I’m relocating to Canberra from Melbourne to work for an APS grad program. I’m a social person and like to share a drink and chat but I also enjoy my own time and respect others need to do the same. I’m friendly, tidy and down to earth. In my spare time I like to lead an active lifestyle, go camping, explore new places, read, binge watch a good series or bake (and yes, that means my future flatmates will likely benefit in baked goods). I’m looking for a room that’s within walking distance to the city. I’m ideally hoping for flatmates that enjoy socialising together from time to time. Ideally looking for 6-12 months stay and I’d be more than happy to start with 6 months so that we have time to suss out if we’re a good fit for each other.
Two ANU students heading into our fourth year of psychology/French (Rhi) and PPE/development studies (Imo). We are outgoing, social and fun (we hope) but still tidy, reasonably studious and very respectful of privacy. In 2020, we will both be studying full-time while also working on a casual basis. Ideally looking for somewhere as close to uni/the city as possible! Can be flexible with move in date but are both currently on exchange until early Jan and early Feb respectively. We’d love to live with like-minded people who are keen on happy communal living ☺️
Hey I'm hopefully moving to Canberra after Christmas. I'm currently unemployed but am moving for work and wont move in if i think i wont have money to support myself. I have a beautiful dog that i would love to have with me but she isn't a necessity as my mum is happy taking her. I am a smoker but will not smoke indoors. I'm not a party animal and am happy just doing my own thing but any other questions are welcome.
Hi, I am a consultant and my company has asked me to relocate me from Brisbane to Canberra. I am looking for a housemate who enjoys good banter, great food and wine and a bit of dancing. During my downtime I am always up for anything that equals fun and adventure. I am tidy and respectful of other people's space and belongings. If this sounds ok to you let me know 🙂
Hi, I'm Harrison although most people call me Harry. I'm 24, currently living in Melbourne and moving the Canberra (ideally early December) as I start a job in the private sector in 2020. I'm an easy-going, social guy that enjoys having a quiet beer and a good conversation but I'm equally happy to just binge Netflix on the couch. I'd say I'm quite neat and I've lived with other people in the past and understand housemate etiquette. My main hobby is athletics, I'm a 400m runner, and I spend most of my afternoons either at the track or in the gym. I'm also into my music, with a small record collection and a couple of guitars. Looking for a team-up
Hi, my name is Sagar and I am from India. I am looking for a single room in Canberra as I am going to start working full time at the Crowne Plaza hotel. In my free time, I like to watch Netflix or go out to a bar and have some beers. I don't know how to cook so I won't be using the kitchen a lot.
My name is Jeremy and I am an easygoing, IT Professional in his 30's who has recently moved to Canberra. I am social but also respect peoples privacy. I am clean and like cooking, so happy to cook an occasional meal for the house.
In between work, uni and sport, I like to watch Netflix (well, any tv streaming app). My favourite cooking method is the oven or microwave... So I make minimal mess when preparing meals. I am tidy and respectful of space; would enjoy chats here and there. For work, I am a cafe all-rounder and barista - so I love coffee and would always be down for brunch! I'm looking for somewhere of a similar dynamic and somewhere in which I can stay long term (>12 months).
Looking for a new place as my current living situation is no longer available. I am laid back/easygoing, tidy, sociable, and will respect people's space. I'm currently working as a videographer/producer for a small company. Not a crazy party guy but always down for a drink! I love the outdoors/nature and being active, like to go down to the south coast quite often.