Hey :) I'm a full-time PhD student at the ANU, very quiet and mostly keep to myself. I have lived in share houses for a long time and am very respectful of other people's space & privacy. I like to keep my room clean, and the common area as well when possible. Looking for an established quiet share house, or 1-2 similar-minded people to team up for a new lease. I don't have any furniture at the moment, but happy to buy if needed. Ideally I'd like to have my own bathroom and a parking space for my car. I also like modern houses/units/apartments with large walk-in robes. If this sounds like you don't hesitate to hit me up! Cheers
I'm pretty chilled and easy to get along with. Originally from Newcastle NSW but I have accepted to study at the University of Canberra to start 2018 semester 2. I'm looking to make the move down to Canberra asap so i can settle into a new place before starting my studies. I would be happy in any suburb as i have a car and don't mind using it. Also keen for teamups or whatever they call it. A bit more about me, I have recently come back from living in Canada for two years and have become a keen snowboarder. When there's no snow i usually like to spend my time outdoors hiking, or kayaking. I have lived in a share house with more than 40 people using the one kitchen before, so i know the importance of being CLEAN and respectful of other peoples space. I enjoy a few casual drinks here and there just as much as i enjoy my quiet time watching Netflix or studying.
I’m an 18 year old law student at UC. I’m super friendly but a bit of an introvert and I like my own space. That being said I’m always happy to have a chat. I have a kitten, named Snowpea, who would be coming with me. He’s an indoor cat and super lovely
I am 19 I am very chill have a small elderly non shedding dog who sleeps all day. I Love a chat after work and also some quiet time to enjoy my Netflix which I am happy To share around
Hi, I'm Toni! I am moving back to Canberra within the next week and am looking for a place to stay. I am flexible with short-term or long-term stays, preferably a furnished room. I am currently working in hospitality and very laid back. When I am not at work, chances are you'll find me watching/playing sport, hanging out with some friends, going for bush walks or going for a swim. I am tidy, know how to pull my weight in the house, am sociable but respect the privacy of others.
I’m a very easy going person and I like to have a laugh. Respect personal space and a very tidy person. I love going to the gym and enjoy sports. Like to have an occasional drink and catch up with friends.
I’m a young Christian woman who loves a good chat. I’m currently looking to move to Canberra from western Sydney once i find work as a disability support worker. I’m a kind hearted soul who is very easy to talk to
Hi I’m Tara and I’m currently leaving in Queanbeyan and looking to move Northside so I am closer to work in Belconnen. I am 23 years old and quite a tidy and organised person. I enjoy video games and Netflix.
I am an Early Childhood Educator and work Tuesday to Friday in Higgins. I am the primary carer of my 9 month old daughter. I am recently separated. I am friendly, easy going, tidy and tend to keep to myself. I am looking for somewhere that I can raise my little one in a safe environment. If you want to know more, please contact me. Looking to move by the end of the month.
Hi there! I'm a student who will be in Canberra for 4 weeks and looking for a place to stay. I'm very friendly, tidy, and respectful of other people's spaces. I also love to bake so you'll always have freshly baked goods lying around! I'll be working a full-time internship during the day so I'll really only be around in the afternoon/night. I'm fine with pets and really easy-going!
We are a calm, friendly, tidy and respectful couple. We are planing to Study, Work and travel, so we will be out most of times. We arrive in Canbera in July. Our hobbies are cycling, kitesurfing, snowboarding and exploring new wonderful places. We are open-minded and will be happy to meet new friends. Best regards, Alex
I'm a single female public servant with a very friendly, toilet trained indoor cat called Yin (Yinneko). I used to be in the Army and spent most of my 12 year career living with housemates. Since leaving Defence I've been renting alone but miss living with other people and would like to take some stress off my living expenses when my lease runs out in August. I'm a very busy lady: I row competitively so I'm generally out of the house by 530am, I'm also still an Army reservist and sing in a band so I'm rarely home before 6 or 7 pm during the week and tucked into bed by 9. Weekends I like to let my hair down but am generally pretty strict with my weekday routine. I'd ideally like to live somewhere close to the north side of Lake Burley Griffin to reduce my commute each day and so I can return home to shower and change after training each morning instead of dragging half my wardrobe in to the work change rooms each week. Living closer to the city also means I can arrive home earlier and assist with cooking meals, daily chores and relax watching some TV rather than driving 30 mins in and out of the city each direction (more during peak hour), or better yet: walk or cycle to work! When I am home, I like to watch TV or listen to music, podcasts or audiobooks and crochet, cook, sew, or craft. I read avidly, write (songs/journaling) and draw; I also play acoustic guitar, piano and sing, but not all the time: I'll generally save belting my lungs out for band practice at our rehearsal space in Googong. I also like to get out of the house on weekends if the weather is nice: I'll generally go have a picnic, walk, hike, ride my bike, go swimming, take day trips to the beach, snow or local wineries or spend time with my friends. As I've been generally living solo since 2014, I have all of my own furniture including a 2 and 3 seater lounge suite, TV, Refrigerator, Washing machine, and of course my own bedroom furniture as well as a few bookcases, desk and a 6-seater outdoor setting. I am able to palm a few items off to friends and family in VIC so if there is no room, I am happy to only come with what I need. Please remember that I DO come with a furry creature. This is non-negotiable, so if you don't like cats, are allergic or have indoor pets of your own, this may not be the ideal situation. Yin is a Rescue and can get a little territorial around other dogs and cats but is 100% sold on humans. She just LOVES people. She will be the centre of attention at dinner parties and will happily chill and watch TV with you either from your lap or the back of the couch. I am not particularly fond of dogs and ack that not everyone likes cats so I don't take it personally if this turns you off :) I would prefer to get to know any prospective housemates prior to moving in together which is why I'm putting this up so early. My current lease doesn't run out until Mid August, but I'm sure you can agree it makes sense to ensure we get along and our values align. There is also an option to trial cohabitation before my current lease comes to an end if you'd like, noting that the 2Bed/1Bath house I currently live with is a little small but it would give us a good idea of whether or not we think we could live together. I have a few ex-housemates who are more than happy to discuss what it's like living with me. I've remained friends with most of them. I'm looking at 1 year leases with option to continue beyond this if circumstances remain extant.
