I’m can be a pretty “keep to myself” kinda person when at home, but in saying that I love a chit chat and glass of wine on my time off. I work full time hospitality hours so you probably won’t see much of me at the home regardless of day. I’m respectful of others person space and are a pretty relaxed person. I love music, going on road trips and a watching a good movie. Just looking for a room in a house of likeminded people! :)
I'm moving to Hobart from Melbourne in 2020 and looking for someone to share with. I'll be working full time in the city for the state service so I'll be out weekdays, home evenings and weekends. I'm tidy, organised and easy to get along with. Passionate about social justice and the environment, I am a vegetarian (would love to share with a fellow vegetarian, but not essential) and I spend my spare time volunteering, hiking, doing yoga, reading, and writing a blog. I'm looking forward to the slower pace of life in Tassie and to being surrounded by nature.
We are a happy friendly couple relocating to Hobart at the end of this month as Charlotte will be starting a new job as a midwife at RHH. hardly home as we are either at work or we enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and often away on days off. We love kitesurfing, surfing, climbing, hiking, camping etc. would be awesome to live with people with similar interests that we can do fun activities with:) We both love delicious healthy cooking and happy to share. We are clean, tidy and respectful. Looking for a place that is within cycling or walking distance to the CBD. Preferably with our own bathroom but this is flexible.
Hi, I'm currently a student at UTAS and looking for accommodation for my final year of my degree, (B. Medical Research) during 2019/2020. I have been living at the university's city apartments for 3 years and hope to find somewhere more homely. I am at uni most days of the week for classes, labs or to study and work as a surgery attendant a couple days a week. When I get a break I love to get together with friends for a wine and cheese night or watch movies alone or with company. My Instagram is isha_anand if you want to know more about me! Non-smoker, no dietary restrictions Move in date flexible - but preferably around January 2020
We are a quiet, tidy, non-smoking couple in our early 30s. Always pay our rent on time, references available. Looking for a pet-friendly place as we have a 3 y.o. medium-sized doggo. She's friendly, well behaved, trained etc. We are both currently working in Launceston but are aiming to get full-time jobs in Hobart for the next few years as we are saving for a house deposit. We already have some savings to help pay rent and bills while we secure employment. We would welcome a 12 to 24-month lease if that helps too.
Hello! I'm an italian international student thinking to apply for the Marine and Antarctic UTAS master next year. I need to find a room to stay possibly for the two full years. I don't mind having flatmates but I do prefer to have a private room. Preferred area as close as possible to the uni. Thanks Sara
Friendly and food motivated! Love to share a meal with housies when possible. I work for a non for profit in advocacy and family therapy. Really love my job and it keeps me quite busy throughout the week. I like to get outdoors whenever possible and would prefer a glass of wine and card game over “going out”. I’m looking for house mates that are clean but easy going. Some down to earth people that are happy to share some chats, music, and a beer after work when we can. I take pride in my home and hope my housemates would too. 🌵🌴🌞🏡 I hope to bring my beautiful Nanna cat. She has moved around Australia and Tasmania with me over the last 3 years. She is the snuggliest and sweetest.
I am a friendly, outgoing 25 year old female. I am single, and I work full time Monday-Friday in the Hobart CBD as a lawyer. I am also studying part time. My hobbies are going to the gym, reading, hiking and brunching. My lifestyle is fairly chill. My ideal housemates will mostly keep to themselves but enjoy the occasional communal meal together. I am very clean and tidy person.
Hi there! I'm Maddie, I'm 21 and I'm from Melbourne. I just finished my psychology degree and I'm moving to Hobart to complete my registration as a psychologist and know no one so keen to make new friends! I have secured a job so will be working full-time. I enjoy socializing but also appreciate personal space. I am a pretty easy going person and clean after myself and my surroundings well. I love animals so open to any pets! I studied nutrition as part of my degree and love all things health related and I also love running (mainly because its free). I am ideally looking for something furnished, but that's a bit flexible for the right set up.
I'm a PhD student with two gorgeous cuddly indoor cats (who will love any housemates I have). I like to cook, watch Netflix, craft, sew, paint, and play dungeons and dragons. I am happy to give housemates lots space or be best buddies. I like to have people around but usually only for things like D&D and board games, it's very rare that I'll have a big party. I am clean and would prefer similar housemates. I'm a generally happy person who is very accepting of people's differences.
I'm currently looking for a place to set up full-time residence. I like the idea of flatmates, because I've considered a share house but I feel like there are way too many people in a share house. Ideally, I'd like to live in my own apartment, but that is out of the question for now. I'm currently studying at TasTAFE. I'm doing an Advanced Diploma in IT, with the hope of being able to get a job that can allow me to live independently of my parents, whom I live with right now. As for work, I work as an IT contractor. I get paid a decent amount, although it's nothing special. My job is to go on-site and help people on the site that I'm assigned to and remain available for when they need help, which I try my best to do. It's only casual work however, and I'm aiming to get a full-time job soon. I'm a bit of a complicated person - I'm very shy when it comes to taking the initiative with stuff like moving out and talking to others can be a challenge depending on the circumstances. I find that it's ideal when people reach out to me initially, but after that it's a lot easier for me to talk to them (it depends on the person). I've also got some personal circumstances. Guess that's some stuff that I'd have to reveal later, haha. I also have a teddy bear, if that matters at all. As for flat-mates, I'm not really fussed. The reason why I decided against a share house is because there were too many people but having flatmates sounds like it could be fun. A lot of people say that it's not that simple (in that things don't normally work out like that) but I'd like to challenge that. I like to see the good in people, and I feel that a mindset like that can go a long way with regards to making shared accomodation bearable. I get if this is a major downside, but I spend a lot of my time on the computer. I'm talking at least 4 hours per day. I'm hoping to change that - moving out is the next step, I think. I feel it's due to my relationship with my parents. At the very least that means I'm very knowledgeable about the subject, at least that's what I like to tell myself, although I'm very constantly proven wrong about that. I try to keep myself from getting angry. In my eyes, people always have a reason to do whatever that they do, and even if it's not the most easily justifiable reason, it's been justified by that person - hence why they've gone and done it. I only hold people's actions against them to mock them (in a joking manner) and never with any serious context. It's not my place to judge their reasoning for doing whatever it is that they do. "Whatever you did or did not do, I'm sure you had good reason for doing it." I'm learning to apply this mindset to my own actions. Initially I had opted out of posting an image of myself. I just don't think I'm very photogenic. I've been advised having an image of myself on my profile would improve my chances of finding a place, because it gives others more certainty about me, even if it's just to do with my appearance. I hope it helps my chances of finding a place. I hope that's enough information - I understand if this may be a major wall of text, I'd just really like to find some flatmates and I believe that giving them as much information as possible is the best way to do it. I honestly find it difficult to describe myself - I hate talking myself up too much. Thank you for considering me.
Hello there, I'm looking for a place that I can call it as home, in Tasmania. I have been in Melbourne for years and decided to relocate in December 2019. A little bit about my background: I grew up in south-east Asia so would love to have housemates with similar background. I'm quite chill and wouldn't mind a small talk or a lengthy conversation about life with my housemates, but I'm generally quiet. I am respectful of others' personal space, and house-trained. I like to keep my house clean and tidy. Not looking for a party house. Feel free to send me a message if there is a room available and I sound like the housemate you're looking for :)