Hello there my name is carla i am currently looking for a place as soon as possible. Im a 28 year old chef that currently studying culinary education to get my creditation. So you know dinners will be amazing. Im clean and peaceful girl my family is all over in the uk so its lonely sometimes. I have a 13 yo cat who gets along with dogs just has to get to know them a little. Im currently in need asap. Need to find somewhere permanent within the week. Hope we can become good housemates soon. Thanks foryour time in reading all of this.
Hello! My name is Natalie, I am just finished uni and working pretty much full time across jobs. I am pretty social, but also keep to myself. I like museums, cooking, and spending time outdoors. I am looking for a room in the Adelaide CBD or preferably to team up with two other people that would be willing to co-sign a lease.
Hello! I am looking to find a room in a house close to the city. I am 31, work full time in the city as a hairdresser and also teach yoga. I am very busy and out a lot but love coming home to a cosy and relaxing house. I am very clean, minimalist, vegetarian and environmentally conscious, I cycle, scooter, drink coffee and wine and love summer being outdoors. I enjoy interior design and creating a beautiful, warm and ambient space to live in. I am hoping to find a place with like minded housemates who can become friends.
Hi my name is Sam and I'm looking to move closer to Adelaide with hopefully some friendly roommates. My time is largely taken up by full-time work and going to the gym. I am a Bachelor of Commerce graduate and currently work at a Big 4 bank. I've been living out of home since 2012 with friends and family. I believe I'm very easy to live with and always ensure I am pulling my weight in terms of cleaning and purchasing amenities. I've always received positive feedback in cleaning inspections, never had issues paying rent on time or had issues with former roommates. Ideally I would be looking to live with someone who is easy going and up for a laugh. I have no problem living with people of any gender or couples as I am respectful of all people. Feel free to contact me as I'd be happy to talk further :)
Looking for a place anywhere in adelaide. Have a 3 year old border collie called Ace, so would love a place that has a dog, so he has someone to play with while I’m at work. Always up for a drink or 2 and don’t mind nights in playing video games or watching movies.
George and I are a quiet, hard working couple who like to surround ourselves in a peaceful, relaxing and clean environment. We are settling in Adelaide for as long as possible and are looking for somewhere for up to 6 months lease as we want some consistency. We both work in the city at the same restaurant in hospitality and we are looking for somewhere with good links to the city.
Hi there. I'm an airline pilot that will be commuting to work in Adelaide. This means I'll mostly only be passing through, and staying in town a maximum of 10 days per month. If you're interested in a part-time housemate, please get back to me. I am looking for a room in the Adelaide CBD only. Regards Raj
Hey my names Eloise, I'm 16 and study full time. I understand I'm young but I've lived out of home on and off for 3 years. I understand the respect and privacy in a share home. I'm clean, quiet and respectful. I'm looking for a quiet house so I can peruse my dream of becoming a nurse in the paediatrics. I love making friends, reading and art!
I'm quiet and meticulously clean, I don't smoke or drink and generally keep to myself. I have a small unusual cat. I'm known for my outstanding cullinary skills with a passion for food and if im not out attending to my daily duties or busy studying you will hardly notice im home at all.
My name is Catherine and I am looking for a room to rent as close to Adelaide CBD as possible, available to move immediately. Originally from Russia, I am a Permanent resident in Australia since the end of 2015 and planning to become a citizen. Starting my new job at Women's and Children's Hospital, will be working rotating shifts. Have been doing nanny work before, and my background before coming to Australia is in HR -- I am planning to get back to it once I settle down here and sort out additional training and other things. I don't have a car, pets, don't smoke or drink, don't party, clean after myself, and don't have any furniture except for a queen mattress (+quilt and pillows). I am pretty quiet, like to have my privacy and don't bother others, but happy to chat, cook together or hang out in the outdoor areas. I am usually the tidiest person in the household (at least that was the case in all sharehouses I lived in), and every once in while will get in the mood to bake pies and cookies to share with everyone.
Hey All, I am looking for accommodation in Adelaide CBD and or at the edge from 1st of October. I am currently residing just outside the town, in Edwardstown. I am a Full-time software professional working for a leading bank in Adelaide and my stay will be for 8 weeks and may extend. I love cricket, but I guess the weather isn't too good for cricket now. Please let me know. Thanks, Arish
I am a first year engineering student in the University of Adelaide. I've been living in hostels for the past 5 years so I am quite easy going. Although I am a calm person, I am friendly and can get along with others. I'm looking for a place, females only, with 2 available bedrooms (for a friend and myself). We are both students so we have a budget of max $185/week/person including electricity/water bills. Location strictly in the city, North Adelaide or Kent Town.
