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.
Hi, I'm Madeleine, an easy going, reliable and clean young professional with lots of experience living in share houses. I work Monday-Saturday as a Music Teacher and enjoy chilled evenings to hang out or have a nice meal. I am neat and tidy and live an active lifestyle in my spare time. I grew up in Tassie and love getting out bush when I can. At home I love a home cooked meal, board games, puzzles and a nice cup of tea and yes I am fully aware that makes me sound like an 80 year old woman, but trust me I really am 24. I would love to have an area for my music equipment (keyboard and books). But I can keep practise to certain times as to not disturb others. I love an honest and open house environment. I think communication and respect are the best philosophys for a sharehouse environment. I am ideally looking for a smaller sharehouse slightly north of the city as most of my work is between Glenorchy and North Hobart. I have a car and furnishings for one room. Happy to move any time in October.
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'm currently on a gap year, and just returned from travelling, so I'm looking for a new place to call home. I love going kayaking, cooking a tasty dinner or having a couple drinks. I'm pretty easy-going and am happy to have a chat or just chill out and do my own thing. I currently work for a touring company, we run concerts all around Hobart. Flick me a message if you have a spare room or if you're keen to start a new share house.
I'm in my mid 20s. I work part time and I am studying Community Support. I'm gay. I'm looking for a long-term home to share with great people! When I'm not working or studying I like to play games, do crafts, read, and socialise. I love listening to and playing music. I like a friendly and social household, where people can hang out together and cook shared meals - especially a BBQ! I like a respectful household where shared spaces are always welcoming. I like to chat and hang out, but I also like to be able to have space when I want.
Recently moved down from Queensland for work. Have steady work, so paying rent on time shouldn't be an issue. Casual, quiet, and private. I'll clean up after myself (reasonably well), but I'm not exactly obsessed with cleanliness.
Hey, I'm Han! currently on the search for a new place and hoping to have some cool new housemates that like the occasional wine and a few laffs, also I'm pretty into my own Netflix cocoon too Toast is one of my main food groups and i'm a v clean! Thanks!
Originally from France, currently moved from 6 years in Melbourne to Hobart now, I'm looking for a 'happy house'! 🌟 I don't mind with whoever gender I'll be living in with but, living in a positive atmosphere and connecting with my housemates is important for me. I consider myself as a positive person and although I do enjoy my free time too, I have always loved being 'part of the house' and connect with my housemates eg. doing some gardening, walking the dog, having meals together, a glass wine, going to a gig (why not!)! 🍻 Although I enjoy a quiet house, I don't want to live with people who will be staying in their room as soon they come from home like '24/7'. It's good to connect and being part of the house! 🍃 I work as Restaurant Manager so won't be there mostly evenings, but as part of the hospitality industry I consider food & wine as a passion. Oh and also I'm a 70% vego, can I say that? Haha🍷 My hobbies include horse riding, wine stuff, food, walk in nature, spiritualist stuff, I love to boogie from time to time, going for a ride with my scooter! 🌞
We are an easygoing Brazilian couple that just moved from Sydney to Tassie after finish Master degree there looking forward to start a new life here. I’m a HR professional and my partner is a hotel manager and both of us are looking for a peaceful place to rest and reenergise after a work day. On the weekends we like to explore nature and trails. Visiting markets and attend to community events are also things we enjoy doing and also spend time with friends. During a week day we enjoy cooking dinner and watch tv shows on netflix. Some meditation and sound healing are also thing we are into. Not smokers.
Hello, I'm moving to Hobart from Townsville and am looking for a short term or long term rental. I am environmentally conscious, clean and tidy person. Am looking for a house mate with a similar mindset. I like a mix of social and solo time and love to get out in nature. The atmosphere of a house is important to me - I love a place with a good vibe and nice light! It would be nice to share with someone/people who like to share the occasional meal and see some music together etc. I am a school teacher and moving to Hobart to continue studies in marine biology. Looking for a peaceful, respectful, concious house share. I like pets.
Hey I’m Kate and I’m moving down from Brisbane to do my PhD at UTAS. Never been to tassie, but keen for the adventure. Hoping to live with someone likeminded, however I’ve lived with a bunch of different people so I’m pretty flexible. I’ll know no one in Hobart, so if you enjoy the outdoors that would be a big plus.
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 had just finished completing a Masters Degree at UTAS. Now, looking to stay and find some work in Hobart for about 6 months. I like staying in shape by going to the gym. I also, like spending time outdoors (nature and so forth). I am an Australian. I am just looking for one other person to share a house, preferably one who is quiet and who respects others peoples privacy and space!
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. :)
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.
I was born in colombia where i lived almost my entire life. I have a Bachelor degree in Process Engineering with experience over 5 years as a production engineer and at the moment, i am going to study english for 6 months, and then project management for one year. As my hobbies, i am a martial art practitioner and i like jogging. I could be a really good roommate because i am a very organized, responsable and respecfull person.
30 year old winemaker from Adelaide, moving down to Hobart for at least the next 3-6 months, but hoping to make it longer term. Pretty chill sort of guy, neat without being too neat, quiet without being too quiet. Do enjoy a drink.