & socialising. Scott loves sports & keeping fit & Lidia is into badminton & picnics. We both work full-time, Scott is a whisky distiller & Lidia works at UTAS, so ideally we would like to live near Sandy Bay or West Hobart (including surrounding suburbs). Scott works in Bothwell & will be away 4 nights a week so we are looking for a sharehouse with a nice, friendly person/people that is sociable and easy going.
Hi! We are a friendly couple moving to Hobart. We both work in fine dining and I'm also a full time student. Shayne is a chef (and likes to share his cooking-bonus points!). I like to garden and hang out with our 2 very cute dogs, Elsa and Zappa (4 and 6 years old). They are Bull Arabs and love love love to cuddle. They sunbathe all day! We don't smoke and are not big drinkers. We're very tidy (comes with the job). Our weekends are usually midweek. We're looking forward to our move to Hobart and can't wait to meet you!
I work at a pharmacy in Cambridge part time, whilst at uni studying finance. I play footy for Hobart tigers. Lived in Tassie my whole life. Looking for a place to live during my final year at UTAS. Super chill, can keep to myself and hang with others if they wish to.
I will be studying cookery at NIET. Male , 29 yo from jakarta. I’m clean and tidy, and friendly. I lived in WA till 2015 and used to work behind the bar, as a bartender at Crown casino burswood. Never been to hobart before, Looking for a place to stay .
Hello! I'm Clare, I'm a student at UTAS and I also work for the university as a student mentor and outreach worker. I like to cook, run and sing (not at home!) and try to live sustainably where I can. I'm a tidy, responsible and friendly housemate; I like my quiet time but also enjoy sharing a cuppa or occasional meal. I'll be moving in the middle of November and I'm looking for a room in a house with a kindred spirit or two; or a studio or granny flat.
Howdy, I am moving to Hobart from Melbourne in December ( ill be on the ferry on 24th) to complete an internship at the RHH, with an indefinite length of stay (at least 12 months). I am a pretty social and outgoing person and love to enjoy a few vinos of the weekend. love to cook (ill bring my pasta machine with me) and am very clean. I try to keep a balanced lifestyle and stay fit with alot of trail running and some yoga. Looking for a place to call home and plant a vegetable patch. Contact me if you have a spare room! (sorry about all the brackets) Thanks, Annabelle
Hi! I'm moving to Tas for a postdoc at IMAS studying Southern Ocean carbon cycling. Originally I'm from San Diego, California and have been hoping around the east coast of the US for the last decade or so (North Carolina, Boston, DC). After grad-schooling in Boston I spent the last year working in renewable energy at the US Department of Energy in DC but am excited to get back into academia (and closer to the outdoors!). Outside of work I like to climb and will likely be doing that most weekends (would love to room with another climber!). I also surfed a lot growing up and will likely be getting back into that. On the less adventurous side I like to play tennis and basketball, though I'm pretty bad at both... Non-sports wise I like to see and listen to music, hang out at bars, eat yummy food, etc, etc. Home-wise, I have a massive amount of records and books I can bring to the table. I imagine I'll climb most days after works, and typically get home around 8 or 9, and then like to throw on a record or rot my brain on some TV. Love to have friends over for food and or games. Roommate-wise I'm definitely looking for like-minded people that I'd look forward to coming home to and kicking it with. Happy to chat on Skype or face time or something....these things are awkward. Feel free to stalk me on the internet (I*G*: earthrockandsound, L*a*s*t N*a*m*e: rohr). I don't move down till March 1 but would be amenable to signing into something earlier if it is the right situation. Finnnnnnallllly, I'm also looking into buying a house and renting out some rooms. So if you are interesting in teaming up and don't have a plan yet, that could also be an option! Cheers, Tyler
I am easy going, friendly and not smoking. Graduate accountant and a regular gym resident. I am into volunteering and local community events in my spare time. I would like to find a room in a shared house(prefer 2-maximum 4 housemates).