I’m a masters student at UTAS and work at a cafe in North Hobart (which means you get the place to yourself on weekends). Jack is an electrician. We’re both from Adelaide and try to head home every few months for a visit. We’re fun and friendly, enjoy cooking and being social but also respect home as a sanctuary! For fun we enjoy hiking, diving, snowboarding and eating. We’re looking for a room in a share house, ideally with housemates of a similar age who we can enjoy the company of :)
Hi! I'm a 26 year old studying Ancient History at UTAS. I'm looking for a new long-term rental. I am pretty laid-back, respectful, quiet, tidy, friendly but introverted (I tend to read or watch Netflix) I would love a place where people are around in the evenings to catch up. I love books and movies/tv shows (particularly horror and fantasy/sci-fi!) history, pizza and having the odd drink of a good cider. I don't drive, so good access to public transport is a priority, as well as closeness to Utas. (note - the dog in the pic is mine, but she doesn't live with me)
I will be studying my master of clinical psychology in 2020 and looking to scope for rentals in Hobart. I have a beautiful dog named Bear, so please only contact me if you're comfortable with pets. If you're a fellow dog lover and all around chilled and down to earth person, we would be a match made in flatmate heaven! I am really easy to live with and good at keeping a place clean and tidy! I love going for walks and making yummy food! My number is 0437119940
Clean and Tidy is a start, a great sense of humour and a lone wolf who loves her Wine,Netflix and Gym. You would be seeing me either at work or at University with my move. After my day of work id be at Gym or asleep. Looking to MOVE to Hobart Jan 2020.
Hi there! My name is Rachel and I'm from the United States. Really easy to get along with, clean person, adventurous, love anything outdoors, keen to check out the tazzy markets, brews/ciders/whiskey/wine, music& art scene I've heard so much about. Always up for meeting new people and other nights might just want a quite night in. New to tazzy, here for work and looking for a place to stay for a couple of months. :)
Introverted artist with a lazy old companion cat. Looking for short to longer term accomodation in an lgbtq friendly house. I’m a quiet person and tend to stick to my own space a lot but I love to cook and play board games as a form of socialisation. Looking for work and looking at going back to studying ink the next year or so. I am making a move from Launceston to the Hobart greater region.
I've set up a move date, but its not strict - just some time after then. If you're interested, please get in contact. 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.
Hey All, I'm Matt, I'm 27 and work full time in Sales. I have a 16 month old son who I have approximately 3-4 nights per week. He's a happy go lucky boy along with me being chilled and down to earth. So having us there would not be an issue. I also pride myself on my cleanliness. I'm after suitable accommodation that would allow me and my son to be there. Ready to move ASAP. If you have any questions, please, don't hesitate to send me a message or flick me a text/call. Thank you in advance.
I work as a teacher assistant and study teaching, but while I'm not studying or working I like to spend my time in the garden or the studio. I'm looking for a house I can fill with plants, and for people I can share a cup of tea with.
Hey everyone! I'm Josh and in the pic is my lovely girlfriend Michelle, we are currently looking to start a share house in any of the places listed below in our profile. Currently it is myself, Michelle and our mate Lochie. we are wanting to bring 1-2 more people onboard and get a large house that we can all share in one of the afformentioned places. $650 would be the top pricepoint for the sharehouse or teamup as flatemates calls them. We are all pretty chilled out people, we enjoy netflix bingeing, PC/Console gaming, having a few cold ones with friends, good food & great company. If you think you would fit in with our little trio then feel free to message me with alittle bit about yourself and your situation and hopefully we can find something that works for all of us. We are ready to go straight away so please if you are interested make sure you have all your paperwork/financials sorted as we do not have time to burn (my lease runs out in Feb 2020) I lookforward to chating with all of you!
I'm from New Zealand and work as an arborist, Keely is from Washington state and works as an outdoor guide. We're a relaxed, quiet and considerate couple who like to keep spaces clean and tidy, always happy to hang out and chat about whatever, equally content to do our own thing and keep to ourselves. When we have free time we enjoy hiking, rock climbing, seeing films, watching shows and exploring local places.