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Stephen24 yrsCurrently working in Bundaberg for my farm days as I am a English backpacker. I am travelling alone and very friendly to everyone I meet. I love films, a few drinks and I am very o...
Steve Sivewright49 yrsHi, 49 years young. I am a chef so i work some interesting hours. If not at work i like to chill and watch some tv. Very clean, thoughtful of others and pretty easy going. ...
Iolanthe Mae20 yrsI am moving to Burleigh Heads to study marine conservation. I’m passionate about the environment, and I love reading and going to the beach. I’m looking for a calm and friendly sha...
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Ashley38 yrsHello, my name is Ashley, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 400 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Ashley...
Claire26 yrsHello, my name is Claire, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 230 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Claire...
Dan35 yrsCurrently studying at Uni, work 3 days a week as an army reservist and 1 day a week at Volunteer Coastguard. ...
Scott46 yrsI Scott can cook I clean up after my self. Iam a nice person. ...
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The more expensive cities you will find in Australia are major cities like Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, and Brisbane. Don’t let the high costs discourage you. There are always flatmates wanted in these cities. Each of these cities brings something special. Sydney, for example, is the largest city in the country but its full cultural diversity and landmarks are known around the world. Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia and is known for its fast-changing weather. Perth carries more of a beach lifestyle. But if the fast, bustling pace of the city is not for you, there is no need to worry. You’ll easily find a room for rent or a flatmate in the different suburbs located throughout the country. The quieter rural ones, like Acton Park or Oakey, provide a simpler lifestyle and one with lots of natural surroundings. Other suburbs, not necessarily quiet ones, can be found nearby or within cities like Brisbane, Launceston and Southport. These suburbs are popular locations to rent a room, with plenty of other suburbs available. You’ll also find flatmates wanted in these locations.
Australia not only caters for young professionals, but also for students from around the world. The number of students seeking to study will mean flatmates around your age who are also looking for roommates or a room for rent. The top cities students like to go to are Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, and the Gold Coast, according to the ‘QS Best Student Cities 2016’. Melbourne has seven universities, which have received good rankings among international students. The city offers students enough things to do like live music or sports. Sydney also offers high-ranking universities and a high quality of life. Canberra has a very diverse student population, whilst Brisbane offers three major universities and a mix of urban and outdoor activities for its students. Adelaide also provides well-ranking universities and outdoor entertainment. Perth ranks 36th in Best Student cities index for culture and recreational activities, and the Gold Coast is a beach paradise with its two major universities, popular among Americans.
Students and young professionals interested in these locations will all find their ideal flatmates and rooms with the flatmate finder website Roomgo.