Hey guys! I am Bao, I'm originally from Adelaide. Moved to Melbourne about a month ago now. I have recently completed my Masters in Visual Arts specialising in Photography. I moved to Melbourne solely to be more productive/creative in my work. I'm currently working full time and able to pay rent/bills on time. I am pretty experienced at living in share houses having done so in the past 3 years. I do enjoy spending time with house mates, either sharing a dinner here and there, brunch or sharing some wine. quite big on wine! I'm quite neat and enjoy buying plants and gardening (if theres a veggie patch in your garden that's a bonus (have quite a green thumb). I can be pretty active, recently got into bouldering. Feel free to ask me any questions you like cheers :) NOT AN INTERNATIONAL STUDENT & WORK FULL TIME!
Hi. Starting work at The Mercy Hospital at the start of June. Like most people, I am easy going with a broad array of tolerances except for smokers, ultra-left/right/(insert any other extreme politic) wingers and platted mullets. Will be working and studying so not looking for a frat house. Like most, I have had some fantastic and not so fantastic share house experiences so have a good idea what it takes to make it work. A genuine sense of mutual understanding and respect is the essential. .
Physics student at Melbourne Uni working in hospitality looking for a relaxed place where conversation isn't always expected and a sometimes a simple 'hey, how are you' is fine. I love reading - science fiction is my favourite genre, but anything with pages will keep me happy. Big fan of video games and movies (horror's the way to go with them) too, and can easily spend an afternoon watching pretty much anything. When I'm bored I like to go for long walks, or try to do something creative. Fairly clean by nature, since cleaning and reorganising is my favourite way to procrastinate, but not fussy so long as other people's stuff isn't in the way. Can't say I'm the best at starting conversations but I can still happily talk to people pretty much whenever, and hold my ground on most topics. Got a pretty twisted sense of humour once I've downed a few, which is a great way to kill an evening. I pride myself on being honest and straightforward.
Hey! I’m Hannah, 28 from the UK. Been here since September and love Melbourne! I’m a children’s social worker and relocating for a better commute. I love to cook, brunch and spend time with friends. I’m also into being kind to myself and keeping healthy :) I work full time so I’m out quite a lot, but when at home I’m sociable but also like my own space. I like a clean and tidy environment and like to pitch in, I'm conscientious to other’s feelings and routines. I’m open minded and relaxed about most things. I hope to find like-minded people and somewhere homely. I’m free to move from the 23rd April :) Look forward to hearing from you!
We are a young couple from Canada new to the city and want to make the most of our time here! We love to adventure but also enjoy a glass of wine and a good chat at the end of the day. We aren't big partiers and are super easy going:) We're looking to make a place our home for the few months we're here and hoping to find somewhere for 4-6 months starting May 1 (if possible)! If you have any other questions for us just send a message and we would love the opportunity to have some awesome new roomies !!
Hi there. I'm looking for a room in a share house in the City of Darebin. I am currently studying hospitality, and in my spare time play football, enjoy being creative, being outdoors, and spending time with friends. I am an honest, respectful, and considerate housemate. Kind Regards, Olivia
Hi I'm Liam, working full time as an engineer in Melbourne's CBD. I'm generally independent, but keen to have a social household with the odd shared dinner or quiet drinks after work. I don't have any pets myself but would love getting to know yours if you have any! I think I'm pretty easy going and I appreciate honest conversations should they need to come up. I love playing social sport on weeknights and chilling out with Netflix, tea and a crossword when winding down for a work night. I will be away until mid June travelling, and looking to organise moving into a new home sometime in July with some flexibility on dates.
Im a bubbly creative individual. I work part time at wittner shoes and a freelance designer. Love watching films and making some delicious desserts 😁. In my spare time i like to get creative paint, draw, go to art exhibitions and gigs. Love to go camping when I can. I am a clean person so you do not have to worry about mess. I also respect my housemates and there space. Feel free to give me a buzz I am not shy 😊
Hello My name’s Alex. I work in health and social equity, my last job was on the close the gap campaign. I’ve just returned from a 4 month trip across Central America learning Spanish, hiking around, and living the Latin life. I’ve sharehoused all my life, very adaptable and can live with all types. I’m socialable and prefer to go to the pub with mates rather than nightclubs. I keep things clean and tidy, and very conscientious of other people’s space and things. I like to cook, but I eat out just as often, and I keep pretty fit and healthy.
I'm a friendly, respectful, clean and kind housemate. I would love to live with people who I can socialise with once and a while over boardgames or wine. I am a current Master of Environment student at the University of Melbourne and work part time at a consulting firm in South Melbourne. In my spare time, I love to travel, get outdoors or just relax with friends.
Hi, my name is Tamara. I moved to Melbourne around Christmas and currently living in Bundoora in the suburbs. I am from the UK but I grew up most of my life in the South of France. I am looking for something closer to the city with better transport options as I do not drive. I am a very clean and tidy person, I have a passion for cooking and I enjoy sports. I also love to go out and socialise and meet new people.
