I like to do my share to keep my living place tidy and clean. I enjoy being part of a group but I enjoy my own time also. I'm fit and active,spending some of my day out and about. I'm interested in politics, art, reading and being in the nature.
Hi, I'm a software engineer originally from Brisbane. I like playing basketball and running in my spare time, maybe playing a little bit of guitar. Pretty relaxed to live with, looking for a place with other full time workers.
Professional, easy going, very clean, considerate and pay bills on time. I am relocating back to Sydney at the end of November. I have been living in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia for the last 12 months working for a global bank. Returning to a previous role at the University of Sydney.
I like to make my place a home, I like participating in fun activities with my housemates. I listen to their issues and help them. Help out with chores (cleaning roster). I have a great sense of humor. I give my housemates space when they need it. Birthdays we surprise each other and Christmas like to give my housemates gifts and cook yummy treats. I am a third-year university at UWS student, originally from Tasmania. I moved to Sydney to be a live-in Au Pair (nanny). I love to explore different things in the city. I don't drink or smoke. not a party animal. I like quiet. On the weekends I like to go to the city-generally home by midnight. Go to the church of a Sunday morning or afternoon. I don't have any pets. My lease expires on the 14th December- (happy to pay double rent if need be). I am going to Canberra from 1-5 December. one day home 6th December. Then going to Parramatta with uni friends from 6-10 December. ( I will stay at my current place these days). I would move my stuff the 13th December- stay at my current place the 13th December. I then will be going to Tasmania the 14th December-21st December my flight lands at 11.30pm. (I would go to new place the 21st December around midnight, will go straight to bed). I will then go to my friends Christmas party the 22nd. I then will start unpacking from 23 onwards. I hope you will consider me, I know how daunting it is to have a new housemate move into your home. So feel free to ask me any questions.
Design architect, straight, mature, friendly, and reliable. Have been renting for the past few years, have seen and experienced all kinds of things, been a housemate, landlord, caretaker myself. If you can read this, then I'm still looking!!! Have a 2.4m long table, so it needs to go somewhere. Also 2 x corner chairs and a car. Don't need to be furnished. Speaks Mandarin and Malay and some other useless dialects too. Career driven, I'm always busy with something work related. I'm also flexible with the location, as long as it is not too far away from public transport.
Hi there, I'm Siobhan! I'm 22 and I recently started working at a content agency in the Eastern Suburbs and I'm looking to move out of home for the first time! I currently live in Western Sydney and I want to get 20+ hours of my week back by not commuting to the city everyday for work. I'm looking for a private room in a share house or flat. Looking to meet and socialise with new people, always down for a drink or two but also really enjoy spending time with myself to recharge. Overall, I'm an easy going and reliable person, who loves to spending time outdoors, running and hiking.
Hello! I'm 27, working full time and will also be studying next year. I am clean, quiet (but friendly!) and have a good rental history. I am looking for someone friendly to share a home with, ideally starting in late January or early February. I am relatively easygoing and get along with anyone. I keep to myself a lot but would be happy to have the occasional chat or Netflix session with my flatmate. I do have 2 cats and 2 budgies, who are very clean. Be warned that the cats may try to cuddle you or sit with you though! I have a fridge, washer, dryer, lounge, TV and streaming services that I am more than happy to share. Hoping to find a nice flatmate and then a nice place to live!
PLEASE READ DESCRIPTION BEFORE MESSAGING. We are a GROUP OF 5, all first/second year university students/working part time, who are looking for a place with 3 bedrooms to move into as of December-January. We will all be studying full time, at UNSW, Macquarie, and USYD, as well as working. We are quiet, tidy, all non smokers, and we don't own any pets. Our max budget is $800 per week for all 3 bedrooms, and having the bills/internet included in the price would be really great! Somewhere with basic furnishings such as a fridge, a washing machine, and beds would also be ideal. Please don't hesitate to contact me for any information, or if you would like to look at our social media accounts to check us out! :)
I'm an American trying to find my way back into the inner-inner west (please don’t message for places that are not inner-inner west). I have yet to give my notice at my current location, which is 3 weeks, so the place I'm looking to move into needs to be available around the second week of December. At a glance: - $280/week budget (all bills in this) - Inner inner west/inner city, <30 mins to Central by public transit, with walking time - preferably furnished - preferably no more than 3-4 people in the household - absolutely must be pest-free and clean (old is fine!!) - private room only (this shouldn’t have to be said but sadly it seems I need to explicitly say it) - move in during early-mid December I keep to myself for the most part but I'm social enough that you won't worry about there being a dead body in the room and I'm certainly open to recapping the week over a wine or tea, I clean up all my messes (and I have too much experience cleaning up other people’s messes), and I always pay rent on time. Heck, even early if I can't pay on the scheduled day. I just won't suit a large sharehouse--I find things tend to stray into chaos when there's more than 3-4 unrelated people living under one roof. Currently I live with a married couple, renting a room in their recently acquired apartment. It's new and snazzy but it's expensive and in a sad, bleak part of Sydney. They have been great to live with (the best people I've ever rented from), but I need to find a cheerier suburb. My budget is listed as 280--for me this means all up, all bills, up to 280/week. Additionally, as I am a foreigner, I would GREATLY prefer a furnished place, at least just with a double/queen bed--I don't want to be stuck trying to sell off furniture. I am NOT interested in bleak, gray, apartment-centric suburbs. Thanks for reading and lemme know if what you've got fits! PS: Feel free to ask me about the time I used to live in Glebe with a hoarder who managed to infest the house with fleas while we had no pet. I noped out of that fast and lost so much money in the process. It would explain to you how much of a legend flatmate I am and my perseverance in times of adversity. But really, please, no bug infestations.
