Hello! I am a young professional in my late twenties. I am often described as thoughtful, playful, and tolerant by those who know me. I consider myself very tidy, clean, and respectful. I am looking to share a house/flat of mixed gender, ideally with other professionals, but students are fine too. Preferably 3-4 people (including myself). I love animals, so pets are not a problem. (That said, I do not have any pets of my own and won't be bringing or acquiring any). I love good food, outdoors, exploring new places, trying new things, exercise and lead an active lifestyle. Well maybe not as much as those who live in lycra and compete in sports... but I do enjoy the fresh air. I also enjoy being a home body, and would be happy curled up on the couch with a glass of red, playing board games with whomever is up for a chat. I am a clean and organised person, but I don't go nuts with cleaning rosters. I believe we're all capable of pitching in with the cleaning when needed and when it's not inconvenient to do so. That said, I'd prefer not to live in a pig sty. If I sound like the right flatmate to you, shoot me a message, introducing yourself and the other tenants. Thanks! P.S. I do want to be part of a home and get to know you all, not just living with flat mates, however I have a preference to do my own cooking. Happy to participate in house dinners every now and then, especially the spontaneous ones, but I don't want to be committed to three different dinners cooked by three different people each week. My cap for shared dinners is probably once a week i.e. someone different takes a turn to cook every Tuesday, rather than three different people cooking three different days in the same week. P.P.S. I cannot live without a dishwasher. They are the best thing ever invented and I will use it religiously. Criteria: - Built in Robes (with lots of hanging space and shelves). This is non-negotiable. - Room that can fit a Queen Bed, side table, lots of other boxes/things etc. this is non negotiable too. - Car port/ undercover parking with automatic doors (highly preferable, but could be overlooked if everything else was perfect) - En suite (preferable, but not a must. Happy to share a bathroom with one other, but no more). - Lots of storage space (inside the house - not a storage cage) - Dishwasher - Housemates that are not hermits - Age of household: 25-35. Ideally, I would like to live with people who are around my age, and are social. - I do not want to live with infants, young children, or a family/home stay style arrangement. - I do not want to live in Gunghalin, Dunlop, Harrison, or Crace - sorry, it’s just too far from work.
Hi all, I'm making the move from Melbourne back to my hometown of Canberra for uni and am looking for some awesome humans to share with. I'm super responsible having lived on my own and shared before, but also down for a boogie and a night out once in a while. I'm into staying fit, going to gigs and playing sports whenever I get the chance. I'd like to find a place where I can chill but still be social and hang out with my roommates to fill my daily human interaction quota. I'm a full time student and will be working part time also so I keep myself fairly busy. I also come with bedroom furniture and some communal furniture so hopefully this is a plus! If this sounds ace hit me up :)
I'm 40 and just returned to Canberra after three years living in Sydney. Originally from NZ, but lived in Canberra from 2011-2014. I work in media and communications. I like to go for walks (including some pretty lengthy ones), head to pub trivia and play golf. I think I'm a very considerate person to live with and am happy to have a chat or keep to myself depending on my housemate's preference and/or state of mind on a given day. FYI, I found a housemate online when I moved to Canberra back in 2011 and we remain very close friends today. Hoping to find an equally awesome housemate this time around. Let me know if you're keen to catch up for a coffee -- or something stronger. Gavin
I am organised and from time to time I like to keep my personal space neat and tidy. I am not a party goer and enjoy chilling at home during weekend watching tv shows with wine. I also love running and coffee.
We are a young couple, one of us is a student/part time worker and the other is in the APS. We are looking to move out of our parents' houses. We tend to keep to ourselves as we work, both day and night shifts however we are social on the rare occasion our schedules line up. We would prefer somewhere with our own kitchen/kitchenette as we are vegan and nut free. We both work and go to school in the city so, we are looking for something around that area (basically not Tuggeranong or Belconnen). Thanks for reading!
Hi, I am based in Sydney right now. I got job in one of the Govt org. I am moving to Canberra in end of November and looking for shared accommodation. I am male, 28, Software Engineer. I like to make friends, watch movies, play badminton, non-smoker, no pets. Thanks, Abhi
Hey! Mid-20's female looking for a place in the inner north or south. Easy going, neat, friendly and clean. Love playing sports and always looking for my next micro- adventures. You can usually find me out and about on the weekends and playing in a social comp during the week.
Just relocated from Melbourne to Canberra for a job. Looking for a place to stay. I am bit of a workaholic, always clean up after myself and pay rent on time. After work during the week I am usually at home watching Netflix or gaming, on weekends I am out and about with the girlfriend. I also own a motorbike, so often go for a ride. Secure parking is definitely a bonus!
Hello, I have to move to Canberra for a new job in the aps. I mostly keep to myself, clean up after myself, and am respectful of others lifestyles and their privacy. I would love it if the place was pet friendly as I want to get a puppy, but if I cant find a place that will accept pets I won't, as my #1 priority is to find myself a place. I also love nature and enjoy a drink every now and then. Thanks!