Hey there! I'm a clean and tidy, omnivorous, non-smoking, 27-year-old human geography/psychology student at La Trobe University. I love surfing, canyoning, playing guitar, bouldering, reading, swing dancing, coffee, exploring the world on my bicycle, and making fleeting (yet deep) relationships with dogs and cats on the streets. I’m looking for a calm, friendly, and respectful household. I like a good chat over coffee or the occasional shared meal, while also having quiet time to study, play guitar, or read a book. I like to have friends over occasionally for dinner/movies times, and I am not fazed by the occasional party or people coming and going. My strengths as a housemate are my ability to do dishes straight away; the coffee machine I come with; my positive outlook; and some great mum puns. If I sound like I could be a good fit for your share house feel free to shoot me a message :)
I'm a 33 year old Pilates instructor (rehab not fitness...definitely not fitness) originally from Brisbane. I’ve been living in Melbourne for just over a year now, after returning from a 3.5 year stint in London. I hit the jackpot with my first Melbourne housemates and am hoping to do the same second time around. I’m an easy going kinda gal into all the culture, food and wine that Melbourne has to offer. I enjoy a morning shuffle, the sporadic yoga session and occasionally attempt to cook something Pescatarian and edible. I'm looking to find some easy going, like minded housemates who may become great pals or at least acquaintances that know how to use a sponge. I'm also good with a sponge, pet friendly (dog obsessed) very independent and happy to do my own thing but always up for a wine/cuppa and a chin wag. My wild party days are well and truly behind me (did they ever really exist?) but I do still love a good gathering of friendly folk. I'm also up for checking out all Melbourne has to offer so anything cultural (exhibitions, dance performances, gigs) op shopping and market visits I'll be down for and always happy to have company. I'm also excited to explore the rest of Victoria and have a functioning vehicle in order to make all the road trips happen. I work in the city and my work hours are a mix of early starts (7am) and later finishes (730pm ish) which makes me pretty easy to dodge if you're regular 9-5 workers. It also means I'm not requiring the bathroom at peak hour..bonus. On my busier days of talking non stop to clients I sometimes need a little down time until i can form full sentences again but am always happy to attempt to socialise in a slightly incoherent manor until I regain full speech. Anyhoo if you'd like to know more please feel to get in touch. Looking forward to meeting my new Flatmates very soon! Luisa :)
I am open for short and long term potential house mates. :) I am super friendly, considerate, easy going. And tidy, especially in the kitchen. Have a bit of a sense of humour. Good communicator. Have had previous share housing experience and quite good at it. Previously almost 19 years in inner city melbourne. I have lots of passions like health and cooking, art (aspiring artist), meditation, reading, travelling, cycling around melbourne. My long term goal right now is to get back into art, and maybe start a vegetarian/vegan place in melbourne.. I have a little online business that trades in health supplements. Financially stable. Love to keep myself busy.
We love everything to make us happy! For example,cooking,eating,drinking,running,skateboarding....etc. And we have good manners. We are Japanese,so maybe you have some questions about us. Please ask us anything! Thank you for reading. -Nao and Ryo
Looking for a room in a share house with a communal vibe. Ideally, a long term place in the Inner North for around $200. I am currently working part time and volunteering. Friendly, respectful and tidy!
Well hello there... As you have probably realised, with your high observational skill level, my name is Clare. I am 26, from the UK, and have lived in Melbourne for the last 2.5 years. My current lease isn't up until July 2018, so ideally I am looking to meet some people who are interested in starting a long-term share house. Work FT in the CBD, so I am looking for a place that isn't too far so I can easily cycle to work and my gym which is in Fitzroy. Looking for a social household, dinners and drinks together would be great. That said, everyone needs their own space don't they? I think most people know how to respect boundaries though so not too worried about that. My job can be pretty full-on at times, I spend all day talking to strangers, so I do like to decompress after a long day at the office. I'm looking for a house share, rather than a flat share. Having lived in an apartment the last 18 months, I am super keen for some outdoor space to bbq in the summer or potter about in. I am looking for somewhere with a fairly modern kitchen and AC/Heating too. I am hoping to find somewhere in the following suburbs: Carlton North Carlton Fitzroy North Collingwood Brunswick East Clifton Hill Princes Hill Northcote Get in touch if you have a place for me in your home, or your hearts, or if you are thinking about starting a house share. C x :)
Hi, We are a couple in our early thirties from the UK who are currently living in Sydney. I am a Drama teacher and Will works in advertising. We are moving to Melbourne for Will's job and are mega excited (I have always wanted to live there...) We left the last year to backpack around India, Nepal and South East Asia and are in a Australia to work. We love living with people and happy to have chats and a glass of wine or beer over dinner. We like cooking and sharing meals with housemates. We are respectful of communal spaces. I am vegetarian, we are plastic free and have been for 2 months and hope to continue to do this. We enjoy walking, camping, festivals,a night out dancing, reading, theatre.... I swim a lot and try and do yoga three times a week. We are both cyclists and would commute to work as well as cycle everywhere else. We are in Australia to travel but also to work. Will has a permanent one year contract so we would at least be here for a year. We are mega pet friendly and would love to live with a cat or dog! We have lived in a pretty big house in Sydney with an ensuite and lovely housemates. We are looking for a similar set up in Melbourne. People to go to the pub with or a weekend trip or to share stories. Contact us and show us your lovely homely house!