I am coming back from six months backpacking and studying in Europe and two weeks volunteering in Thailand. Before I left Australia, I rented with flatmates for two and a half years and we all had an enjoyable time! I am sociable, easy-going and a good cook so the kitchen will always smell nice! When I get back to Australia, I will return to my casual job at Macquarie University where I work 20+ hours a week and I will finish my last semester at the University of Sydney, after which I plan to do my masters in Secondary Education.
Hi there! My name is Hannah and I am looking for a fun, cool female, flat mate (or two) to move into a place with! I work part time and will also be studying next year (music student). I am very clean and tidy and pretty quiet during the week but often enjoy a drink on the weekends usually before going out. I have most furniture stuff ready to move in with, including a washing machine. In my free time I like going out to see live music, walks, drawing, playing music and hanging out with friends eating nice food! I’d love to chat more if you are interested!
I grew up in Sydney and just got back after two years in London. I've worked mainly in marketing and communications for non-profits and social enterprises, and I'm starting a postgrad degree next year in international development. My downtime is generally spent at pub trivia, going cycling, and tasting craft beer (The first and last of these often happen at the same time). Happy to team up with others looking for a place!
Young professional working in renewable energy, relocating back to Sydney and looking for a place to call home close to Redfern/Darlington/Chippendale/Alexandria. Friendly, open & easy-going - very used to living in sharehouses, hoping to find some like-minded people! Look forward to hearing from you, Caitlin
Hello! I'm a fun, bubbly person and would describe myself as a lively, outgoing individual. I'm very sociable but also keep to myself quite often as well! I'm a very clean person as well and love to cook :) I've been in Australia for a year and I have another year left on my visa! Very excited for a new chapter with new people in our share house!
About myself: I’m a responsible tenant. I’ll pay rent on time, clean up after myself and will keep the room tidy and clean, so that the next tenant can move in the next day. I’m looking for a place: - quiet, clean and mature Flatmates. - far/ near from public transportation is not important as I usually drive. Please let me know if you have a room from 22nd Nov. I understand people prefer long term Tennant, but If you have a empty room now. Why not let me fill in and still running your ad to look for the next tenant. I’m looking forward to hear from you all beautiful people!
I'm an internarional student studying in university of Sydney. I am looking for a place near to Sydney uni or close to train station. I am a kind, quiet and easy-going person. I am willing to meet new friends and like clean and quiet place. I need a place to put or have a desk so I can study at home.
Hello. My name is Munny and I'm 24 years old. Moving from Toronto to Sydney for a new job opportunity and I'm looking for a place to stay. Like to stay healthy and active and want to explore the city.
I work as a software engineer in the city. I'm philosophical, considerate, and easy-going with a subtle sense of humor. I don't watch much TV, prefer healthy food, and exercise regularly. I occasionally drink with friends. I'm hoping to find a place where i can relax and do my own thing while sharing with friendly and respectful people.
Hello Future flatmates! I am looking for a place to stay for about 2 weeks (flexible) from around 29th of November! I Just finished my exchange Semester for my Masters in global studies and will head back home to Germany soon- but until then want to enjoy my time in Sydney! i am a pretty easy going flatmate, have lived in different countries for work or studies during the last years and therefore used to all different shapes and sizes regaring flatsharing. All i need is good vibes and a place that makes it possible to feel homey, even if only for a short time.. would be great to hear from you!
I'm a 20y/o audio engineering student looking to find a home until I finish my course in 2019. Im clean and friendly and hope to share a house with awesome people. I like to write music, long board, socialise (not looking for party house) and cook
We are both very spontaneous people love to go out see new things. We love meeting new people, positive vibes and having a laugh. We come from London on a working holiday visa.
We are moving to Sydney as we have both been offered new jobs. I will be working as a food product development manager and Adam will be working as a professional photographer. Adam is very funny and I'm not funny at all but I love a good laugh. I used to be a chef so nothing makes me happier than a clean kitchen and Adam likes to garden and fix things. We’d prefer to live in a house with a little garden so Adam can put his green fingers to work. We both love dogs and are very easily won over by pet owners. Non smokers and very responsible drinkers.