In Australia on a WHV. Italian-Canadian. Kind, tidy and respectful. Seeking the same in flatmate(s), good sense of humour is a bonus. I enjoy my solitude the most, but I also like to be social. Occupation is a full-time waitress. Into health/fitness and travel.
I’m a 20yo from Brazil and have been living in Melbourne for almost 2 years. I’m currently finishing my tourism course and about to start a cookery one so be prepared for delicious meals at home (I hope). Most of my time is spent at work/school and even though I consider myself a workaholic, there’s still time for my friends and colleagues. All I want is a chilled place with good peeps 🤪 Describing myself is far too hard.
Hello ! We are 2 friends from Belgium coming for the first time in Australia. We are looking for a nice flat to share with nice people. We are respectful and tidy and we love to meet new people. We are always ready to have a drink or party but we also love to have chill time and movie nights.
Hello My name is Caspar and I'm coming from Sitzerland. I will stay 6 month in Melbourne, for a trainee ship. I really enjoy cooking, eating and having a drink from time to time. See yah! Caspar
Hey, I've just got a job as an IT consultant in the CBD, so I'm moving over from England around mid-May. I'm looking for a room in a place with sociable housemates who will help me settle in to Melbourne life. I like exploring, travel, beach life, gym and generally anything that involves being social! My budget is up to $450 a week. I'm open to living in any property type, just as long as I have a private room. A short as possible commute to the CBD is also preferable. Rooms with easy access to a gym/balcony/outdoor space will also take preference. Drop me a message if you have something suitable. Also happy to team up too if anyone is interested :) Thanks, Rich
I am easy-going, clean and responsible. In my free time, I like going out, hiking, reading, and going to the beach. I am fluent in three languages- English, Bangla and Hindi/Urdu. I am a Monash Alumni currently doing a CPA course online and working part time. I have lived in Melbourne for 6 years now and have a strong rental history to show for it. My move in date (10th of May latest) and length of stay is flexible, a minimum of three months but happy to extend further. Budget is $350 per week max including all bills. Preferably looking for an all girls apartment in and around the city. Hope to hear from you soon!
We are a couple of brazilians, we came to Melbourne to study English and work. We are look for a place/room to be like our home. We are studying in the morning and we are also looking for a part- time job. We are quiet people, we like cooking when we have time. In free time, we like to watch movies, go to the parks for relaxing.
I am a mature but fun and outgoing corporate professional relocating from Sydney for work. I live minimally and enjoy the simple things in life such as good food and good wine. My hobbies include anything beach related, working out and having a beer after a long week at work. I am looking for a potential person in which we can rent out our own 2-bedder. I am quite flexible with location as long as it is within a 30-min commute to the CBD. My interests are; Traveling, UFC, and all things weeb (grew up a nerd)!
Hey! I am an open-minded, sociable and clean person who likes to travel, get to know new things or just have a good conversation. I'm from Germany and in Australia for 5 months to work full time as an engineer. Beside that I want to get to know the country, the people and the language. Therefore, I am looking for accommodation with roommates who are enthusiastic about life and like to do something together.
Hi, I’m Thais, a 38-year-old chef working full time. When I’m home I like to be relaxed after a working day in the kitchen. I enjoy watch movies and read about gastronomy, and of course getting caught in the next Netflix program. I’m mostly home after work. I am working four days a week and one of the days of the weekend. On my day off I enjoy socialising and going out with friends. I’m responsible, clean and considerate of another people’s space. I would like to feel myself like a home and we should both feel comfortable to hang out in the common areas or spend time alone. I’m friendly, easy going and tend to live independently but very happy to socialise and have a chat when we’re both home. I am reliable with bills and cleaning. Open communication is important to keep it all drama free. Not looking for a party house, but friends are always welcome.
I'm a 19 years-old french student who is going to live in Melbourne for one year, as an exchange student in Monash University. I'm kind and tidy, and I'd love to find a place with people who share the same interests (nature, travel, art) to call it home !
