I am looking for a room. I am a middle aged man who dabbles in writing, performing and counselling. I am 'spiritually' minded, for want of a better word. I have been either house-sitting or renting for a few years after the end of a long relationship. The place I was in Mort St Braddon was sold. I have temporary accommodation thanks to a lovely friend. I like to meditate, go out to places like The Front Cafe or Smiths, art openings and other things around town. I have a lot of friends of different ages. I like reading and going into the bush and I can cook well. I cannot drive as I have a genetic eye disorder but my brain seems to compensate a lot; so other than driving I am quite functional. I am pretty clean and tidy. I can pretty much talk about anything and I am quite 'chilled.' Also, I have plenty in my bank account to pay rent with, just not enough to buy; I am also on the visual disability pension Look forward to hearing from you. Thanks.
I'm a very friendly and easygoing 26 year old, working full time Monday-Friday. I like to live in a clean and tidy place, I clean up after myself and happy to share chores/housework. I always keep my rent and bills up to date and paid on time. I enjoy being social with housemates but at the same time, I respect housemates space and privacy to do their own thing and also appreciate my own. I don't have a preference for housemates gender. Outside of work I enjoy cooking and baking, getting fit, good food, drinks, music and getting out and about - but also sometimes just relaxing at home with a netflix binge! I have no problem with housemates having friends/guests/partners etc visiting and staying however I'm not into 'party' houses and don't host parties. Overall, I am looking to live in a nice, tidy and relaxed place with someone friendly who shares similar interests :) Please get in touch if you'd like to chat more :) My moving date is also flexible.
Up for grabs is this lovely unit which is centrally located in Barton. It is five minute's drive from Manuka shopping centre, 10min to the city, and there is a grocer and shops right next door. I'm regrettably leaving as I have decided to branch out and look for a sharehouse, but for those who want their own space, this is for you. I'm looking for someone to take over my lease or to start a new lease with the agency. My official move out date is the 11th of March, but I can do earlier if needed. The unit gets lots of natural light and has all the mod-cons. The rent is $400/week, with electricity included. NBN internet is connected and there is a gym in the complex. Unfortunately the flat will be unfurnished, but if someone makes a reasonable offer I might consider leaving my furniture in the flat. Please feel free to contact me if you are interested or have more questions! Text or email is preferred during working hours, but I'm happy to chat over the phone after 5. Be quick!
I'm a mid-twenties recent graduate - just finished up my masters at ANU and looking for work in the public service. I'm working in hospitality in the meantime. I'm relatively new to Canberra and moved here from Adelaide at the start of my degree. I play basketball 3-4 days a week and am fairly social on weekends - prefer a casual drink at home/the pub but don't mind the odd outing. I try to keep myself fairly busy. Looking for a place with friendly people who are down for a chat every now and then. I am respectful of space and just as happy quietly reading as I am watching television/cooking with room mates.
Hey there, my name's Ajit, I'm a Melburnian who'll soon be moving to Canberra (around February 11-12) to begin a Masters degree at ANU. I'm looking for a place to stay during my degree (up to February 2018 preferred). I'm a clean and friendly tenant who's respectful of one's space and privacy. I can keep my room in a bit of a clutter, but I'm quite aware of cleaning up after myself in shared areas, especially in the kitchen and bathroom. As a student, I'll be studying at uni mostly but will also spend time studying at home and working part time on the side (as an uber driver/hospo). I'm an average cook and do enjoy cooking for myself, but am also happy to share a meal now and then. Also enjoy a bit of banter after uni/work. I haven't moved out of Melbourne before so I'm keen to make new friends. If you're interested, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you :).
Melbournian here moving to Canberra to work in professional services around early March. In my spare time, I’m equally as happy to chill over a glass of wine/cup of coffee or go on random adventures with my friends. I've lived in a few share houses now so I 'get' housemate etiquette and know how to keep a place tidy. Looking for easy going housemates that doesn't mind the occasional communal dinner/drinks but also respect privacy.
