They make for a very odd couple, but they're both very happy to attract attention.
The two women who seem to be living as one person are 27-year-olds Lucy and Anna.
"We just love everything the same. It's not on purpose, it's just us you know? We just like everything the same: shopping, boys, everything, food, everything," the twins said.More stories from Today Tonight
The twins buy two of everything and in their bedroom it's like seeing double - right down to the matching shoes and accessories.
Mum Gina says her daughters have always been close, born just one minute apart. "Lucy was born at five past five, Anna at six minutes past five, and they've been inseparable ever since."
When they go out the show stopping sisters attract plenty of attention.
So what field of work do you think the sisters are in - fashion? Beauty? Entertainment? Actually they work in aged care and in the kitchen Anna and Lucy operate like one person.
A pint-sized four foot ten, they're never more than a few paces apart as they serve meals to the elderly residents, who they describe as being like family.
The twins' boss, Ann Gerson says "I came up the corridor and I took one look and I thought to myself 'either I've had a double whiskey or I'm seeing double'. I could tell they were very caring and just absolutely gorgeous, and I just said to them 'look, I don't care if you're not qualified, you've got a job'."
A twin herself, Gerson says the girls are an absolute hit.
"They're just delightful, honestly they're patient and they're kind and they're caring to the residents."
Andrew Greenfield is another twin, who's also a psychologist studying twin behaviour.
"Because you're always known as 'the twins' you kind of eventually forget your own identity and your own sense of self," Greenfield said.
After watching our interview, Greenfield says Anna and Lucy seem happy now, but their extreme closeness could cause problems.
"I'm just worried that there could be some sort of psychological effects down the track because they are that close, and God forbid one of them becomes sick, or one of them wants to get married or move away or whatever, then I think that certainly can be quite difficult for them, especially in adulthood."
Believe it or not, the twins rarely go out, though when they do, they certainly turn heads.
But the reaction's not always positive. "You've got to take the criticisms as well, I mean you know we want to look like this, we want to look the same. You're going to have your judgemental people, you're going to have your haters," the twins said.
And in case you're wondering - they're both single.
This reporter is on Twitter at @MarkGibbo
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