Hi. My name is Nancy im from Thailand. I need a room for 2 people For a short time stay about 2 weeks while im waiting for my apartment settle. I have a car so i need a car spot that i can park 24 hours without moving the car too. I can move in on 4 March 2018 and stay till 17 March 2018 If you have a room with car spot please let me know. I don’t want off street parking due to my car brand and model.
Aussie student about to start my PhD in Engineering at USyd. I am clean, quiet, but am down to have a beer or two at the end of the day/week. Looking for a private room (preferably furnished) within a reasonable travel time of USyd.
Hello! We are young Aussie professionals looking for a room from late february/early march. We both work full time (social worker and town planner), are clean and tidy, respectful of others' space and enjoy chatting over a wine on a Friday evening. We also have a 2 year old labrador Henry, who is well behaved and sleeps most of the day. Can be flexible with move it dates and location :)
Felipe, 31, Male Full time Graphic Designer; Looking forward for a clean, and nice single place which I could call home. Responsible, easy going, clean & pet friendly. I am open to share/cook the occasional meal, have a conversation, or share a good beer once in a while. Pay rent and bills on time Feel free to send me a buzz anytime
I go rock climbing a lot and I'm really easy-going. Clean and quiet but always up for a pint or two at the end of the day
Hi there! Are you looking for an easygoing, clean and considerate housemate? I might fit the bill! I am a lover of food, animals, art theatre, music, plants and have studied photography. I like my own space but also very happy to socialise, go out for a drink or watch Netflix. Although I haven’t technically house shared before at Uni I stayed at a friends pretty frequently and there were 4 of us! Ideally I would love a pet friendly abode as I hope to continue foster care for RSPCA. If you think we may get along don't be afraid to send a message :)
I’m super easy to live with, love listening to good music together and having just all around good times and good vibes in an appartment. I clean up after myself and love getting to know new people.
I’ve lived in a few sharehouses, so I understand everyone needs space, to be respectful and to clean up after one self. I work full time on weekdays, so enjoy my down time on weekends.
I'm 22 years old and about to finish my undergraduate Marine Biology degree at UTS. Really easy to get along with and a super tidy person due to being raised by a clean freak parent. I play basketball in my spare time and also enjoy video games. Love to relax and have a beer with friends but am also quite happy to just keep to myself and chill out (Netflix) at home after uni/work/sport.
I am a neat freak. I can be a fun person to live with. I go to gym 3 days a week and work 4 days. I alsonattend university once a week. For fun I like to go out on weekends to partay! I also enjoy beach times.
I'll start with the usual... --I'm easy going. --I respect people's privacy i.e. will not smother you, but can have a conversation. --Can clean up after myself --will not play Norwegian black metal at 2:00am Now, the less generic fluff. I'll get it out of the way; I mainly eat vegan, BUT, I'm not a ram it down your throat, conform-or-die, kind of guy. Eat what you want. (I loved and ate meat only a few months ago). Each to their own. Will be out of the house a lot with full time work/part time study. In down time I do the usual family/friends socialising. When not doing that, of late, I've been surfing and playing guitar....not at the same time...but that'd be cool... Recent ventures with friends include making beer and printing shirts. Not a big party/clubbing person. Doesn't mean I'm a wet blanket. Sooo yeah, let's live together.
Hi my name is Hugh, and I'm 29 from Sydney. I've been working for the past 5 years as a school Music teacher and spent second semester last year retraining to teach English as a foreign language. At the moment I am teaching casually until I am able to find a permanent position. From 2015-2017 I lived in Kazakhstan, working at an international school, and I've been back in Sydney since July last year. I would describe my political views as progressive and consider empathy to be my best quality.