Hi, my name is Christine, 30 years old and I have moved to Canberra two weeks ago. I work in cafe and I am looking for a room for 2-3 months. Preferably quite central as I get around by bicycle and public transport. I love going to the movies, meeting friends for a coffee, travelling, reading, baking and yoga. As I have lived in shared houses before, I know how to clean up after myself and have respect for each others spaces. I am open minded and friendly. If there is a dog in the house, that would even be a plus as I love animals (unfortunately allergic to cats though). I would love to hear from you and if you have any questions, just shoot me a quick message :)
Hi i'm Anna. I'm relocating from Tamworth (regional NSW) to Canberra for full time work. I'm easy-going, enjoy great food and love to exercise and travel. I'm looking for a centrally located room and have lived in shared accommodation before.
One bedroom with your own bathroom and toilet in a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. Available from late-March (negotiable). Includes: - Fully furnished apartment - Secure underground car park and locker space - Ducted heating and cooling - Gym - NBN internet Located in the heart of Barton and adjacent to the Parliamentary Triangle so just a short walk to nearby government departments and only a 3 minute walk to the Barton bus interchange. You'll be sharing the place with Chris. I'm a lawyer in mid-20's. Originally from Melbourne, I moved to Canberra two years ago. I'm an experienced housemate and I enjoy cooking, films and chilling out to some hip hop and jazz. I'm very clean and respectful of your personal space. I'll be working full time and studying part time so I'll be quiet and I expect someone who is considerate but I'm always keen for a chat/dinner/Seinfeld binge.
I've just moved from Sydney to Canberra to study at ANU this year, and am currently staying with family while I look for accommodation. I'm ready to move now but am flexible with my moving date. I'm a pretty mature individual, and I keep everything (but my sock drawer) tidy. I'm easy to get along with and I'm always up for a chat/being social, but am happy to keep to myself in the house if that's the go. I love sports, particularly netball, and am always up to attend live games/watch matches on telly. I'm open to different locations, though as a Sydneysider who has spent her life traveling and commuting to everything - I'd love to take advantage of the size of Canberra and live somewhere central.
Pretty chill, just as happy doing my own thing as hanging out with others. Moving to Canberra to study postgraduate clinical measurement science with full time placement at the hospital. I've been living in a share house for the last three years so I know whats what. I treat everything as if its my own (in a good way) and I'm respectful of other people. I like things neat and tidy but between study and placement I don't think I'll be home often enough to cause a mess.
Hi, we are a family of 3, with a little and shy boy of 4 years. I am an engineer and my wife is a teacher. We are arriving on our permanent resident visa and need a place to order our stay in Canberra, and settle down. Actually we live in a shared house in Christchurch, new Zealand, so we are used to share the bed with our son.
I'm Kirsty, I'm 28 years old and I'm making the move from Melbourne to Canberra to start a new job. I work full-time as a lawyer. I enjoy eating out and visiting new bars and cafes or having a glass of wine at home. I also enjoy dancing, going to the gym and travel. I finish work at around 6:30pm. I'm very low maintenance and would be a quiet and respectful housemate.
Hi All, I'm Pat and I am recent Civil Engineering graduate. I completed my studies in Wollongong but I have found myself a full time grad position in Canberra. I am looking to move into a room in a share house (preferably an already established one). The office I will be working out of is located just to the south of Fyshwick. If I could find a place that is close to that, it would be ideal. During my time at uni I lived in shared accommodation both on campus (for my first three years) and in private rentals (for the past year and a half). I am 22 years old and like to think of myself as a pretty laid back guy who clean, tidy and respectful. When I am not working I enjoy going to the gym, playing sport and hanging out with mates. I start work on the 28th of February so I would ultimately be trying to find a place by the 10th of March at the latest. Anyway if you have a room and think I will be a good fit for this room don't hesitate to contact me. Cheers, Pat.
I'm a PhD student at ANU, looking for a place starting early Feb 2017. I'm a quiet and neat person who keeps fairly regular work hours (roughly 9-5) and a normal sleep schedule, happy to chat but also happy to just do my own thing. Looking for someone similar to share a place with, and I'm leaning towards public servants or postgrad students - but if you aren't one and think you still fit the bill, feel free to write me a message. In particular I would like a room with my own bathroom, located not too far from ANU (I'm thinking Acton, Braddon, Turner, O'Connor, Reid, Barton, Kingston - in that order of priority), and preferably with just one or two other housemates.
