I'm currently studying IR at ANU and am looking into moving off-campus into a two bedroom flat at the start of next year. I love to just chill out and read (I'm a giant bookworm and spend 90% of my time reading) or watch Netflix. I'm fairly quiet and not the most social person, so the chances of me ever having more than one person over at a time is slim to none, but I love a good chat and movie marathon. I'm very tidy and will always keep up my end of the cleaning deal.
I'm an ANU student studying design and working part-time. I am a clean and friendly person who tends to get on well with people. I am all about movies and shows as well as DIYing and keep to myself or I can be chatty and hangout.
Just a level headed bloke looking for a place to stay. Hoping to start uni in July this year. Like to stay clean and tidy. Hygiene is extremely important to me. More of an outdoor kinda person. I love to trek and explore new places. Not a very party sort of a guy but I do like the occasional going out.
Hi everyone, my name is Carla and with my husband Cris are looking for a new place to live. We are a Chilean young couple (28 yo) that have been married for four years and together for eleven years. At the moment I am working full-time in the city as retail manager and Cris is finishing a PhD at the ANU. We are willing to pay up to 450 per week for a full flat or an apartment for a period of 3 months. We would love to move in on the 19th of July and stay until the 6th of October, but we can be flexible with the dates too. Please let me know if you are interested
Hi, I'm Sean. I doing my masters in public policy at ANU. I also work part-time for software firm based in Berlin (remotely). I hail from Adelaide originally, but I spent the last 8 years in London and Berlin. I love cycling, theatre and film - and German beer. Oh and I'm a non-smoker and a vegetarian. Look forward to meeting you!
Hi I'm Mitch. I work as an urban planner and am a cat dad. I like to boulder, mountain bike, and play poker/card games in my spare time. I think podcasts are great to cook to, I have two bicycles, and will be buying a car soon so will need parking. The cat continuing to live with me is preferable, but he can stay with family if this isn't possible.
Hi, my name's Adam (on the right), 34, I'm relocating back to Canberra (from eastern Victoria) for work. I work in exhibitions / cultural sector. Lifestyle wise, I'm big on yoga, fitness and health. I'm a pilates instructor (mat mainly), a spin/cycle/RPM instructor and teach the very occasional yoga class. I have a design background in exhibitions and interior architecture. I've also done some work in fashion and have been doing post-grad study in graphic design and illustration (on and off ... off for the next six months). So I like to dabble in some drawing when I have some time. I enjoy quiet nights and weekends just as much as social nights (preferably not mid-week) and weekends. I'm an early riser (as group fitness instructors are). I've lived in share houses for many years so I know the drill - like to be clean, tidy, eat well, etc. I will be in Canberra to find a place / inspect: Friday 28th June - after 6PM Saturday 29th June - anytime Sunday 30th June - anytime Monday 1st June - before 10am I aim to move between July 8th and 12th as I start my job on the 15th of July.
Hi I’m Patrick. I’m a pretty quiet person usually, but don’t mind a few drinks on the weekend or wotnot. Lived in Canberra all my life. Just want to spend more time with good people my own age. I’m a Uni student but I do all my studying from home.
I’m moving from Sydney to Canberra to do a bachelor of psychology at ANU. I’m super easy going, clean, organized and well-kept. I recently completed a bachelors degree in composition and music production. So I love playing music in my spare time. Other than that I enjoy spending time outside, having a good chat or just hanging out at home.
Hi everyone! I work full-time at ANU, and spend most of my free time window shopping for house plants or trying to forget about the week's spreadsheets. I'm tidy and quiet (probably napping) but always up for a chat or cheeky wine over dinner because I made way too much food. Again.
When I started my Under-graduation three years ago in Delhi, India, I was an uptight, eager beaver box-checker with a mad drive for working all the time. I was also awfully apolitical, with no understanding of how privilege and exclusion shape our lives. All of that has changed now. I have also become acutely aware of my privilege. I'm still grateful for all the personal growth that the last three years have given me. College has emboldened me to be more secure, to resist the impulse to take up space, and to find a middle way between being idealistic and cynical. More importantly, College has taught me to value my friends and family over everything else. Becoming a well-adjusted adult takes work, apparently. Who knew?! During my undergrad studies I shared a 3-bedroom flat with two students who were from my rival college (Hindu - Stephens College rivalry is the the oldest and most fruitful inter-college rivalry in India) and I had the best experience with them. In Canberra I'll be pursuing post graduation in International Relations (Advance) and I’m Usually always up for a chat and a glass of wine.