I may be 20 years of age but I am very mature and independent. I cook, I clean, I look after myself. Always up for a chat and a laugh. I have a reliable income, so never need to stress. I play footy and netball on the weekend, can play guitar to entertain you 😋
I am looking for a room with private bathroom in Sydney or Melbourne. I would like to start with a short term of 2 weeks before decinding for a longer term. I speak french, spanish and english. I am relaxed but not looking for a party house, I would like my own bathroom and private room.
Hey there future housemates! I'm Charli- a 21 year old vego looking for a new place to call home. I'm working full time now after studying plant bio/linguistics at uni for a couple of years. Working and studying was way too hectic for me so I'm putting the degree on pause for a little bit. I work at Dangerfield (which of course means I have a groovy wardrobe you can share, as well as a mammoth CD/book collection, if we're talking about cool things you might like to borrow. I also come with fancy pots and pans, a bright yellow toaster, a guitar, an easel and a PS4, a big beanbag, among other things). Also, I've lived out of home for over a year now, so I have a rental history and all that jazz. When I'm not working, you can usually find me seeing local bands (Old Bar, anyone?), perusing market stalls, playing guitar and singing (badly-ish), embroidering, binge watching TV shows (any it's always sunny fans?), or cooking up a storm in the kitchen (if there are other mouths to feed, that is. I won't lie, I definitely eat mi goreng and chocolate for dinner sometimes). I'm a super hygienic person so I'd really like to find housemates who like living in a clean house. Like, if you need a cleaning roster to remind you to wipe down the benches we probably won't get along haha. I like buying fresh flowers and having pretty tea towels and nice teas on display, so I'd love to live with people who get around that. I'm by no means a neat freak, creative chaos is good from time to time, but I want my house to feel like a home <3 I really want to be living with people who I can hang out with from time to time, too. We don't have to be best buddies, but I'd really appreciate having people to jam with, cook/bake for sometimes, or just watch stand up on netflix with over a cocktail or a nice cider. Not opposed to singstar competitions/karaoke. I'd really like to be living within walking distance to one of the train stations I've mentioned in my profile, too. Convenient public transport is a big priority for me. I'd also like to live reasonably close to a grocery store if that's not asking too much. I think that about covers everything! If you have any questions, or more importantly think I'd be a good fit in your home, please don't hesitate to send me a message! xx
Hey I'm Stu. I currently work full time as a marketing graduate in country Vic, and also casually for the Department of Human Services. Due to work I'll be soon moving to Melbourne, and will be located in the eastern suburbs so ideally looking for a place around that area. During my free time I love to keep fit and go to the gym. I enjoy getting out of the house, meeting new people and keeping social in general. I have a partner who lives on the Gold Coast so am regularly flying up north to see him on the weekends. Ideally I'd love to live with someone/a group who enjoys being social, whether that be having dinner or some bevs together, or kicking back and binging on a tv series. If you're looking for someone over the next few weeks/month, flick me a message and hopefully we can tee something up.
Love life and socialising but also love my down time and privacy so will be respectful of giving you space without having to be a hermit. Easy going, neat and happy person that loves to get home and put on PJ's to relax. Love cooking just not every night. Secure employment and can easily demonstrate trustworthiness if needed. I usually spend one day/night over weekends with friends and family on the peninsula and usually out one night a week catching up with friends. Clean living - no alcohol or other drugs. I haven't house shared for some years but enjoyed the experience when I did, so am looking forward to a new chapter.
I am an international student from Indonesia, and a Christian. I respect each other's privacy, and prefer to live in a clean and friendly environment. Currently taking Bachelor of Education in Monash University, but am very interested in doing arts. I don't adopt any kind of wild life, because I'll be busy with studies, church activities, and part time jobs (so no loud parties for me :D ). Looking forward to make new friends!
Easy going, just acquired full time supervisor position in Melbourne. I enjoy sport and live music. I enjoy being social but also enjoy my own time.
Hey there my names Chey I'm a full time student studying sports science as well as working part time at grilld (although it's more like full time with the hours they give me) I like to think I'm pretty funny and a cool bloke to be around and I love talking to people. Abit more about me I'm from New Zealand and moved here to Australia by myself two years ago. I'm clean and tidy and love to cook when I'm at home and I love to entertain by playing my guitar and singing. Some of my hobbies include surfing, dancing, singing, playing guitar, reading and writing. I'm also very into my fitness and health. I'm currently looking for a new more suitable place for myself but in saying that I'm in no big rush to find a new place and will gladly take my time in finding the right one :) I also understand that I am abit young but I have been looking after myself and have been paying rent and bills for the past two years. I am reliable and consistent and am very mature for my age.
I'm a friendly guy who came from Brazil 13 years ago. I love living in Melbourne. I'm a very respectful and responsible person. I studied Masters of Animation at RMIT and currently work in the creative and technical fields. I love sports (futsal, gym, yoga, etc.). I also enjoy reading, and discover new places around Melbourne. Looking forward to meeting new people and exchange experiences.
