Hello, I'm Santiago, a civil engineer from Bogota, Colombia. I'm arriving at Australia in July to attend grad school at Sydney Uni. Hoping to find a nice place to live, with my own bedroom in a shared house. I'm looking forward to having an amazing time in Sydney: meet incredible people from all over the world, enjoy the beaches, and do all sorts of outdoorsy stuff available in the city. I'm tidy and clean, friendly and not too loud :)
Hi, I moved to Sydney a year ago for my job (I work as a financial analyst in a wine and spirits company). My housemate is moving to the northern beaches so I am now looking for my new home. I'm easy-going, clean, tidy, I enjoy meeting new people, going climbing and playing volley ball. I am social but also understand and respect personal space. Do get in touch if you have a suitable place and would like to get to know more about me!
I work full-time as an analyst at NAB while studying for MBA (Executive) at AGSM at UNSW Business School. People describe me as humble, happy, positive energy creating individual who is always happy to give a hand in solving issues. Love watching movies, tv shows on netflix and look forward on having a good time with mates after a hard days work. Im looking for open minded individuals with a high level of cleanliness expectation to potentially team up and rent an accommodation near Sydney CBD or inner city suburbs.
Hi! This is Daniel from Colombia. I came to Australia to apply for a master. In the meantime I am improving my English and looking for part-time jobs. I am a talkative person who also likes to cook and share good time. ( I'm fluent in Spanish and French as well). See you soon!
I am from the Philippines and I am moving to Sydney in June. I have a full-time job. I love my Netflix shows, my Nintendo Switch and my board games. :)
Hi, I will be moving to Sydney for Uni for the coming semester, I'm easy-going and don't be surprised if I'll be doing yoga! Please respect my privacy, as I will respect yours.
I work full-time in the city and am very easy going person / clean housemate. Happy to have a drink or Netflix binge every now and then, but like own downtime as well. I'm really into surfing, rugby league, reading and spend most of my free weekends doing those things or catching up with friends. Happy to answer any questions. Myles
Hi, I'm an exchange student coming from France, I will be studying in Usyd for the 2nd semester. I am looking for any type of accomodation nearby the university business school, the only thing I truly need is a furnished private room, from late July to early December. I study management but I'm interested in all kinds of fields, from cinema to sports, from art to science. What would make me a nice flatmate? I am clean and keep things clean, I like to cook (cause I love eating), but I also like to have fun, in very simple ways. Although they say French people are quite grumpy, what you will remember the most about me is that I always keep smiling!
English girl on WHV, 28, and preferably looking for a shared room with my Dutch friend Nina. If this suits you then read on. Looking for a friendly household who are easy going. I work 9-5, and keep it fairly low key in the week. Looking to live with like minded people who don't mind having a gin and tonic in the evening or binging the odd Netflix series. Or pretending to be yoga enthusiast and trialing out gyms that I probably won't ever join. I'm domesticated, can cook, clean etc etc. At the weekends I like going out & exploring Sydney! If you think we'd like your room then drop a message!
My name is Jia(you can also call me Jill), I’m a 25 year-old PhD student at department of gender and cultural studies in USYD. I’m now living in a student accommodation and I need to find a place I can call home before July. Since my PhD will last for about 3 years, I need a long-term rent, at least 12 months. About the room, I need a furnished room, and I prefer to have my own bathroom or share with 1 person. My moving date is in late June, but I can move into early if everything is just perfect. Somethings about me: I’m from China. But don't worry, I eat and cook quite light, I will not ruin the kitchen :) . My PhD is like a 9-5 full time job. I go to the uni on weekdays and try to chill on weekends to get some work/life balance. I’m an easygoing and open minded person, and I love my research a lot, which is also interesting enough. I could say I am a nerd in my research filed. And I'm always willing to share things related to cultural studies and gender studies with others. However, I would like to call myself a COOL nerd. I am into art things and fashion. I like painting, galleries, indie music, lo-fi music, popular culture, gin and tonic, movies...and I go to gym and running. PhD student must keep fit haha. I also enjoy exploring the city, nice restaurants and pubs, beach and vintage shops. I don't smoke and I'm really not a party animal. The social life I love is sitting in a bar with 1or2or 3 friends to have an intimate chat. I’m definitely clean and tidy, and I kinda like doing cleaning. I enjoy washing dishes, which is pretty wired to most people. Because of my PhD working pattern, I really want to find a new place near to Syd uni in a walking distance. By the way, I studied and worked in journalism/communication for 6 years, and I worked for Save the Children when I was in China. I'd love to live with flatmates who share similar mind or experience or hobbies, then we can be good friends. I’d love to meet up and visit your home if possible, and I can tell you more about me. Thanks☺️ xxx Jia
Hey there! I’m Kath, a Sydney girl who grew up in Perth, went to University in Melbourne, and recently moved home from a few years in New York. I work in PR, though my passion is for art. I’m an awful yoga-er, I make pasta from scratch, and love hitting the beach or pub with friends. I'm a tidy and timely housemate - social but don't bring the party home, always keen for a wine and a chat but respect personal space, and can be trusted with plants when you travel. Let's chat!