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Viral Patel25 yrswe are couple.we are fimdimg share house....
isidora22 yrsFoodie, animal lover, exercise science student, hard worker, part time worker...
Siobhán27 yrsHi, my name Siobhan! I'm emigrating to Melbourne for at least 18 months (who knows what will happen after) and I will be working as a doctor in the city centre. I've lived in house...
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Aya21 yrsheyyy friendly person here, just looking for a room to stay in. i’m very clean and keep to myself. ...
Ana Luiza26 yrsHello, my name is Ana Luiza, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 250 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Ana Luiza...
Angela26 yrsAngela here! A 26 year old working designing menswear and working casually in retail on the weekend. Lover of art, jewellery, fitness and red wine. Although I can be outgoing and a...
Nathan24 yrsHello all My name is Nathan, I am 24yo, single and work full time in construction in the city. Originally from Dandenong. It isn’t my first time sharing with someone. I keep...
Share accommodation in Melbourne
Situated in the large natural bay of Port Phillip, Melbourne's boundaries expand into the hinterlands towards the mountain ranges of Dandenong and Macedon to the north-west, the Mornington Peninsula to the south and the Yarra Valley to the east. With a temperate oceanic climate, this city is known for its changeable 'four seasons in one day’ weather. During the gold rush of the 1850s this city was one of the world's largest and wealthiest. Often said to have a very European vibe, modern Melbourne is more concerned these days with its cutting edge arts scene and is recognised as a UNESCO City of Literature. It's also the birthplace of Australian impressionism, Australian television and film, as well as Australian contemporary dance. Melbourne is home to several of the country’s largest and oldest cultural institutions, like the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Cricket Ground and the State Library of Victoria. Given its artistic credentials it's no surprise that this city attracts plenty of creative types, many of whom are looking for a room for rent with compatible flatmates in Melbourne, one of the world's most liveable cities.
So if it's student flatmates in Melbourne that you're after there's plenty of choice. Berwick, located 30 minutes south-east of the Central Business District, is a popular place to rent a room as it is close to Monash University campus. Collingwood is a dynamic and trendy place to live, with Melbourne University and RMIT nearby. Student flatmates on a tight budget could consider looking to rent a room in the cheaper neighbourhood of Abbotsford, 5 kilometres north-east of the centre, and also close to the University of Melbourne. Carlton (also known as 'Little Italy') is an ever popular choice for flatshares thanks to its location right next to the University of Melbourne. Docklands in the inner west, sitting on the edge of the Central Business District, is a new development with plenty of designer apartments and popular with people looking for both professional and student flatmates in Melbourne. If you're after an inner city location in Melbourne, check out Port Melbourne, for a taste of bay-side living. But be warned this desirable location comes with a price tag to match. In contrast Yarraville, also in the inner west, has a much more village-like feel despite its proximity to the city centre. If you're seeking out the happening hotspots of Melbourne then consider Brunswick in the inner north, with its edgy and arty community. Richmond in the inner east offers up a large suburb packed with shopping and restaurants.
Melbourne has so much to offer, check out how Roomgo can help you find flatmates in Melbourne through our flatmates wanted, room for rent finder, and shared accommodation services.
- Black Rock average room rent per week $207
- Forest Hill average room rent per week $214
- Hampton average room rent per week $232
- Kew average room rent per week $286
- Parkville average room rent per week $387
- Plenty average room rent per week $212
- Preston average room rent per week $173
- Ravenhall average room rent per week $196
- Tottenham average room rent per week $203
- Yarrambat average room rent per week $159