I am 28, from the UK currently in the process of securing some employment in Sydney on a WHV. I would like a private room, preferably with a/some housemates from the UK! (A bit of home comfort). I would like to find flatmates that like to have fun but also can appreciate down time. People that like to hang out and socialise too as I really would like to make friends here :)
Soooooooooooo... looking to get a little crew together of people who know how to clean (Everyone says this on the profile, but will you be the one to clean the sink?), Be Neat (complements clean with knowing to put shit away), know to be quiet during school nights, know to realise you arent perfect and neither are your housemates but like them anyway, and most importantly, know how to speak up if someone is pissing them off instead of playing the long passive aggressive game (as fun as this is, I could not give a shite these days about stress at home) So I come potty trained, I clean up AS I cook, so usually the only thing to wash is the dish I am eating off. I have like BBQ, Double bed fold out L couch, TV, Foxtel, sound bar, fridge, and a cat from a previous relationship. Iv got the couch Tuesdays and Thursdays and every third weekend. (I have the Cat full time but its flexible) Looking to make a small family of sorts, you know, house dinners etc, house drinks, house Olympics, board games*, free events, gigs, new bands, live music, pool and beer, warehouse raves once in a while, just like live life and have enthusiastic housemates that will support and compliment each other! So the me part: Im Irish, cant Karaoke but do anyway (iv some set of lungs), work my balls off in this new job thats taking most of my life, single but not arsed to change that any time soon nor be dragging strangers home, and looking to have banter and make friends with the people I live with. I can cook up a Gad dam storm, and my little cat is called Frank. Typically Frank is an asshole, but you will love him as he is secretly a softy. *Monopoly isn't a game, its a mission. Play at your peril!
My name is Chanel Taskovski, I have recently been accepted to study at The University of Sydney to complete my Masters in Clinical Psychology. Very exciting except that I live in Melbourne, and as such I am now seeking a place of residence relatively close to the university. My course starts next Monday, so I would hope to be able to move in by this weekend, although if this is too difficult, I would be more than happy to find alternative housing until a later date becomes available. I am a perfectionist with my cleaning and I have a little Shih Tzu that is my baby. He is 6 years old and has always been an inside dog. He does not malt, he has completed all of his training, very friendly and there have been no issues in previous accommodation with him. I am Ideally looking for a place with other individuals around my own age either studying or working :)
1 Bedroom available in a 4-Bedroom furnished Townhouse next to USYD. Bus stop within walking distance (bus coming every 5 mins). These 2 rooms will be on the second floor. Kitchen/Living room/bathroom is on the first floor. Garage is available for parking. Strictly no partying. Bill included in the rent. Price is negotiable if renting longer.
We are two friends in our mid-late 20s and currently working full time. We enjoy trashy tv, talking about how we should exercise more and the odd night out or in with a wine. We're looking for a like-minded person who also has some house sharing experience who we could live with and get along with as well.
I'm a nice Norwegian student who is currently studying business and economics at USYD. I love playing soccer and just having a good time with friends. I'm looking for an affordable place not too far from campus, hopefully to live with some nice people as well.
Hey guys, I'm Conall - moving to Sydney from regional QLD for work in the very near future! I've lived in Brisbane in the past but this will be my first time living in a big city/in a share house. I'm polite, considerate, and pull my weight around the house. I respect people's space and privacy, but also want to live in a house where people talk to each other and do things together. A mixed-gender house would be ideal if that's an option. In my spare time, I enjoy nerding out over ps4, books, films and board games, but I also want to get into social sports and the live music scene. If I sound like a good fit for your house swing me a message!
Me and my boyfriend are from the UK looking for somewhere to live during our year in Sydney. I will be attending the University of Sydney for my masters (honours) year in Chemistry and my boyfriend will be undergoing a working holidays. We are looking for a room in an accommodation or a whole rental property suitable for a couple (i.e. one bed). We are very respectful of other people regarding noise and space and very friendly. We enjoy hiking and swimming.
Hello! I am a German Masters Exchange Student at The University of Sydney Business School Before coming to Sydney I studied in Lisbon. So one can say that I have a proclivity for sunny cities. In my free time I love to do team sports, like football, or hangout with friends at the beach or a cafe.
Hi there! I'm an easy-going person and work in IT. Usually work long hours, but like to socialise in the evenings and weekends. Respect others' boundaries and expect the same. Cleanliness and a certain amount of order is important to me. Looking for a place close to my job and hope to stay with flatmates who are fun to stay with. I like the occasional drink and partying, as long as it doesn't disturb anyone. I like traveling and spending time outdoors. Also am into keeping healthy with gym and yoga.
Been living in Sydney for past 3 years but now need a place near the Pymont area for work. Employed full time, non smoker, no pets, clean, respectful, fun but not a party holder, always reliable. Would need a room with built in wardrobes but most other things am flexible with.