Young female professional recently relocated to Melbourne for work. Looking for a fully furnished room for long term in the Eastern suburbs close to transport, need parking space (either on/off street) Quite, friendly, very neat, non-smoker. I am a social person who likes to have a chat and Occasionally enjoy a meal together but also respect personal space and privacy. Prefer to share with females. Have lots of previous house share experience and happy to share house chores. Looking to move in before 30th of July. Feel free to contact me if you have something suitabale.
I am reliable and considerate, quiet and cooperative. I enjoy the company of others, at the same time I like my personal space. I am easy going and a good listener. I am not wasteful but I do not leave waste around the house. I turn on the fan when I cook so food odours do not linger on our clothes and bedding. I make sure electrical applicances are turned off before I leave the house to prevent a fire hazard. If and when you have any concerns or problems, I appreciate talking about them with you to eliminate any misunderstanding and work things out so we can live happily and comfortably.
I have lived by myself before but was a bit of a struggle with the location of where i was. I am very reliable and punctual when it comes to responsibilities. I'm very friendly and open minded and I am a big sports fan, AFL Basketball are the favorites. I try go out with friends or family when I can. I work Full time and is shift work so I do night shifts as well.
My friend and I are looking for a new place to stay in. A little about me: I'm Shar, I was born in the Philippines. I'm a 24 yr old Art Masters student in Monash University. I work as a part time graphic designer. I love to keep things tidy as I am a neat freak. And I love my wine too. Helena is 24 yrs old too, studied fashion management. She is from Germany, and we both work together. Helena is easy going as well and loves to go explore Melbourne (she's new here) We're looking for a place to stay in ASAP. Somewhere in between South Yarra and Caulfield, or not too far from the city. Our budget is around 500-550 pr wk (for the both of us, if possible with bills included) but we could be flexible as well. Hopefully you guys can help us find a new home! 🙂 xx
A little about me: I'm 24 years old, just finishing off my masters degree in Teaching. I currently work at the student service centre at VU. I'm a friendly person who's very outgoing and love to get engaged in a good banter. I'm adventurous, love traveling and meeting new people. If you ever lose me look for the nearest dog. I'm quite tidy and particular about the bathroom being clean but no where near OCD so it's all good. I'd like to live with someone who can I chat with over a glass of wine or even some coffee. I cook quite a bit and love baking, so yep you'll def get to try some of my home baked goodies. Shoot me a message if you reckon I'm someone you'd like to share your place with. x
I'm friendly, considerate and outgoing. I'm looking for a housemate who is open communicator and feels happy to socialize as well as having own space. I'm looking to stay in bay side area. Sharing with females only. Max 240 per week
I and my wife Amy were recently granted Australian PR this year and have arrived in Melbourne for couples of months. I'm a Mechanical Engineer Professional, graduated with Honors from the University of Melbourne, looking for permanent position in my field. Meanwhile, I'm in partnership agreement with Uber to work part-time and my wife is studying English at AMEP. We're non-smokers, non-drinking, no-party type of persons. We love the peacefulness and being closed to nature. We have no children and no pets. We're clean, tidy, quite and respectful to everybody because we respect your lifestyle and cuture. We hope to rent the house (no apartments) with minimum 3 bedrooms (preferably furnished but unfurnished is fine),2 toilets, backyard and a garage. The location is near train station, bus stop or market. We're very on time in rent payment. We have 100 point ID, payslips and are prepared to pay bond and first month in advance. Our budget is $500 pw. Our preferable stay is long term. Our desired move-in date is before 31 August 2017. Please drop a message if you guys have, or want to transfer your current lease the above-mentioned accommodation.
Hey, thankyou for reading my listing! My name is Marissa and I'm 18 years old. Currently, I have a job as a club promoter! I plan to go back to school at some point this year but first is finding a place to live at and call a home! I'm courteous, honest, clean, straight forward! I try to be on the same page as much as I possibly can! I'm currently looking for a private room or place to stay for 6 months (or possibly more). More than happy to pay the 6 months in advance too! I have a dog as well so I'll need to find somewhere dog friendly !
Hello - I recently moved to Melbourne & am a full time working professional. Am a clean, tidy person and like to keep myself fit & healthy. I come across as a friendly, liberal, easy going person who likes his space & privacy and respect the same for the others. However I am game for occasional chit chat and sharing wine & food.
Hi, my name is Bri. I'm a 23 year old single nurse working part time whilst I complete my second nursing degree at Monash Uni Clayton. I'm looking for a two bedroom flat or apartment in the inner south east, preferably within 30 minutes public transport travel from Monash Uni/ hospital, Alfred Hospital and east Melbourne hospital precinct. I enjoy my work and study which really rules my life. If I get the chance I love a decent glass of wine whilst watching Harry Potter or playing a board game with a couple of friends. I'm clean, tidy, quiet and a great cook. I have a 3 year old tortoiseshell fur-baby (cat) Lola who is impeccably well trained, loves to bath or shower and lives for stealing peoples blankets for cuddles.
I am very friendly, very clean and I enjoy being active going to the gym, taking a walk and getting to know people. I am a student nurse in my final year of completion. I work part-time as a health worker in aged care.