My name is Marzi and I am a clean, considerate sales professional. I have lived in shared accommodation since I was 18, so I think I know how to be an awesome roommate 😋 i.e I can give you space when you need it but I would also love to participate in "family" dinners or pet babysitting 🐱🐶. I love keeping active, being social, travelling and animals 😊. I think I have been to a Zoo in 10 different countries! If you have any other questions im happy to answer them 😊
Hello, I am a 24-year-old who is moving to Canberra to begin a graduate program with the APS. I'm looking for a centrally-located room and am keen to share with housemates who are friendly and would enjoy socialising, but are also fine with having their own space and time to themselves. I am easy to get along with and enjoy exercise, food, travelling, and ABC programs. I am not at all familiar with Canberra, so am looking forward to exploring when I arrive.
I am a new APS grad relocated from Sydney. I'm always keen to meet new people and start new adventures. I enjoy exploring, travelling, road trips, new experiences, social drinking and chill things like Netflix or a friendly board game. I'm clean and tidy and respect the common areas of the property as if it were mine. I hope to find some flatmates that I can be friends with. However if not, I understand how to respect privacy.
Hola! :-D A little bit about me: I'm a super kind and easy going person! Clean and tidy! Social! You can find me me at yoga most week nights, or strolling around the 'burbs/lake. On weekends I love to breaky/brunch out and explore walking trails, finishing the day with drinks at bars with friends. I love to paint, read, cook/bake, currently learning to play the guitar! I love a good movie/tv show marathon on occasion. I vibe and get along with everyone :-)
Hi I'm Alex, currently looking for a room around south or inner south Canberra. Either a room for rent or happy to combine with others to create a share house if need be. Don't mind be social and having a few drinks etc but respect others privacy as well. Feel free to contact me if you would like to know more or talk.
Hi! We're Alice, Campbell and Eric (the photo is just Alice, she couldn't figure out how to remove it). We are recent graduates from the ANU and the University of Melbourne, and we are all currently working full time, and as such, are looking to find a place close to work. Collectively, we enjoy music, good coffee and good TV.
I am looking for temporary accommodation in Canberra to undertake an internship with the AIIA (finishing in late June). I am tidy and considerate and happy doing my own thing, but also keen to have house dinners or watch TV together every so often if that is something you also enjoy. Addicted to coffee and happy to bring you one too.
Basically looking for within 30 min bike distance to ANU Easygoing. Like my alone time but can be social too, depending on how my flatmates would be. Like a good conversation, passionate about a lot of things (from travelling to sports to physics and philosophy). Like to keep a clean house but not obsessive about it.
I'm a 26 year old male moving to Canberra mid-February to start a graduate role with the government. I’m pretty quiet, easy going and enjoy a social drink. I’ve lived in share houses before so I’m house trained - clean, tidy, respectful and do my part around the house. I'm a couch potato but if you have a gym membership I won't hold it against you
Hey! I'm Tom and I'm 22 and a first year student at ANU studying Political Science. I've studied a year of psychology at Wollongong back in 2014 and am looking forward to recommencing study. I enjoy music, reading, Aussie Rules football, having a beer with mates, and relaxing in general. I'm tidy but also easy going, I'm very independent but also enjoy hanging out with a wide variety of people.
Originally from the Gold Coast moving to Canberra for work.Clean and tidy, quite sociable but do enjoy and respect personal space. Enjoy reading, health and fitness, relaxing with a few drinks and occasionally golfing.
am a 27 year old male of Filipino descent who enjoys playing sports(mainly basketball), video/board games and going on nice hikes. I like to rent a nice a quiet place to rent for at least 12 months where I can just relax at the end of the work day. I am planning to relocate before the 20/02/17. I am not a big party person but very welcoming on knowing new friends.
Hi! I'm a 23 year-old Law graduate from Adelaide, moving to Canberra in late February to work at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. I love travel, food (especially brunch) and wine (or a cheeky espresso martini)! I love meeting new people and am looking forward to exploring everything Canberra has to offer, so am looking for roommates who are sociable and keen to hang out ☺️ If this sounds like you, I can't wait to hear from you!
Hi I'm Tash and I've just moved to Canberra, all the way from Cairns in sunny Nth QLD. I'm 25 years old, and I'll be commencing an APS graduate program this year. I'm very organised and tidy. I enjoy both spending time at the gym and spending time chilled out watching movies/reading on the couch. I like some alone time, but would also love roommates who are happy to chill out and enjoy and chat or movie night in the evenings.