Recently moved to Newcastle , looking for a place to stay for the year . Clean, tidy, reliable . Non-smoker. Work full time with long hours but would love somewhere id be able to relax when I'm off work.
Hey, I'm an easy person to get along with and treat my housemates with respect. I live an active lifestyle and enjoy having a drink on the weekend.
Im Sallie, I'm a full time counsellor working in Occupational Rehab. I'm making the sea change from Melbourne to sunny Newcastle. Looking for a share house for a comfortable retreat that I can enjoy all that Newcastle has to offer, but also love to get to know people and socialise. Love a bev and dance on the weekend as well. I'm looking for a social and relaxed house. I love to get to know people but also respect communal spaces and privacy. Cleanliness is also important to me, I love to have a homey and creative space, but find peace in a clean and organised house hold.
Hey guys, My name is Fabian, I´m 24 years old and I´m a study abroad student from Germany, studying in Newcastle for one semester in architecture. I´m interested in meeting new people, love to do sports and being creative. I´m a clean and tidy roommate looking to find some house mates who are the same or hope to find a nice australian home here in Newcastle. Would be great to find new roommates. Thanks, See ya. Fabian
Newly renovated terrace house with 2 levels and 2 bathrooms. Two minute walk to Newcastle beach/Newcastle ocean baths and a 5 minute walk to Nobbys beach and Hunter mall. There is a small courtyard, sunroom and plenty of storage for surfboards and bikes.
My name is Sam, I'm 24yrs old. I work full time in hospo and doing my diploma in interior design. I love to cook so I'm down for family dinners, I enjoy the occasional beer or two. I'am really down to earth and super chill, tidy and all that jazz. Let me know if you want to know anything else :)
G'Day! I am a 23 year old student currently in my final semester of Design in Melbourne and I am planning to chase the warmth and head up to Newcastle more or less straight after I finish (around July - August). I love the beach, skating, surfing, exercise and the odd frosty on a hot day. I am a pretty easy going guy, clean, sociable but also enjoy time to myself to unwind and relax.
I have ticked the smoker box but it's only when I'm at work or on a night out. I work in the mines. I currently live in muswellbrook but want to rent a 2 or 3 bedroom unit near the beach in Newcastle. I have a good sense of humor. I'm neat and tidy. I'm also single. Just thought I'd Chuck that in there :) no locked in moving date just waiting to find the right housemate. Ideally looking for a housemate that can afford around $300 - $350 per week each so we can rent a really nice place with great views. I have 2 kids but they don't live with me. I enjoy playing basketball and golf. I'm a pretty relaxed and easy going person.
Hello! I have just moved to Newcastle and am looking for a place to live. I'm 25 and working full time. I like sports, hanging out with friends and going to the beach on arvos or weekends! I'm easy going, friendly and considerate and am looking for similar housemates to live with :)
Hi there, I'm Lulu, I'm a fun, adventurous, Graphic designer/Account Manager looking at moving back to Newcastle from Sydney. I'm a fully house trained fabulous individual. Looking for fellow fabulous individuals to help share house hold expenses as well lot of laughs over drinks and home cooked meal. Being an ex chef, I can be a pretty good cook and a just as good an eater. ;)
Hi there! I'm Andrew. I'm in my final year of uni, studying to be a lawyer. This year I'll be working two days a week and studying. Looking to move into an apartment close to, or in, the Newcastle CBD, so that I can walk to work and uni. I'm a tidy person with respect for other people's space. I'm looking to meet two other like-minded people (i.e. students, young professionals etc) to team-up and find a place, and hopefully be flatmates I can be friends with! I will need a place to park a car.
Greetings! Looking to relocate from east Maitland back into Newcastle to be closer to family,friends and for work. Currently working @Uon in engineering and would like to base myself somewhere that's in and around the honeysuckle precinct but really quiet open to all options. I'm thinking something new, with a view and has unique aspects would be my preference and ideally would like to join with 1 or 2 others to find something special to create a wonderful living environment in a gem of a location. About me - Fairly quiet and private person yet kind open minded and considerate. Interests include: mountainbike riding, swimming, Netflix/sbs/abc, history/culture docos, comedies, good/food wine and watching nrl games. Quiet,respectful, neat and tidy, and overall an asset to any place. Any questions?feel free to ask. Open to and interested in most possible living arrangements but hoping to meet some amazing people and join an amazing household
I'm a mean cook (you like risotto? we're gonna be friends), a clean hooman, avid reader and a happy housemate. Started working in a coffee shop here in Newy East, so closer the better. Probably spend my time between the beach and work and binging the back catalogue of Netflix's documentary section. Look forward to meeting, future flatties. Here on a WHV, so flexibility with the stay length. Thank you!
