Australia's Freelance Marketplace

Web Developer

Need a quality freelance web developer?

Professional web development is precision work and requires a highly skilled individual.
OzLance connects you with Australian or New Zealand based freelancers.
Put simply, we give you access to quality local talent and lower your overheads.

What a freelance Developer can do for your business?

  • Lower overheads compared to recruitment companies
  • Provide up an front quote based on your project specifications
  • Deliver the completed work on time and on budget
  • Offer advice on the best way to achieve your business goals
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What's happening on OzLance right now!

Secure IO was established in 2019 on The Sunshine Coast, with technicians in the industry since 2002. We all came together with an already focused mind on cyber security & decided there was not enough care taken in the IT industry. With this, we decid
1 day ago Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
Absolute Marketing is a digital marketing agency located on the Sunshine Coast and a division of Absolute IT. We started Absolute Marketing in 2017 when we were approached by an existing IT client to manage their marketing from digital to billboards t
1 day ago Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
Absolute IT is an IT managed service provider (MSP) & we believe in providing the most appropriate IT solution, tailored to each client. We have clients in many industries of all sizes from 2 staff members to 100+ staff members. So, we know the only w
1 day ago Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
Abbott Printers and Stationers has listed their portfolio
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Ergon D. posted a position vacant Multi unit development
Multi unit development for council submission and working drawings
2 days ago Narre Warren, VIC, Australia
Marzeey has quoted $1,000.00
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3 days ago Clayton South, VIC, Australia
Absolute Software is a software development company & a division of Absolute IT. We develop, integrate & automate software for businesses on the Sunshine Coast. We started Absolute Software because, as a Managed IT Services Provider, we realised the
3 days ago Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia
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4 days ago Website Completion

Why choose OzLance?

Higher Quality
Freelancers compete on experience, references and qualifications, not just price alone.
Local Staff
Strictly AUS and NZ workers only, for higher quality work and better communication.
Lower Rates
Local professionals for a fraction of the cost of employees, agencies or consulting firms.
Tiny Overheads
OzLance Freelancers are the most affordable way to get the job done properly.

FAQs

Why are freelance wages so cheap?

Generally, freelancers don't pay for staff, business rent, commuting costs or many other overheads, so they can keep their fees lower than a typical firm paying all of these expenses. By hiring a freelancer, you're cutting out all these added costs and just paying the basic hourly wage.

What fees are charged by OzLance?

$7 to post a project or job advert. That's it. If you don't find the right person for the job right away, you can re-list your job for no extra charge. OzLance charges no other fees.

Are freelancers good at what they do?

Like any recruitment process, you'll get great applications and probably a few lemons even though we actively try to keep the lemon quotient low. Some of our freelancers come from senior roles in reputable companies and others are new university graduates, the key is finding the right freelancer for your job. You can request work samples, resumes and qualifications to help make your choice easier.

How much will I save by hiring an OzLance Freelancer?

While it depends on the individual job, chances are the answer is a lot. You can view our pricing studies recommendations to find out more.

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