My name is Jinny working full time at child care. Recently moved to Canberra from Brisbane. And i am from south south Korea. I am a dog lover and like cooking drinking watching drama movies hanging out with people learning new languages.
Son Thai. 51 years old male software engineer. Work Mon-Fri in Canberra and go to Sydney on weekends. I only stay in Canberra 4 nights per week, usually getting home late. I am clean, tidy, don't usually cook (I use the microwave mostly). I work and study so would not make much noises. I am a non-smoker and have no pets; I expect my flatmate to be also a non-smoker and have no pets (i.e. dogs, cats). Details from other fields in case you have not noticed: Move in date 12-th September 2018. Subburbs: Kingston, Fyshwick, Griffith, Narabundah. Need to have internet connection available. No car so don't need a parking space, except on moving days.
Coming across to Canberra to join the public service after studying in Sydney. I've lived in share houses in Sydney and in Munich, Germany where I did an internship so I'm well house-trained and also love meeting new flatmates. I'm independent but also enjoy a fun, friendly and relaxed household where we can occasionally go out for meals/movie/netflix binge. I am also more than happy to leave people to their own space as well - highly adaptable.
I’m positive, outgoing and super friendly. I’m into yoga, great conversations and I love to cook! I am a solicitor who has a passion for social justice. I am currently working in Indigenous Affairs Strategic Policy. I am vegetarian, sustainbly conscious and shop at the markets on the weekend. Would like to live with housemates who are recycling and composting too :) I would love to share a cottage style house, with French windows (one can dream!) and a small garden. I am ideally looking for a studio or to share with one other. I am open to a 3 person sharehouse if it’s the right fit! Having lived in a number of sharehouses, I’m considerate of others’ space and am looking for a home that is a cosy sanctuary respected by all.
Hi, I'm new to Canberra after moving from QLD. I'm an electrical engineer (Dr Brad) with a full time job. I've lived in share accommodation most of my adult life so know what it takes to make a great share house. Outside of work I enjoy a coffee and keeping fit. Im just a down to earth bloke looking for similar flatmates.
Hi! I am looking to move out of my parents place again. Moved back to Canberra after being in Melbourne for 3 years. I work full time at a law firm and study law at UC part time. When i am home i am studying or cooking. I am looking all over Canberra, i work in the City and Uni is in Belco, but i am living in Jerrabomberra currently. I have a cat (2 years old, lovely, big boy) and also a dog (mini fox terrier, 1 year old, full of energy). Cat is indoors at night, on my bed or the couch and outdoors during the day. Dog is the same, back yard preferably so she can play during the day. i then take her for walks every night and on the weekends. She is trained and doesn't make a mess. Just wants cuddles and to pay tug of war! Looking for a 2-3 bedroom house with ultimately my own bathroom. A house mate that is clean and tidy and doesn't mind if i have my boyfriend over a few nights a week. I am an Australian girl, 23, a hard working professional and will keep the house tidy. I am not a vegetarian but not opposed to someone that is. I am LGBT friendly. Don't mind if you smoke outside. Let me know if you have any questions!
I'm looking for a nice home to share with someone equally as considerate, tidy and quiet at night. I'm a working professional and recently moved to Canberra. I'm reliable with rent & bills, I cook occasionally and keep busy with hobbies and keep fit. I need a LUG or drive way for my car, a largish room for my queen bed, and space for my desk. I'm hoping to share with another professional with standards. I can't live with night shift workers or students sorry. I'm open to an occasional film, drink or share a meal and chat.
Hi all! I moved to Canberra beginning of this year for work and I'm enjoying this city so far! My lease is coming up in August and I'm keen to find a house for myself and my dog, somewhere a bit closer to work than I currently live. I work full time and on weekends you can find me exploring Canberra's hiking trails, pampering my dog or playing video games.
We would like to rent a private room ensuite unfurnished for 12 months starting between 31/08/18 and 10/09/18. About us: Paulo (39, public servant, loves soccer) Fernanda (38, student, between jobs, loves movies and tv series) Married for 11 years, no kids, no smokers, no pets. We are very tidy and clean, and we have inspection reports proving it.
Hey, I'm Cameron. I'm working full time as an engineer in the East of the ACT and am looking for an unfurnished room in a great sharehouse to move into. I've lived in a sharehouse before (can give you references), and I'll keep the place reasonably tidy and pitch in for chores. I'm keen for housemates who will give me my own space, but whom I'll also get to know and hang out with from time to time. I'll do what I can to make sharing a house together work, and I expect the same from my prospective housemates. I'm sensible, reliable, and will keep things pretty neat. I enjoy nerdy stuff like books and board games, but I also enjoy good conversations, getting out among some good scenery, and am keen to get out and explore our illustrious capital more. Maybe I'd be up to join in with some social sport. I would prefer to share with 2-3 others, but may consider alternatives. It's important that I meet all of the current housemates first. Also, I'm not interested in sharing with any couples (sorry!). The house will be big enough that I am able to have space from other people when I need it - whether or not much of that space is in my room. I also have some furniture (some of which can be gotten rid of). Keen to team up and rent a new place? I'm interested. Preferably 2 other people for somewhere in South Canberra. Like what you see, but more questions? Don't hesitate to ask!
I'm a 27 year old professional who works full time, whilst studying law part-time by distance. In my limited spare time I like to sit back with a good movie, game; but am also keen on a cheeky wine and a chat from time to time.
Hi, I'm a 27yr old graduate architect working full-time in the city. I enjoy creative arts, food, various sports and the outdoors, and love disappearing to go snowboarding most winter weekends. I am easy going, respectful and considerate, and can appreciate quiet nights in, as well as enjoy a night out in town. Ideally looking for something central so i can ride or walk to work. Let me know if i fit in with what you're looking for.
Hi! I am Katja, a 24-year-old young professional from Finland. I am moving to Canberra in mid-September until late December and I am looking for a place to stay. What I am looking for: -Place close to Yarralumla -Furnished room and clean apartment with internet (Bed is a must, I don't need much besides that) -Fun and respectful flatmates (No pets, as I am unfortunately allergic) What you will get: I am respectful, responsible and tidy, do my part of common housework and enjoy hanging around with new people. My hobbies include reading, travelling, and I also love to try out new sports, games, and cuisine. I have lived in Canada for half a year in 2017, so I have experience of living abroad with multiple roommates from different cultures. Feel free to send me a message if you have any questions/possible room to offer! Hope to hear from you soon! :)
Quiet and self contained, outdoor smoker. I have an outside dog, German Shepherd cross. I have a project car, but having a lock up garage for me to work on the car is a nice to have, not necessarily a need to have
Quiet mature postgraduate student seeks short term stay accommodation for upto 3 months whilst undertaking a government internship.
I'm a current honours student at ANU studying Psychology and working part time in functions. I'm open to pretty much any housing situation. In my spare time I enjoy reading, the gym and the odd video game.
I've shared houses with enough people to know it's not always simple. I'm old enough to know we all need some space and young enough to enjoy life. I work 5 days a week and commute to the coast on weekends, so not around much, but enjoy a chat when there is time.