Australian Dating Sites

I've found some great Australian dating sites you can use to meet people from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and many other areas throughout Australia.

So here is the list of websites with a brief description of each.

eHarmony is one of the two most successful online matchmaker services (the other being

Although it originated in the United States, eHarmony is now ranked very highly in Australia as well.

If you're after a long term relationship, eHarmony is the first service you're going to want to consider. And it may turn out to be the only one that you need.

eHarmony is not your average dating site.

Before you can enter very far into the website, you must first complete a fun but detailed set of questions about your personality, life interests and your most important values.

Your information will be used to find your matches within eHarmony's enormous singles database.

See your matches for free.

Ozzydate is a boring looking website, but it has solid online traffic rankings in Australia. This means you should be able to find a lot of single people in your area.

Some of the features include:

EarlyBird matches: You can describe the type of person you’re hoping to find. The service will use your description to find members who match your description.

You will receive automatic notification when members are found that your criteria.

Super Match Wizard: Super Match uses four types of matching criteria.

The SuperMatch Wizard will walk you through the steps to provide information about you and who you want to find.

You can find people who are in harmony with you psychologically, sexually, that have similar interests or that are your zodiac fit.

New Members List: Catch members when they first join. You especially want to catch the more attractive members because they'll obviously get most of the attention.

If you want to check out Ozzydate, just click on the picture above. is a great place to look for single Aussies.

The design, the features, instant messenger, the simple membership options – it’s all good at AussieCupid.

The free membership is one of the best that I’ve seen. With it you can

  • search for singles using all available search options,
  • read all personals ads,
  • view all pictures, and
  • contact any paid members.
Register free with

Spice Of Life promises to help you spice up your love life through its service. is not the best looking dating website, but it definitely qualifies as a space to meet Australian singles. is a completely free Australian dating service. There are no hidden costs, no blocked off areas, no upgrade offers, everything is free.

In my experience, the free dating services normally do not have the same quality as the paid services, but you can try Tease if you like. has named itself “Australia’s No. 1 Dating Site.”

The service is not just for dating. There are also links to information for real estate, cars, jobs, and more.

You can also learn about singles events, speed dating events and parties. is another 100% free Australia dating site. I checked statistics for Slinky on, and it doesn’t like it has much market penetration in Australia. This means they may not have a huge number of personals ads.

This of course can change over time if the owners of Slinky can increase their online presence. claims on its website to be Australia’s largest Christian dating website.

Christians in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and other areas have a place online where they can immediately find hundreds of singles who share their faith.

Blink Dating is an Australian provider of speed dating events and other types of singles events.

Speed dating events are offered throughout the country including Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney.

A nice guarantee is offered. If you don’t meet someone that you would want to hang out with again, your next speed dating event is free.

You must register (for free) to view scheduled singles events in your area.

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