Hi I’m Zach. I grew up in Echuca and have been living in Melbourne for the past 7 years. I studied engineering at RMIT and am now working in the city for a software consultancy called Readify. I love playing basketball and keeping fit. I’m easy going for a chat and to hang out while being respectful of my room mates’ boundaries. I clean up after myself and keep my apartment generally neat and tidy.
I am a tidy, open-minded, social girl who wish to live with other young people, but requires a little private space however. I will study Fashion Design BA at RMIT, Brunswick Campus from February to July. Dont worry about paying the bills on time, I will do, as I have won a scholarship which covers most of my living expenses. I am a responsible adult, who can take care after herself, and always has time to clean up, because I cant live in a dirty environment. I cant cook, but love to eat.
Hi, I’m Yasmin 27 year old nurse from the UK. I’ll be arriving in Melbourne on the 28th February, looking for somewhere to live not to far from the city and with good transport links to all the hospitals. Looking for a fully furnished room as I will just be coming with just my backpack. I am an outgoing, fun loving person, I love traveling and enjoy running, yoga, bouldering and relaxing with good food and good friends but I also enjoy my own space. I’m pretty chill, tidy and easy to live with.
Independent, widely-travelled Kiwi working in IT with varied interests, including anything to do with technology, bush walking, yoga, craft beer, languages (I speak German and Spanish along with a smattering of others) and reading. I don't cook much and I enjoy going out to eat and having the occasional pint over a game of pool or at a quiz night. Looking for a private, furnished room with a good, firm mattress in a clean, quiet CBD apartment. Access to a swimming pool a bonus!
Im a baker/chef, moving to Melbourne from across the ditch to continue my career in hospo. I'm tidy, clean and respectful (all the usual buzz words). Don't mind the odd drink and party or flat meal. Recently discovered I can make a mean ratatouille and I love a good laugh!
I am easy going, pay on time, clean after myself. I am into yoga, meditation, hula hooping, dark chocolate, hiking, markets, second hand stuff, camping. I love a friendly environment in our home but I am also very independent and keep myself busy. I am vegetarian but I do not mind if you are not :) I prefer long stay but I am also adaptable to short stay since I won't have a place from February 2018. Please message me via Flatmates. Thanks.
Full time professional looking to move in as close as possible to the heart of Melbourne. Love dogs but don't have one, and I play piano so hopefully you don't mind some classical music every now and then! I live a relatively quiet lifestyle but love to host girls nights in. Enjoy cooking, love a quiet wine, I workout regularly, am tidy and keep things clean, and also have most of the furniture required to furnish an entire house so all you would need is a bed really! I am looking for a female housemate who also works full time and wouldn't mind hanging out and watching tv together after work. I'm hoping to team up to find a new place with all the modern amenities, ideally total rent of no more than $450 per week.
Hej, I am Sandra, a food lover, primary school teacher, musician, harpist, yogi, urban gardener from Austria. I will be joining an exchange program at Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. I am searching for a nice place to stay for at least 6 months. I am a great cook, very clean and I like it tidy. I am very open-minded, I like to laugh, love to have a good glass of red wine, enjoy good conversations and spending quality time with people who enjoy their lifes. I am up for a healthy lifestyle with sports (I love swimming and yoga) and healthy good quality food. I prefer to have an own room in a flat, please funrnished as I cannot bring my furniture from Austria. I would be very happy to hearing from you! SANDRA
I'm Lydia, 30, and work at Toyota, though my experience before this is in humanitarian aid sector. I'm pretty easy going, like to share a meal with housemates occasionally, a glass of wine or beer and a good chat are always good, but I understand that home is a sanctuary and space/alone time is important. I love reading, enjoy a good meal, pubs, playing ultimatum games and a good laugh. I think it's important to make the effort to make a share house a home, not just a house. I like to keep communal spaces clean, and cooking for housies. I'm very easy going and flexible. I think it's important to respect others' space and time.
