BECOMING INDEPENDENT ASSIGNMENT. MITHAT CAKIROGLU. Moving From Home.
Sharing a house
ACT - Housing and Community Services 13 34 27
NSW - Housing NSW 1300 468 746
Northern Territory - Territory Housing
Queensland - Housing and Homelessness Services 1300 880 882
South Australia - Accommodation and Housing 13 12 99
Tasmania - Housing Tasmania (Department of Health and Human Services 1300 135 513; TTY users phone 133 677 then ask for 1300 13 55 13)
Victoria - Office of Housing 1300 650 172
Western Australia - Department of Housing 1800 093 325
Housing NSW tenants have rights and responsibilities. Tenants can expect Housing NSW to meet its obligations as set out in the Residential Tenancies Agreement and manage tenancies in line with its policies.
Housing NSW will take steps to evict tenants who repeatedly do not meet their responsibilities as tenants.
Share the tasks with your flatmates.
Your biggest cost when you leave home will be rent. If you don't pay your rent on time, you might be evicted.
Know what rental costs you have to pay. There are different rules in each Australian state and territory for:
We need main items to be purchased for independent living.
www.carsales.com.au/, www.carsguide.com.au, www.drive.com.au,
Computer, Mobile Phone
www.harveynorman.com.au/, www.jbhifi.com.au, www.apple.com/au/sydney, www.dicksmith.com.au, www.ebay.com, www.gumtree.com
There are community legal centres in most areas of Australia. These centres offer legal advice and advocacy services for people on low incomes or facing other disadvantage. Call 9318 2355 for your nearest centre.