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New Share Accommodation Melbourne
Sturt Street, Southbank, Central
Hola! I am looking for a person to take over my room in Southbank! Our Apartment has beautiful city views from the balcony, has a homely pool, spa, gym and tennis court so you can ...
Robert Street, Collingwood, Central
Hello all, Have a room in my apartment right in the heart of Collingwood on Robert street (Just off Wellington) - Top floor of this brand spanking new place in the Yorkshire tow...
Marne Street, St Kilda East, Inner East
Hi, This lovely home I's looking for a warm, respectful and peaceful person, to share with a relaxed, social, clean mature girl I work full time, enjoy being around the house,...
Hopetoun Avenue, Brunswick West, North
Profile keeps defaulting to say I'm 28 and I can't change it. I'm actually 32. 1 room for rent in 2 bedroom apartment in Brunswick West. Located on Hopetoun Avenue...
Little Lonsdale, Docklands, Central
Searching for Asian Guy Roomate (Unit sharing with students) Little Lonsdale street , Melbourne, $175 pcw bills not included About the flatshare Apartment 2 bedrooms total ...
Burnett Street , St Kilda, Inner East
Large bedroom with BIR for rent in a spacious and sunny two-bedroom top floor apartment in St Kilda. The apartment is fully furnished and well-maintained, with floor to ceiling win...
Rathdown Street, Carlton North, Central
Hi everyone, I'm headed back to London for 2-3months for work and would love to rent my room out while I'm gone. We are located in a great spot close to the library an...
New Melbourne Flatmates
Michelle - 18
Just a female student in RMIT, I need a room to rent that is really close to RMIT and I don't bite don'mt worry:D ...
Julia - 35
My name is Julia and I am studying a Masters at Monash online. I am quiet and tidy. I like a chat and a meal together, but can keep to myself. I'm not a party animal. I have two ca...
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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%