I have an awesome motorhome and I'm heading back to Darwin this dry season! This says alot. It says I'm well travelled, fun, independent, open-minded and have an awesome sense of humour. That said, I'm totally didactic because I'm also very responsible, mature, non-partyer (unless you count dancing around my bedroom haha), somewhat introverted and easy going. I'm into exploring (obviously), markets (attending as well as running stalls), photography, hiking, watching movies and chillaxing. I'm looking for a fully furnished room (with a desk would be a bonus) for myself and a place where Max the Motorhome can be plugged in occasionally (it has a trickle charger that sometimes needs minimal power). However, if the right place is unfurnished, I can furnish it. I prefer non-smoking homes with positive, easy going flatmates. Dogs, fish and birds are awesome but cats trigger my allergies. A pool or spa would be lovely, as would a location near a gym or outdoor park. A bath (a real sized one, not a tiny one for children and midgets) would be heaven with lots of greenery. Preferred location: within 30 mins drive of Darwin CBD. Date: at this stage, it will be around 3 June with lots of flexibility.
We are very easy going. Love camping, fishing etc. Both work full time (Admin & grano). Have a dog - catahoula. Ideally looking for a granny flat. Moving from Bunbury WA in July . We have excellent rental history with references .
Hi We are a couple from Germany. We are working on a mango farm nearby and need a place to sleep. We are both very clean and tidy persons and easy going. We are very quiet and always friendly. We also have a lot of respect for your home. If you have any questions please let us know. Jannik and wencke
24 year old male from Mumbai, India. Moving to Darwin in June first week and been employed with SDFC. I am a Sports Management Professional. I like to be social and enjoy chilling out with my flatmates and friends but also like to have privacy and give privacy whenever required. I would be happy with pets, smoking but I don't smoke.
I'm searching for accommodation for a female science colleague that I need to bring to Darwin for 2-4 weeks starting either 7 or 8 June. Our on-site accommodation has been damaged by the cyclone and we cant use it. Hotels are too expensive. I dont know Karen's age, probably between 25 and 40. Needing a comfy place for her, probably preferably with few people and relatively quiet people. Her focus will be on work, not socialising. Anywhere in the Darwin region considered.