I’m an easygoing, divorced professional who loves to laugh. Am LGBT with no kids, too many degrees and a sweet cat. I work full time as a gov PR and social media advisor in the CBD and I like the good things in life. I’m a bit of an extrovert, but respectful of an introvert’s need for space. I like to cook, love good food and wine, and trying new restaurants, pubs and festivals (especially Fringe etc) as they roll on by. However my clubbing and all-night party days are well behind me now. I’m very respectful of privacy and keeping noise low, however I’m also a sociable gal and I love a good chat over a glass of wine or a cup of tea. I’m a card-carrying nerd, so if you like that sort of thing then hey, all the better! But totally cool if you’re not. I can get along with pretty much anyone as long as we’re both respectful. I’m interested in a teamup with another professional who doesn’t mind splitting a bigger (3-4 br), modern/updated, cat-friendly home between 2 of us. I’m at that age where I want all the mod cons like dishwashers, ducted a/c and decent bathrooms. I’m also happy to pay for regular cleaning, and I’ll always keep communal areas tidy. Don’t mind gender as long as you’re cool.
Hi my name is Liam and I'm a full time student. I am a friendly and tidy person who is looking to move to Adelaide. I always clean up after myself and I've lived in sharehouses before so I know the rules of communal living. I am looking to work as soon as possible to supplement my student payments. I like socialising but I enjoy my own downtime every now and then. I like having a couple of drinks on the weekend, playing games, beach, gaming and watching movies.
PhD student at Uni Zurich who will stay in Adelaide for about 5.5 months. I love to practice sports and read during my free time. I'm always up for shared activities like cooking or going for a walk/bike ride. I've been living in shared flats since I started uni 7 years ago, so I always share gladly my time and space with others.
Hello my name is Carlo I'm the head chef at a hotel in North adelaide and looking for something like explained in your add. Are you seeking only female house? I'm very clean and tidy respectful to others around me I'm 37 and unfortunately not very outgoing these days due to 50 hrs + work week.
Hi there. I'm a student graduating at the end of the year and starting work in Adelaide CBD in early January. I'm social but I also love a quiet night in. I'm a clean and tidy person but I'm easy going and don't get fussed by much. I'd love to find someone to be a housemate, but hopefully also a friend to share a chat with every now and then. I'm looking for a female(s) who might want to team up to find somewhere close to the city. I'm flexible with timing and location but hope to have moved before mid January. Send me a message if you're in a similar situation. I'd love to hear from you.
My name is nicola, I'm 20 years old and work a day job in the city. At the moment I'm nearly finished a degree in wildlife conservation at the university of Adelaide but have taken this semester off to work. I'm looking to stay somewhere for the foreseeable future while I finish my degree. I absolutely love travel, photography and the outdoors, and the gym, so in my spare time I'm usually out of the house. That being said I love to hang out over food and movies, and would love to meet some easygoing, friendly people to share a home with! I'm clean and tidy but have no issues with mess, and I love animals so if you have pets it isn't a problem! I have my own furniture to furnish a room but can also easily store it all as well. I'm also flexible with dates and can wait if you're not quite ready for someone by the date I've set. Please feel free to message if you think I might be suited for your listing :)
So we're Daniel and Keaton! We are looking for a third person (or more) to find a decent house to share around the Adelaide CBD or surrounding suburbs. There are some alright looking 2 bed places around but sharing between 3 or more you can get some much nicer places for the same price per person. Looking to move in October time. - $200 per week or less is what we're aiming for (after bills ideally) - Happy teaming up with either males or females - Will divide up room rents fairly, given most places will have a master room or something - Looking for someone who wants to stick around for awhile (We'll both be here for several years) Daniel - British guy, just moved to Adelaide, works in physics research Keaton - Melburnian, newish to Adelaide too, works in advertising We're both pretty chilled out, but like keeping the place relatively tidy and organised, work full-time so don't really want a party house all the time. Both into gaming (We have a Switch, more consoles will be added no doubt), cooking, hanging out as a house, cycling, bouldering, checking out bars/cafes around the city. Up for adding anymore activities you might want to bring to the house.