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What do Natalia Imbruglia, Vanessa Amorosi and Tina Arena have in common? Besides being famous singers, they’re all Italian Australians – just a few of the 850,000 Australians who claim to have Italian heritage, according to the 2006 census. There are a further 200,000 people living in Australia who were born in Italy. That’s 1.5m out of the 22m total population of Australia – quite a percentage! Even so, it can be difficult to track down fellow Italians. Italian dating websites could be a great way to start.
Not everyone’s looking for the same thing when it comes to dating. At eharmony we know this all too well. If you’re looking for an Italian dating site, we can help. Our preference settings let you narrow down what you want from your matches. We also get to know you properly with a detailed questionnaire before we start the matching process, finding out who you are and what you want.
We understand that your background may be an important factor when you’re looking for a life partner. It can be difficult to meet new people when you come to a new country, and you may well be searching for something specific in a partner – whether that’s a shared first language, a shared culture or simply a shared country of birth.
There are a few ways to meet those who share your interests – going to the gym, for example, or starting classes for a hobby. But if you’re looking specifically to meet an Italian-speaking partner, opportunities are even fewer. Word of mouth is a good way to find Italian people in Australia. But Italian dating sites, or a more inclusive website with a focus on relationships such as eharmony, are a great way to search for something specific with little effort.
Where you take the dates you meet through Italian online dating requires a little thought. Think carefully about what you’ve learned from your conversations with your date so far and try to pick a date based on this information. This will show how much you’ve listened and that you’re really interested.
Share your first moments over the food of your country. If you’re in Melbourne, try the Grossi Florentino Grill for it’s famed authentic Italian menu. A coffee date
Italian’s have a long history of meeting friends over a cup of coffee. Wny not meet your date for one too? It’s a great, non-committal date when you’re meeting for the first time. Try the suburbs of Haberfield or Leichhardt for authentic coffee and sweets if you’re in Sydney. Become a tourist in your own city
Show your date your favourite areas near where you live and what makes them special to you. This is a great way to discover more about each other.
When you get to know each other better and feel comfortable inviting them to your home, a really romantic idea is to serve up a meal of your own and wow them with your culinary skills.
Another great thing about our preferences page is that you can choose exactly how far away you want to search. Look in your own town, city or state or try finding Italian dating Australia wide – or even worldwide.