I'm down to earth, chilled, understanding and respectful. I'm clean and considering of others. Good with house maintenance. I like to keep to myself, respecting others privacy, but also like communal living and doing activities together once every often. I like to snowboard.
I'm handy with anything that deals with IT, construction and photography. I can do more than change a light bulb, I love doing home construction projects. I also make sure as much as possible that I don't bother other people in my vicinity, I'm not a loud person. I'd be down to talk about boundaries and rules if someone has some, would rather avoid awkward or frustrating situations. If you have problems with me, I'd love to work around them, I'm not a hard guy to deal with.
I'm a 46 year old professional from Sydney working for a company in Braddon. I'm planning to stay only 4 nights as I will be travelling to back to Sydney for the weekend.
I am a youthful 55yrs post-surgery Transgender person who is very easy going. I'm currently at University of Canberra studying Bch Of Public Health. I am mostly seeking to start a new share property, but an existing sharehouse with space is good too! Anyone willing to move into 'fresh' accommodation and start a new sharehouse with me would be ideal! Just 2-3 people including me would be preferable. You would need to be willing to sign-up to a joint lease with all tenants. I can basically furnish a large home if necessary. However I don't have a dining suite or a lounge suite. * Kitchen = very large twin door fridge, microwave and just about every cooking item you could want! * Living = large timber pieces including wall units, bookcase, hallway table and entertainment unit (for television, etc). * Laundry = front loading washing machine, ironing board, etc. * Outside = lawn mower, whipper snipper, water hose, etc. The selfish bit! I have a seven piece bedroom suite, so i'd be requiring the largest bedroom in a property. I also have a study desk in my bedroom where i'm currently living. (I've kinda got used to this set-up!) I have an existing NBN Internet contract with unlimited data and a 100mb speed connection. It also includes the Optus 'Fetch' TV with 6 channels and access to netflix, etc. If I/we can source a new property in an existing NBN suburb, I can transfer the service to that location. (I know many suburbs to the West of Belconnen are being wired-up for NBN soon.) Although I can wait until June 30, I am hoping to find a new place to live anytime from earlier in the month. My share of any rent would be $210 per week maximum (I am a Uni student after all.) I'd prefer a property that is in very good condition and located on the North side of Canberra - ideally within reasonable travel distance to the University of Canberra. But i'm flexible for the 'right' property. I think of home as a relaxing place to escape the 'noise' of our busy and stressful lives. So anyone who wants to live in a comfortable, quiet home environment, i'd like to hear from you! Having said that, friends dropping by is a good thing! I like to cook a dinner for my friends every so often and i'd be more than happy for my housemates to join in. If baking muffins in the kitchen whilst sipping a hot chocolate on a Winter's Sunday morning appeals to you, we'd be perfect housemates! That's it !!! Hit me up if you're interested in joining forces to find a new home! Or you have a sharehome that may be suitable.
Hey, I’m 22 years old and work full time in Barton. I’m pretty easy going and like a tidy house! I’d be with my friends or family if I’m not working. I’m looking for somewhere to move into or finding a person who wants to get a house!
Hi there, My name is Bronte and I have moved to Canberra from the big smoke (Sydney) roughly 2 months ago. I work Mon-Fri in the public service and spend my spare time either at the gym, watching home and away or visiting my friends and family in Canberra and Sydney. I love animals and would be happy to share with pets. I'm looking for somewhere to call home with tidy and cooperative housemates. I can do my own thing or get together for a meal or hang out at times, pretty easy going. Looking to move within the next few weeks.
Primary teacher Studying Masters of Education Cute and well behaved dog, Toby (3 years) Enjoying keeping healthy and cooking most nights with a few cheeky take away trips in between! Fairly busy and like my privacy but also enjoy socialising and sharing a glass of wine after a hard day.