Hi there! I'm Josh, I moved to this wonderful town of Newcastle from Adelaide almost a year ago now, and currently work in architecture. I'm pretty relaxed. I enjoy leisurely bike rides, reading, art, breakfast, exploring new places, and low-key probably be happy living in a van if that's an option. I have loved living by myself for a year, but cant wait to meet some new people. :)
Moving to Newcastle from Sydney. Spent the past year working and travelling, now looking for a change. I work full time in hospitality. I'm easy going and social, but love a nap and some alone time. Wanting to move in with people who are more than just flatmates that would enjoy hanging out, and are happy for my partner and Sydney friends to visit and stay over :) I don't know the area too well, but i'm keen to live near the beach, or an area with lots happening! I've got some furniture to contribute if needed like a really nice fold out couch! :) Looking to move asap for the right place! Feel free to message me
This beautiful apartment is right in between the Foreshore walk to Nobby's Beach and a 200m walk to Newcastle Beach. - Surrounded by great cafes, restaurants, bars, beaches, public transport - so easy. - Beautiful neat flat with secluded balcony and quiet street - a real little gem to find in the CBD! - Suit someone who works after hours preferably - Lovely unfurnished bedroom with huge floor to ceiling mirrored built in wardrobe. - Flat is furnished. - Bedroom is NOT furnished. - Enjoy your OWN bathroom, complete with shower AND a bath! - Secure AND spacious underground parking - Large safe area for storage of camping gear, surfboards, etc, furniture - Not a party flat but do I enjoy a good time cooking, dinner parties and playing music. - I Like to keep the flat clean and enjoy that fresh ocean breeze flowing through from the north east and west. - no pets sorry!
I am a bit of a free spirit. I enjoy a reasonably healthy lifestyle, vegan, fitness and the outdoors. I also don't mind a good time come the weekend, anywhere with live gigs. To live with I am social but definitely enjoy my solo time (only child syndrome). I am hugely respectful of the living environment and personal space.
hey guys, sooo a little about me. -My names Douglas, im 20 (soon to be 21). -I have previous renting experience but the lease has ended so living at my parents till i can sort out whats happening next. -Currently living in Tasmania but would really love to move to Newcastle area. -previously attended Uni but took a gap year which has turn out a bit longer than a year. I'm keen to get back into schooling when im all settled. -Got certificates in Hospitality and bar work so finding a new job shouldnt be a hassle. -I'm quite funny, have a great sense of humor. -Very social, find it very easy to make friends of all types. -I'm a bit of a gamer. -Love going out and meeting new people. -Love to keep my possessions and home neat and tidy. -I'm great to live with, if your having a bad day i can always make you laugh and am i great listener. If you guys would like to know any more about me feel free to ask, cheers guys!!
We are ideally looking for a large room with our own bathroom, preferably with a backyard or a large deck. My partner will be studying full time and I will be working full time in the health industry.
Hi, I'm Sarah. I'm studying my Masters in Social Work and working in mental health with an NGO. My current real estate (Nextview Property) are happy to rent to me again so If I can find one or two others to live with me, we're good! I'm an amazing housemate and have an indoor rabbit named Margot that spends her days getting pats. She is smart, litter trained and more of a cat-dog. I'm very clean, considerate of all my housemates, responsible, active, enjoy a glass of wine, hanging out and gaming. I am open to living pretty much anywhere from Wallsend to Newcastle.
Brand new renovated studio apartment with quality furnishings minutes from the beach Each studio has its own ensuite/laundry and kitchenette. Enjoy the life of inner city living walk to beach or explore all of the local restaraunts and cafe's. Wirelesss internet included. Inspection a must The centre of Newcastle’s main recreational attraction is the beach. However, there are a number of other facilities. Both the Foreshore Park and King Edward Park provide walking tracks, picnic areas and pleasant views of the city and beaches. Residents can walk along the Breakwater wall, linking Nobbys to the mainland. Civic Park is the main park located in the CBD, providing a place for many outdoor events and festivals. The newly developed Honeysuckle area also provides recreational activities such as walking paths. Newcastle City Library is located on Laman Street and is the districts largest. Newcastle has good access to the public bus service as many routes include part of the city centre. The train has a stop at Civic Station and the line ends on Hunter Street providing good train access to beaches and the CBD
Hi! I'm from Scotland and moving to Australia for about a year to work as a doctor. I'm moving with my friend Naomi, she's Irish and also a doctor. We're both easy going and sociable and love being outdoors exploring! We're looking for a place to stay for at least the first 6 months of our time in Newcastle.
I'm very confident and outgoing. I enjoy meeting new people and making friends. I currently live on the Central Coast but soon to be start studying in Newcastle. I am happy to live with friends, couples or anyone who is just looking for a room mate. I love pets but if you have a pet I would be happy to look after it while you aren't home. I'm currently looking for work in the CBD or the surrounding suburbs. Once I get a job I hope to have a place to move into
I'm nice, quiet and tidy :) I have been working full time as a training manager until this year when I started full time study in visual arts as a means of a career break. I am working part time too as a consultant/trainer. I am looking for somewhere clean, tidy and reasonably quiet, close to town with a lovely flattie who is equally nice and friendly :) I also need a car spot and it would be fabulous if there was room for a 2m kayak but not essential. It would be perfect if Hunter Street was within walking distance. I'm looking for a room that will fit a queen bed and desk with a built-in included.
Hi there, moving to Newcastle from Melbourne to study criminology at UON. Worked in human services, community mental health care, government (boring!) and all manner of things in a fluctuating career trajectory. I have lived in Japan, Vietnam and have friends all over Aust and the world as a result. Widely travelled throughout Asia and enjoy the usual things, mainly social beers, bands, hanging out etc. Really looking forward to discovering a new city, new people, new job, perhaps new world-view? Open to all and sundry experiences, I've lived in shared housing my whole life, pretty much. I'd like to think I understand the dynamics!