I am a clean and organised person, looking for a decent sized room in a suburb close to the city and close to a train station. I would prefer to only live with females. I have a warm and calm personality, am very respectful to others and their space, and appreciate it in return. I work full time in the events and music industry, so I'm a busy person who works irregular hours at times. I love my quiet down time and can be introverted after a long day at work, but also love a great chat (or drink) with friendly people. Looking to move out of home for the first time, so I can grow as a person and gain some independence. I am flexible with move dates as I am not pressured for time. I don't have a dog myself, but I love animals! Ideally, I'd love a large room to fit my piano keyboard in (don’t worry, I will always practice with headphones on), and my own bathroom if possible :)
Hii, my name is Isabel Baken, I am 21 years old and I am a bachelor student from the Netherlands. I am in Sydney until the end of june and I am still looking for a nice place to spend my time 🙂 I am a third year student studying Nutrition and Health at Wageningen University. I like to be active, running around at the gym or playing tennis, enjoying the forest by foot or on horseback and dancing my ass of when going out. I love to be socially active, dining with friends or enjoying a drink, going to festivals, I am always into it. In Wageningen, I am active at a student association where I love to spend time with my friends. Currently, I live in a house with 6 other girls which I enjoy very much. That’s why I am looking for a place where roommates spend time with each other, whose residents are in for a party while also being down for a real good chilling session. Even though I would love to have an active house, I am also looking for a place where there is time for everyone to do their own thing, as I have never been to Australia and I am excited to explore all that Sydney has to offer. However, I wouldn’t mind to explore Sydney with some future housemates. Shortly said: I am very looking forward to get a taste of the Australian culture and I was wondering if your place might be a part of that 🙂
Huge master bedroom with private bathroom. The room is really large and spacious, ventilated, nice and clean, and you will have plenty of storage space. Modern and luxurious accommodation at a convenient and quiet location at a great price. Located in a quiet cul-de-sac in bustling Camperdown and only minutes to City, Glebe, Newtown, Sydney University, Broadway Shopping Centre and RPA. Easy access to transport that will take you directly to Sydney's CBD, the most beautiful beaches and best shopping spots. In the house there is a dryer/washer, dishwasher, wireless internet, great TV with Netflix, Stan and other movies, air conditioner on living area and is furnished with everything you could possible need. A parking spot may be rented from other apartments in the building if required (not included). The apartment is located near a bus stop from where it takes about a 7 minute ride to central station and a 5 minute ride to Broadway shopping centre and UTS, University of Sydney is just across the road. And if you rather walking, a 20 minute walk gets you to the heart of the city. RPA hospital, Glebe and Newtown are about a 7 min walk. A taxi to the airport takes 25 minutes. Everything that's good about Sydney is close by! Sydney "Inner West" benefits from being close to the CBD and yet far enough away so there are parks and family friendly areas, lots of eateries, good supermarkets and activities nearby.
Fresh graduate migrating from Canberra to Sydney for a full-time grad position. Workplace is located in Sydney CBD so hoping to find a place close-by. Extremely easy going and social person, love to make new friends but also prefer and respect ones' privacy :) Sydney will be new to me so initially will just be looking to adjust. Not a party-person but love social interaction with friends and family on my days off. Also, love cooking! Interested in Female-only flat. :)
Hey, I’m Forrest! I’m an American originally from Philadelphia, 24, gay, and am currently living in Boston as a grad student completing my masters degree in international affairs. I recently got accepted to the grad diploma in public policy program at the University of Sydney, and plan on arriving in Australia in July to settle in before starting the program in August. I would need a place to rent likely from July for 11-12 months. A little more about me: I like hiking/staying active/anything involving being outdoors, cooking (yes, I’ll cook!), exploring new places, traveling, and much more! I love a night out on the town, just as much as I love a chill night in with some beers or wine. I’m a social guy, but I (as we all do) also appreciate having my solo time. I’m looking to live with those who share similar interests but I have an open mind :). Feel free to ask me anything & I’m looking forward to meeting my future flat mates! (Since I won’t be in Australia until July, I’m happy to message back and forth, and/or arrange a Skype call to talk, and eventually to arrange a rental agreement).
I'm a full time hospo worker looking for a chilled out house somewhere I can get to and from my job in the CBD easily. I'm happy to socialise with others or do my own thing while at home. My hobbies include napping while binge watching netflix, napping while getting burnt at the beach, napping while reading, and then complaining I can't sleep at night.
I'm a Canberra born and bred pharmacy student at the University of Sydney. My previous housemate's boyfriend moved in, so I'm now looking for some new scenery! Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or just want to get to know me a little better.
Hello, I'm currently looking for a place to stay as I have just moved to Sydney. I am a quiet student who enjoys a bit of privacy for studying. However, I'm always outgoing and down for a good time as well. I never mind a house that's a bit loud and having fun.