Another geographically targeted chat popup showed up immediately however when I looked at the blog -- the only reason why I can't wholeheartedly recommend the site. More » Connect-Me was the first of all the dating sites I reviewed for this article that showed recent updates, including a prominently displayed coupon code for a year's free access.
Maybe you'd like to date someone who lives in Australia, or perhaps you'd prefer using a dating service that caters to people who live nearby.
Even if you'd like to keep your online dating life focused on Australian owned and operated dating sites (and they do exist), I've got a comprehensive list for you right here.
Read on for brief descriptions of each along with links to sign up, just make sure that you're over 18 as few of these companies will allow you onboard if you're younger.
The largest, most successful Australian dating site without question is RSVP.
More than 8% of all marriages in Australia come from a first date at RSVP, and more than 1200 singles sign up daily according to Nielsen Netview Online.
Members must buy stamps in order to exchange information with other singles, and one stamp offers a free month's communication with one other person.Non-refundable stamp costs range from A.58 to A.65 depending on how many you purchase at once.More » Beautiful, well laid out dating site for Christian Australians looking for long term relationships leading to marriage.Lots of positive media coverage, many happy couples grace the pages of their site, and the terms, conditions and fees aren't hard to find or otu of most people's price range (-25.95/month depending on how long you want to subscribe for). More » A specific entry point for Australian singles, focuses on their matchmaking system and singles over 35 that want long term relationships leading to marriage.Fees range depending on how long you register for, anywhere from .99 USD to .95 USD a month.More » Multicultural Match focuses on Australians looking to date people of different ethnic backgrounds.