Hello! I'm a conscientious, gentle, haven-seeking teacher working full-time in the same job 17years. Into arts and culture, gardens and natural history. Very easygoing, friendly and well-balanced. Ideally looking to take over a lease/someone's lease break or move into own flat, studio, villa, unit or reside with one other if gorgeous and spacious enough for my books/bookshelves and some bedroom furniture such as drawers/small wardrobe. If you have such an UNFURNISHED property available let me know. Preferably with aircon and some storage space as l come with considerable tasteful stuff. Not interested in tiny or ultramodern apartments or places far from transport as l don't drive and like to get out and about and back. I don't have a set move-out date from present dwelling as happy here sharing, would simply like to source a cooler place for warmer weather as presently upstairs in a beautiful home but without cooling. Would also consider residing alone. Periodic lease here so would give due notice. Close to city, leafy areas ideally :) trust me, l'm a goodun!
Hi I am Hannes, I travelled over a year on the Australian East Coast and now I just got my second working holiday visa and I want to settle in Melbourne for a few months-years (depending how much I like it(a lot so far)). I am an easy going person, I like if things are getting handled fluidly without many restrictions so everybody has his free space and can enjoy life. I lived in a sharedhouse before. I am tidy and clean in general but I am flexible about the living standard and cleanliness (spent the last year camping) as long as everybody is on the same page and stuff gets split fair I just adapt. I want to settle because I would like to have the amneties of a real house again. Running water, laundry, hot shower, unlimited wifi/electricity, storage, heater. I love to dumpsterdive so there should be always plenty of food for everyone living with me. The last month I just bought nuts,olive oil, spices and coconunt yoguhrt. Around 98% of my calories are plant based (main exception dumpster eggs). I love eating thats why I like cooking too. I am keen for a good kitchen gas stove preferred, blender, oven, toaster and all the other things you are missing when camping. Other things I like: Crusing around with my skateboard. Chilling. Rain on corrugated iron. Beaches. Big trees and forest. Building, Creating. Technology. Future. Hiking. Meditate. Stars. Watching Documentaries. Cool things I don't know about yet but you will show me.Free things. Gardening. Loud Music (got a soundboks).Festivals. I already know a few people here and I would like to get involved in community projects like Ceres. I would like to have some active flatmates how are becoming my friends and also push me to do more activities. I am unemployed at the moment, but I have savings, construction experience and already a job offer. I want to get a 2-5days per week job once I am settled. I always pay my rent in time. I am owning a campervan and like to go camping with friends. This also means you can invite me to live with you for a week /check me out and if something doesn't work out I jump in my van and go without any complications for you. A short term rent like ~3months can be cool for me too. Contact me and I come around for a meetup ;) Have a great day!
I’m Matty - I work for a food rescue charity 4 days a week and into sustainability. I like to spend my free time making music, spinning vinyls, hiking, bouldering/rockclimbing and taking photos. I also enjoy meditation and yoga, and attend workshops regularly. I also thoroughly enjoy making things from recycled timber. I don't mind a wholesome boogie too! I would ideally like to live in a conscious household that encourages a sustainable lifestyle. I am not strictly vegan or vegetarian but try to reduce harm as best I can in my dietary choices. I’d like to live with some chill people who can communicate openly and honestly and aren’t afraid to bring up anything that they need to bring up. I love a good conversation so ideally you will be social people that like to hang out and spend time together. I’d like to get to know my housemate/s well, and spend time enjoying each others company, however I enjoy time to myself and having my own space also.