I am in Australia for 8 weeks, for field based studies at an organisation that provide aged care and settlement services for migrants and refugees. I lived in Australia for one year during 2015, and during that time and found a place to stay by using flatmates.com.au. Everything went very well and I found new friends and all went good without any problems. I am used to living with other people, both with good friends and strangers. I am easy going, calm, tidy, and respect others own space. Most probably I will not be at home that much, because I want to make the most out of my time in Melbourne
Danish architecture student on exchange in Melbourne. Hoping to share a place with happy housemates February-June. Hi! I’m a Danish architecture student looking for a room in Melbourne during my exchange semester at RMIT. I’m hoping to share a place with housemates, as well as having my own private room. I expect to spend a lot of time at uni, but I’d love the company of flatmates for the time I'm home, and occasionally share a meal together. I'm always up for a coffee and a chat, or a friday night glass of wine. I enjoy climbing, yoga, travelling, cycling around the city, and cooking with friends. I also like listening to lots of podcasts which means I might sometimes have weird facts/stories to share. I'm considerate and have lived with others before, and I'm vegan. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, or if you have anything available.
We're two international students from Vietnam in need of off-campus accommodation, as we'll start our courses at Monash University from March 2018. We're not a pain in the ass. We don't bump loud music at night, so your sleeping schedule will not be disturbed. We don't steal food in the fridge. We don't litter. We're very negotiable when it comes to chores. Overall, we're reasonable people (or at least we think so). Living with international students could be a refreshing experience too. Don't worry about the cartoon picture, we just don't have a picture we can upload at the moment, so that'll be used temporarily.
Hiya, My name is Cheri, i’m 24 and i’m originally from London. I will be making the exciting move to Melbourne on February 12th so currently looking to secure somewhere to live around the middle of Feb. I will be a working professional and my background is within the mental world of secretarial Recruitment. I’m extremely outgoing and clean and would love to live with people that like to have fun at the weekends. I am keen to live a comfortable lifestyle in a space that I can call my home. Although I enjoy socialising with a glass of wine or perhaps a G+T and catching up on the latest news I will always respect someone's personal space and believe your home is your place to relax. If you think you have something suitable - please do get in touch! Thanks so much! Cheri x
What's up guys? I am Michael, 25 years old, from Germany, and studying at the RMIT in Melbourne from Feb to June 2018. I’m a talkative and easygoing guy. I’m eager to participate in the housework. So, I don't dread making the dishes, sweep the kitchen or clean the toilette from time to time. I’m generally funny and sometimes a bit crazy. Looking forward finding a nice squad there in Melbourne. See you! Michael
I recently moved to Melbourne from the UK and now work full time as a Sales Executive. I'm a foodie, love to explore the city and go for runs to clear my head. I'd love housemates that enjoy socialising, talking about our days and hanging out, but also value some alone time after a long day at work. Feel free to message me if you have a spare room in Southbank/South Melbourne - I would love to hear from you!
Happy go lucky, simple boy/man who likes to have fun. Not entirely a weekend warrior. Likes living in a clean environment. Usually procrastinating in my own room or we can hangout too if you want. Malaysian Chinese who is going to further his Bachelor's degree in Computer Science in RMIT.
I am 22, from Perth, and making the move over east to Melbourne. I am easy going, sociable, neat and tidy and considerate. I will be working part time and will be studying in the second semester. I enjoy meeting new people, love a good book and a glass of wine and am super excited to start my new life in Melbourne.
Hi there ! My husband Ed (28, english) and I (23, french) arrive in Melbourne in 2 weeks. Ed is working in banking and i am in luxury hospitality. After traveling the world for 2 years, we are just about to settle down in Australia with a WHV, to experience the Aussie life. We already lived in shared houses in England and in Paris more recently. We are very open, tidy, i love to cook (like more then love i would actually cook all of the time if i could) and ed is a master at slacklining (and he washes the dishes as well). We are very interested in your room as we are looking for a place to stay as soon as we arrive ! Thanks a lot Alli and Ed xx
Hey there! Im a really friendly and outgoing individual who will get along with absolutely anybody. I work around 4-5 days a week in hospitality, like to socialise over a few drinks, like things tidy, getting things done that need to be, and am really laid back. I love anything creative and am always sharing ideas and laughing about life! I am looking to move from Sydney to Melbourne very shortly with like minded individuals. Currently I am taking a break from my official studies to pursue an interest in music production and am studying this on the side .