I'm 19 from Katoomba in the Blue Mountains and currently about to commence my second year of a Bachelor of economic, political and social science and Usyd. I work part time at Coles and have lived out of home for a year now and never missed a rent payment. I am hoping to get closer to uni as 4 and a half hours of travel really gets to you after a while. I love a good political debate and enjoy sewing and baking so am always happy to whip up a batch of baked goods. I make a mean cup of tea and clean as I go so mess isn't an issue. I do have a gorgeous kitten named Posy who is very well trained and used to being in a small room so if needed can stay confined to one bedroom. Happy to keep to myself but would ideally find housemates who are willing to have the occasional drinks and good conversations.Hoping for a nice relaxed environment with interesting people. Very interested in teamups so if anyone is interested hit me up :)
Hey there! My name is Carly and I'm a psychology graduate from the Gold Coast. Last July I moved to Sydney to have a break from studies and explore what a new place had to offer. I'm currently working as a barista while deciding whether I want to further my studies in psychology or start a new degree. I spend most of my free time going to as many gigs as I can, watching films, reading/writing, going to exhibitions and delving into videography. Hoping to find a relaxed, communicative, clean, (relatively) tidy household that operates as a home-like house with a group of friends. If you wanna chat more, please flick me a message :)
Single independent woman. Hard worker, keeps to herself. Loves to be outdoors, social butterfly, loves loves loves animals, enjoy cooking, reading and exploring. I have a beautiful 11 year old daughter who lives in NZ with my mom but visits me during school holidays
Hey! I have moved to Sydney from Newcastle to start work on the WestConnex motorway/tunnel project. I have accommodation untill 25th feb, so am keen to find something asap! Short term is fine at this stage, but would also consider long term for the right place. I am active, friendly and considerate, and run a positive attitude. I am fairly social, I'm always down for laugh and am looking forward to exploring Sydney and meeting some awesome people. I enjoy travel, good food, coffee, music and a few cheeky social drinks or a nice wine. Ideally I would like to take a room in an existing sharehouse with likeminded people. I am happy to park my car on the street, but I really need secure off street parking for a motorcycle. Thanks!!!
I'm looking for a team-up, as I think that works best, plus I've got some of what is needed to move into an unfurnished place (except your room). So I'm looking for someone mature-age, who wants to meet and see how we get along, and if it's all good, go and find a great place together. I prefer a place with built-ins and gas cooking which is reasonably close to a station. I was born and bred in Sydney and have lived in France for a few years. I'm friendly and fairly easy to live with. Like everyone, I have my preferences and prefer a spirit of communication and compromise if/when differences arise. I'm a non-smoker who likes music, but not party houses. I'm respectful, considerate, pay the bills on time and like to keep things clean and tidy, and want the same in a housemate. I've shared with different people over the past 10 years and have learned that I'm not a fan of living like ships in the night. While living in each others' pockets is not what I'm after, I think a bit of friendship is important - sharing a meal or a coffee, watching a bit of TV together or having a chat are part of what makes it a home. I believe it's considerate and courteous to let each other know things which might have an impact, like when we'll be away, when wanting to borrow something or are expecting people to stay and so on. It's about negotiation and compromise. I work as a training contractor, so some weeks I'll work 4 days, others not at all. I dabble in a bit of art, enjoy singing, zumba, movies, walks, speaking French and a tiny bit of Spanish, among other things, and am a bit of a geek at heart.
I'm looking for a third housemate to join my mate Austin and I in a house at the beginning of March. I'm employed full-time at a music shop (instruments, not CDs/vinyl), and do freelance media and radio work on the side. I'm tidy and keep to myself when the time is right, but I'm also really keen to find a housemate who's down to listen to tunes, drink some beers, have a chat, watch some B-horror movies. Austin is a psych student who works in a bar. He's a great guy who's super organised, and comes with a loveable, scruffy beard. We both have long term partners who'll be around sometimes. Primary qualities we're seeking in a housemate are somebody who's friendly, respectful, an open communicator, and who would be open to participating in household Taco Tuesdays. We're going to be joint leaseholders, and it would be ideal to find somebody who's looking to stick around for a minimum of 6 months. We've already taken steps to secure a place, attended inspections, and have a few homes in mind. We are a progressive pair and do not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, etc. of any kind.