Move date: 1 June - 18th June - ROOM WITH OWN BATHROOM OR GRANNY FLAT. I'm a female photographer, a creative person, have a degree in cultural anthropology and now I'm a mature age student of Latrobe University - Bachelor of Nursing aiming to do preventative health promotion rather than traditional nursing. I'm fairly social and active, but craving my own quiet time between, I prefer a chilled home. I love art, I'm conscious of the environment, politics and social justice. I'm fun loving mix of extrovert and introvert qualities. I have traveled extensively and love cultural diversity. I like to cook healthy, maintain a clean environment, I'm out going on the weekends. I don't drink (other than the odd glass of a craftie), but rather socialize out and about, see an exhibition, be in nature, listen to music or go for a boogie with friends. I'm considerate, respect other people's privacy and property. I'm fine with smokers as long as it's outdoor. I like to find a good balance in spending time with my flat mates, have fun, creating a great vibe, and also to let them to be. I'm looking forward hearing from you. Cheers, Zita
Hey, I'm Rachelle. Pick me! It might just be worth your while. Or maybe not, who knows really. I'm 37, have lived in sharehouses for over 15 years and more recently have been living in a unit in Thornbury on my own. It's great, but I miss sharehouse living. I'm housetrained, independent but sociable and work full-time in environmental protection. I'm looking for a professional sharehouse with good people who like to have a laugh over a drink and meal together.
I bring a cute 6 month old ragdoll named Artemis who is litter trained and sits for treats. I'm looking for somewhere for possibly 6 months, maybe more, while I figure out what I want from my life now. I've just come out of a long term relationship and haven't shared for 3 years, so I could be a bit rusty. I'll do my own dishes and keep common areas tidy. I'm not a loud person and keep to myself and my cat most of the time. I might be coorced for a wine, or a true crime doco Ideally I'd be moving in mid to late june, as my current lease expires at the end of June.
Hi there! My name's Jake, I'm non-binary trans masc guy. I love art, textiles/fashion/costuming, video games and relaxing. I'm laid back and often keep to myself, but enjoy socialising. I'm moving to Melbourne to study fashion and costuming, and am looking for a lovely share house with fellow LGBTQI folk. I have a lovely cat, she's older so she's quiet, lazy and loves nothing more than a sunny windowsill. If I sound like a good fit, let me know! Thanks and warm regards~ Jake
Recently moved here from London. Looking for a home- nice and relaxing, radio in the kitchen! A garden, cats, social housemates but independent. I used to live here 1 0 years ago- have lots of good friends living here from NZ- where im orignally from I am a poet, work with books. Vege. Shit cook, good at cleaning hello
I'm Lucas. I work (pretty much) full time in the Homelessness / Youth Work sector and I'm on the hunt for an established share house or someone keen to find a place. Short or long term depending on the place. So i'm 24, love (trying) to stay fit and healthy but for the sake of sanity, don't mind a beer or wine too. I'm a lover of adventure and particularly getting outdoors when I can. A backyard would be a sweet sweet bonus. I'm keen to start some vege gardening too if there's a bit of space and would be keen to make this a shared project if there was another housemate keen. I love to cook, but mostly I love to eat anything delicious and vegetarian. I do like my own space a bit, as I'm a studying online part time as well as working full time in a field where you are constantly chatting with other people so some arvo's after work you might find me doing my own thing to unwind a bit. I am also kept pretty busy between work, study and training But that doesn't mean I don't make time to be social and have a chat and a beer, or a run or adventure to some mountain to climb. I'd love to find some people with similar interests and a similar lifestyle to live with! If you think we could be a good fit, let me know...
My name is Chels, 24, and I am currently looking for somewhere to reside in the Melbourne area. I currently have been living with my parents for the last 2 years and need a change of scenery. I previously lived out of home, for 3 and a half years. I have a few rental references if you want some background and if you’d like to contact some of my previous housemates I can give you their email addresses. I am a musician (I play saxophone, clarinet, flute, guitar, sing) and I sometimes do practise during the day. If this is in any way disruptive I am very happy to do all my practise at work/elsewhere. I have a partner who visits me semi-regularly. I am an instrumental teacher who works at different schools in the Melbourne area. I am quite a tidy person - anyone who knows me knows that I love things to be clean and neat, which makes me very easy to live with if you share the same ideals. I will disclose that I am a vegan, but I am not affected in the slightest by anyone else’s dietary decisions. I’m not someone who pushes any agendas or ideals, as I love and accept everyone. If I sound like the right type of candidate for your household, I’d love to hear back from you! Even just for coffee and a chat and see where we go from there. Kindest regards, Chels