I'm 23 years old and am about to finish studying my bachelor of social work and social planning. I'm moving to Canberra for a minimum of 6 months and will be looking at working in hospitality while I'm there so want something close to the civic as I don't currently drive. I'm generally quite neat and tidy, have a bubbly personality, live a (mostly) vegan lifestyle and am an avid beer enthusiast. I'd prefer to live with like-minded individuals (students, young professionals or hospo etc.) and am looking at a rough budget of $150-$175 (preferably furnished) a week.
CIT environment graduate looking for long-term accommodation. I like to keep my place clean and tidy, and I get along with just about anyone. I enjoy art, photography, gaming and the outdoors.
Ayden & I are both active individuals who enjoy our down time when at home. When we're not training or traveling for competition (we're cyclists) we're usually watching netflix or down the road at a cafe. Other than cycling, I have just recently completed my undergraduate architecture degree in Sydney and plan on starting my masters degree in March at the University of Canberra. I love to cook & bake and appreciate a clean living environment. Ayden is super easy going & can get along with just about anyone (and he knows how to make a good cup of tea)! In between training he works with a catering company. We're looking for a new place as my lease in Sydney ends in November & Ayden's current Canberran flatmates are moving on in February. Ideally looking for a master bedroom with ensuite & also the capacity to store a few bikes. Minimum stay 6 months.
Hi! I am easy going, enjoy meeting new people and have a lovely 2 year old Beagle X staffy who loves attention and cuddles. I am active and work full time as a vet nurse. I am moving to Canberra for a new job opportunity and need a suitable place for my dog and I to live.
Hi I am a recent graduate now working full time looking for a room in a sharehouse. I am clean, social and friendly. I love cooking and meeting new people. I am also a sporting person, I play ultimate frisbee competitively and love exploring the outdoors.
Hi There! I am 22 currently studying at UC (second year) and working at an After School Care :) Price can be a bit negotiable and I am looking to stay for at least 6 months moving in around January. I am just a girl who loves Goodberries, chicken nuggets and Netflix. I am a fun easy going person who cleans up after myself and am keen to move in with some cool people and make some new friends! I am super chill, full of banter and pretty much get along with everyone :) I also enjoy binge watching tv shows on Netflix (who doesn't) and love watching trash tv. If I sound like someone you want to live with hit me up! Thanks! Chels :)
I am a full-time high school teacher. I teach French and will also teach outdoor education next year. I love the outdoors, in particular rock climbing. I like to travel, eat well, read, keep up my French, train a lot, talk about life and sleep well after a big day. I like to keep the house clean. I like sunny and green spaces outside my bedroom window. I like music and to dance but I am not a party animal.
Hiya :) I'm Grace, a 22 year old from Brisbane, moving to Canberra in January 2018 to work in the public service. I'm looking for a room in a sharehouse, preferably with built in robes, and I'm happy to pay more for my own bathroom. It would be ideal to be as close to the city as possible. I don't have a car, so the room would need to be near a decent bus line. So I'm only looking at places in the inner north or the inner south. I super love travelling (just about to go on the Trans-Siberian railway before getting into full-time work) and cooking (I make an amazing tiramisu :D). I'm looking for flatmates of a similar age with similar interests - I'm keen to make new friends in Canberra and have a few drinks with flatmates, but I also like to have my downtime, especially during the week. I am looking to move around mid-January 2018, but am open to moving earlier in January as I have a friend in Canberra who can have a look at rooms for me. PS: I'm not bringing the dog in my photo, he's just very cute and important.
Hello, We are Tanya and Henry! :) We are two students: Henry is doing his PhD and Tanya is studying law at ANU. Tanya has a dog, Rocky, who will be living with us. Rocky has pet references from living in an apartment this year, and the landlord has been really happy with the condition of the house and how well we’ve kept the place. His details are available on request. We have been friends for three years now and we too come with references from our previous landlords. We both have part-time jobs and parents who are able to help us with rent. We are clean and conscientious tenants and will take care of the property because living somewhere nice is important to us. Please let us know if you want to know anything more about us! Looking forward to hearing from you! Warm regards, Tanya & Henry
I'm an Australian male in his mid-30s just moved to Canberra. I have funding for about 2 years to do research, broadly in the area of sustainability, at the ANU. I'm a quiet but friendly guy happy for a chat or a shared dinner but also respectful of others' personal space. Favourite hobbies are outdoor activities (hiking, skiing, climbing, etc.) and dancing (lindy hop and blues). I am vegetarian but OK with meat being cooked in the same house! I've previously sharehoused in Canberra and Germany. The last couple of years I've been living by myself (in Sweden, where sharehouses are not so common) and while it's nice I do miss having people around!
I am a quiet human but enjoy a chat and some relaxing social time, like having dinner together, board games and watching movies, although I respect the need for space. I keep pretty busy by studying, working and exercising. I love to cook and try to improve my rather poor culinary skills. At the moment, I am studying a biotechnology (science) degree at ANU. I currently live on campus and am looking to move out around late november/early december. I am looking for a home for preferably a year or longer, in which my housemate/s would be clean and easygoing. I am not looking for a party house. Cheers :)
Hello there - I'm heading into my second year at ANU next year. I am originally from Sydney, and am looking for a place for me and my plants to live in the glorious capital (preferably walking/biking distance from uni). I'm studious, but easy going and I try to keep it tidy. I'm looking to move in at some point in January.