I'm a business man aged 63 and looking for accommodation.I am a confectionery, gourmet and grocery wholesaler supplying the Hill Streets, IGA's and smaller specialised shops. I have been in business for 35 years.I love cooking and I usually cook up a good meal as I have plenty of condiments to choose from. I like a wine whilst cooking but I'm not into parties. I'm away every 4 weeks doing the shops in the north of the state. You can call me on Mo 0432 128 307. I can also give you references from the Air BnB's where I stay in Burnie and Launceston.
We are looking for a two room house, or two rooms in a share home. I am a quiet, respectful, friendly introvert who will spend most of her time curled up quietly reading, drawing or netflixing on the couch or in my room. I have a lot of house pride and will work hard to create and maintain a beautiful home and garden (I can also supply all furniture and white goods). I am currently creating a career in environmental science, and am employed at the University of Tasmania. I am considering going back to University to do my Honours next year. LGBT+, vegetarian. Hamish is a Business Student who enjoys playing guitar, gaming, and cooking in his rare down-time.
I am a HR professional relocating to Hobart from Hong Kong. I lived in Brisbane for a few years while studying for my degree at the University of Queensland. I am very easy going and friendly. I'm a tidy person and always clean up after myself. I am looking for a share house that is close to the city. I am open to live with dogs as I am a dog person.
Hey! I have been living in Coles Bay for the past couple of years and have just accepted a guiding job in Hobart. My partner of 5 years will still be living up the coast so I'll be heading back there for my days off most weeks. I'm into the outdoors, hiking, diving and fishing and plan to get into some new hobbies when I get to Hobart. I love to cook and really enjoy sharing meals and experiences with other people and cultures. I'll be doing big hours and working weekends, I'm more into relaxed socializing and outdoor activities as opposed to partying. Ideally I'd be looking for somewhere to stay up until the end of April and am happy to sign onto a 6 month lease provided everything's a good fit! If you have pets that's a bonus for me too. Thanks for reading and shoot me a message if you have any other questions!
My name is Nicole, I am originally from Melbourne. I am 23 and about to start my PhD at UTAS in Hobart town. I am looking for either a room in an established shared house or someone to team up with. I am looking to move in by mid October. I currently may have a potential 2 bedroom apartment in Blackmans bay as a friend is looking to break her lease. I was looking to find someone to rent the place out with. The place is unfurnished but comes with all the essential appliances (washer, fridge, tumble dryer, dishwasher and microwave). There are two bus stops within 2 minutes walking and it is a $375/week rent (shared equally, so $188/week per person, bills not included). We would have to apply through the agent ourselves. Individuals and Couples welcome (However, if a couple, you would have to be open to splitting the rent three ways). If I am unable to find someone to team up with, I am looking for a room in a shared house. My budget is up to $200 a week but the cheaper the better :) A little bit about me as a housemate/person: I am a very chilled and laid-back person (not interested in meaningless dramas). I am not a super clean freak and my room may get a little messy sometimes, but I always keep my communal areas clean. I like to have a housemate I can be friends with and happy to have people over for cute boardgames/sleepover nights with friends.
I’m looking for a place in Hobart. I work in hospitality due to I love talking and interacting with people. I have lived in New Zealand for 7 years before I came to Australia! I’m very friendly and very easy going :) I’m a clean freak just putting it out there haha I just need a furnished room near hobart! I don’t prefer living right in city. I will have my car with me so it would be good if the suburb is about 15-30mins max to Hobart city. :)
Hello! I'm Clare, I'm a mature student at UTAS and I also work for the university. 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 at the end of November and I'm looking for a room in a house with a kindred spirit or two; or a studio or granny flat.
Hey I'm Jess.. I'm studying music I'm a songwriter. Im chilled, like gardening, music, yoga and alone time .. however i am social too..Im looking for a second place to practice music and do art etc..i wont be there all the time.My child and partner will be visiting at times.
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. 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.