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New Share Accommodation Melbourne
Rent includes unlimited internet and home phone. All bills will be split evenly between housemates (Gas, Water, Electricity). There are two reasonable sized rooms available: ...
Looking for a female to share great art deco apartment. It's a double bedroom, you would be living with an easy going female aged 36, working full time. The apartment has separate ...
Location: 270 King St, MELBOURNE Opposite William Angliss Institute & Victoria University campus -Between Lonsdale & Little Lonsdale St -2 min to William Angliss Ins...
Hi I'm a relaxed 40yr old Kiwi and I have a room to offer in my place. House is older but tidy, has large living spaces and a good back yard ...
A spacious two storey share house in a safe and friendly neighbourhood. Currently, there's three of us in the house. We are all about 30 years of age. Full time employed,easy go...
Hi all! I'm a first year university student, currently studying at the University of Melbourne and I'm looking for female flatmates to share my place with. In-house facilities i...
I am a female living on my own, over 40, looking for a nice person to share my house with. Age is not an issue - I'm very easy-going, travel a lot and have friends of all ages. My ...
New Melbourne Flatmates
Chloe - 19
Looking to rent for 2016 near Monash University Caulfield (2nd year). Hoping to pay under $180p.w. as moving out of on campus accomm. ...
Clara - 20
Hi, my name is Clara. I am an incoming exchange student from France. I will stay one year in Melbourne at Monash university). I am looking for a nice place to stay. Very easy going...
Jake - 26
Hi I'm here by working holiday Korean, neat, kind person I think~ Now I'm living in backpackers After getting a house, I want to work here so contact me bye~...
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Share accommodation in Melbourne
Australia’s second biggest city is located on the edge of Port Phillip bay with its centre on the Yarra river estuary, and as a result Melbourne has a much colder, wetter climate than the majority of Australia. The gold rush of the mid 1800s saw Melbourne become a large city famed for its wealth, while these days it is more famous for its art and artists and is known as the ‘cultural capital of Australia. Melbourne was ranked by the Economist as the world’s most liveable city in 2012 and one of the top global University Cities and Innovation Cities in 2006 and 2007, respectively.
Whether you prefer the hustle and bustle of the city or a quiet walk along a beach, Melbourne has something for everyone. But no matter where you choose to live, you will be served by an extensive public transport system which is covered by train, bus, taxi and the world’s largest tram network. For professionals, the best room shares can be found in the Eastern Suburbs such as: Manningham, Boroondara, Knox,and Whitehorse. While students are most likely to find a cheaper shared accommodation in areas to the west and north of the city. Student Share accommodation in Carlton is a popular choice since it is right next to the university itself.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: $715
- Average time to find a room: 41 days
- Average time to let a room: 49 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 57%
- Students renting rooms: 43%