Hi my name is Lucy. I am a full-time law student, and I work part-time as a Paralegal in a Construction Law firm. I enjoy dragon-boat racing, chess and debating. While I love to have laugh, I also deeply enjoy intellectual conversations and the sharing of knowledge. I am looking for flat share either in, or just outside of the Melbourne CBD, such as Docklands, or Kilda Road. I would happily live in just about any suburb (within thirty minutes of the city) as long as the place is close to a train station (within five minutes walk). I can supply a fridge, a washing-machine and cooking equipment for the house. I am looking for an unfurnished room (unless of course, your bed and mattress is of a better quality then the Queen size bed I own already). In addition, I am looking for a room with the following features: -A window that opens with natural light -Can accommodate a large desk and a queen size bed -Access to fast, unlimited internet (does not have to be included in the price) -I must be able to pay the bond to the RTBA * Please note that $300 is the maximum amount of weekly rent I wish to pay and a higher rent is non-negotiable (not inclusive of bills and internet). Many thanks, Lucy
Very clean, tidy, and usually quiet. Work Mon-Fri/ 9-5 in the city and am commencing full time study of a Master’s degree in late February. Don’t mind hanging out every now and again and trying out new places together. Looking for a place that is close to public transport and preferably has a bathroom I can use to myself; if not if the toilet and bathroom are seperate this could work too. Please note: not looking to move any further out than between Maribyrnong-Richmond given the proximity to work and uni. Please do not contact me for shared rooms ! Thanks 😊
Hola! I'm a young Kiwi making the move across the ditch! I work full time at a CA firm. I'm a tidy, quite and respectful person. I'd like to live with other sociable working professionals who are chilled out and enjoy the occasional drink after work but respect each other space and time. I'd be very busy with work most nights but would definitely be keen to go out for the odd flat dinner/outing or have a chill Netflix marathon :) Let me know if I would fit right into your flat!
We are a couple of Brazilians. We came to Melbourne to study and working, and start a new life here. We are looking for a room to be like our home. We are quiet people, we like to cook when we have time. In the free time we like to watch movies and go to the parks to relaxing.
Hi my name is Marisa and I'm a 23 year old from Canada. I'm looking for a new place since my friend/roommate is going back home, and I'd like a change of scenery. During the week I am usually busy with work. I am a full time teacher, so my nights are spent working out and planning lessons. Though I keep busy I am always down for food, a chat and a glass of wine :) I am looking for a spacious/ bright room (I like plants ok) in a clean flat share with like-minded, easy going and respectable people. ps. my lease is up at the beginning of August so I'm hoping to move somewhere in July!
Im a quiet but social to the right group of person. Im really clean, organised. Im studying and working at the same time and if i have free time, i love to stay at home or go out for drink and party.
Hey there! I'm from middle of nowhere Inverloch in South Gippsland, and grew up on the coast. I''ve lived in a sharehouse in Caulfield North for one year now and looking for something new. I need somewhere walking distance to public transport as I don't drive (so won't need space to park). I'm studying Art History and Curating, and work in a Cafe in South Melbourne. I'm vegetarian (but don't mind being around meat and whatnot) and I'm relatively decent at cooking (smashed avo anyone?). I like pretty much all kinds of music and am always ready to dance, so if you're needing club buddies I'm here! but am also pretty quiet and spend a lot of time in my room in silence so if you're needing quiet to study I'm good in terms of that. I also don't smoke or have any pets, but don't mind being around those who do smoke, and adore pets!
I am Coco, a 26 years old French man. I am looking for a share house around Doncaster because my job is in this area (I am building fencies). I am easy going and get well with others, I am respectful and organised in a sharing place. I like practicing any type of sports, I like to be outside and I am a food lover.
Hi, I'm currently improving my english at school, next to Southern Cross station, until mid May. I'm 36 years old, young mindset, chill and smiling, super clean and respectful (and I expect the same from others), I like socializing as much as tranquility sometimes and I respect other's. I've been travelling for a year and a half, spending most of my time with 18-28 years old people and it was perfectly fine. I don't smoke and I really don't like that smell inside the place I live. Cats are ok, but I don't really enjoy dog's proximity. I'm looking for sharing an appartment or a house (with my own, very quiet bedroom (I've a light sleep)), with respectful and open-minded people, who like socializing (beer/wine/diner/movie/conversations, cooking... !) , at least a minimum :) I'll be leaving Melbourne around the 13th of May, so I'm looking for a flexible rental, starting around the 10th/13th of April.