If you struggle finding Tinder dates, you don’t need to worry about going to the gym, eating healthier or working on your one-liners – you need to move house.
Well, according to data released by Tinder, moving to a new suburb will definitely increase your chances of finding the perfect match.
The company behind the popular dating app has crunched the numbers and revealed the areas in Sydney where the most matches are made.
The results aren’t exactly what you might expect. It’s not all inner city hipsters getting together to sip turmeric lattes and share a kale salad. In fact, the places where you’re most likely to find your new bae, or the love of your life, or a particularly awkward one-night stand, are mostly in the suburbs.
Yep, the water park isn’t the only thing getting Wet ‘N’ Wild in Sydney’s West.
Top spot went to Wetherill Park, while Parramatta, Ryde and Burwood also made the list.
Don’t worry, glamorous spots like Bondi Beach, Manly and Brighton-Le-Sands made the list too. Of course they did – after all, they offer the perfect Tinder trifecta of tourists, beaches and bars.
Top 15 Sydney suburbs for Tinder matches:
- Wetherill Park
- Bondi Beach
- North Sydney
- Sydney CBD
But hot locations weren’t all that Tinder revealed this year. In another release, they shared some stats on the male and female names most likely to get you lai- a date. Just a date.
Male names most likely to get swiped right
Female names most likely to get swiped right
Do people really have these names? I can’t believe we live in a world where there are enough people called Shenae, Paris and India to compile a list involving them. And the idea that there are multiple Hugos prowling around Sydney is simultaneously disturbing and hilarious.
So there you have it. Don’t worry about having a good personality, dressing nicely, getting a good job and being respectful.
For immediate Tinder success, I suggest you change your name to Cal and move to Wetherill Park.