Hi there, I'm Kiah, I am living in Sydney at the moment in an awesome apartment, studying and working. I'm relocating to Canberra and would like to find a great new place to call home for the next 6 months to a year, or more. I'm very tidy, clean and organised. I enjoy being social with my housemates and value quiet time at home, also love to have personal space/privacy and completely respect yours. I'd like to move around early-mid July. Please message if you'd like to get in contact.
I am a registered nurse at Calvary John James, have a busy lifestyle, very clean and tidy. Looking for a one bed flat or granny flat preferably in South Canberra. Don't mind sharing as long as i can have an ensuit or own bathroom.
Hi! We are Jeanette and Pontus a couple from Sweden, 23y/o, looking for a place to stay from August to mid/end of November. We are coming down to Canberra because Pontus will be studying at the University in Bruce for a couple of months while I will be working as a professional chef. We are both calm, tidy and social, non smokers.
We are a very nice, friendly, clean, tidy, responsible and also respectful of other's privacy. We are in our mid twenties. Thang will be finishing his PhD in Engineering in September and soon to be a full time researcher. I will be a postgrad student at ANU for 2 years. We are moving from Cambridge, UK to Canberra in July and hope to find a room (en suit is ideal or share bathroom with another person is fine) to share in an established apartment/ flat/ house (maximum 2-3 bedrooms). Or maybe we would like to team up with 1 or 2 people to share a 2-3 bedrooms apartment. We love travelling and have lived and been to many countries around the world, therefore we have lots of experience in sharing different cultures and lifestyles. I personally love cooking and doing craft (DIY), reading. We like keeping fit so we often go out for a run or a walk, go to gym and Thang plays soccer. We would love to sometimes share meals with others and have good chat in our spare time. We also consider to share the place with people who are friendly but do respect other's privacy, do not party and maybe someone we can become friends to hang out with rather than just housemates :D. We usually keep and clean our place very tidy and clean and possibly make it a place called home. Thang is from Adelaide and I am from Melbourne. We are very reliable, trustworthy people and make sure we pay rent on time. If you are interested, please imessage me (as I am still in the UK until 11th July) or email me via my email address.
I'm a genuine and down-to-earth person who is easy to get along with and will respect everyone's privacy. I will be starting full-time studying at ANU in July. Love singing, hanging out, watching TV, working out, playing video game, or any other sports activity.
I'm about to start my masters. When I'm not studying I'm having fun with my mates, playing footy, surfing or fly fishing. I've lived in share houses for a couple of years now. I know the importance of keeping quiet, not making a mess and how to have fun living with others.
Hey there! Moving out of my sharehouse in Hackett in July and looking for a room with some cool people :) Reasons why I reckon I'm great to live with: 1) Love to have conversations about everything. Seriously, from history/political events to the pineapple pizza debate (pro-pineapple btw), just pick a topic and go. 2) Aires; this month I will find a new beginning, so that's something 3) Banter game strong 4) Own a BBQ and cook some mean burgers (American mother, it's in my blood); can lend it to my friend if there's no space as well, no dramas. 5) Lived overseas (HK and Taiwan) for a collective 10 years before moving back to Australia for uni 6) Play a little bit of bass so any drummers/musicians in the house holla at your boy and lets jam 7) Spag bog is also in the repertoire 8) I'm very tall (can reach high shelves on request) 9) Mediocre at all things video game related 10) Board game fanatic (if you play chess, I'll wanna play all the time) 11) Queenslander I've lived in a few sharehouses before so I'm pretty well versed on the general etiquette (clean/tidy), but also know that each place is different and will go in with an open mind, keen to make some friends out of it cause if you can't be friends with the people you live with then that's just sucky. Send me a message if you think we'd get along and we can have a chat over a coffee/wine! Flexible with move in dates past July 1st
I'm Narendiran from India. I'm moving to Canberra for my post graduate at the Australian National University. Non smoker, friendly person, interested in sports, photography, travel and foodie. Looking for rooms/share house/Home stay, budget $200 including bills.
I'd like to think that I'm pretty easy to get along with. I like reading, writing, tabletop roleplaying, board games, movies ... Loads of stuff, really. I'll be cooking a decent amount too, so I'm definitely down for making an extra portion or two for whoever's staying with me. I grew up in a family of women, so if you need someone to carry your shopping bags for you on a Saturday afternoon, I'm your man. Also will take part in skincare routines daily.
I'm a young professional moving to Canberra from Perth to start a new role at EY. This will keep me pretty busy and allow you plenty of personal time and space. Given I'll be new to town I'm definitely looking to make some new friends. I love brunch, playing/watching sport and Netflix. Please get in touch if you're looking for a new housemate and think I'd be a good fit :) Brendan
I'm 23 and just finishing up my degree. Working part time at the moment, and about to start working full-time at the end of the year. I love to travel and am searching for a place to live in August when I get back from a year in America and Europe. In my spare time I love to go out with friends, do brunch, drink wine, play video games, and watch trashy TV. I love animals, especially dogs, and would prefer a pet-friendly house (although I don't have any pets just yet). I am friendly and easygoing, and would love an environment I can relax in but can also have fun with everyone when we feel like it. I'm looking for flatmates to become a little family with seeing as I don't know that many people in Canberra any more. I'd love to either join a current house or start a new house with like-minded people. I'm looking for a preferably mixed-gender house full of people who would be happy to have a chat after work and share some wines over dinner. I also love to bake desserts so would love people who would eat what I bake so I don't end up eating it all myself! Please feel free to send me a message if you'd be interested in living together
I'm 23 and about to become a student (again!) at ANU. I like a beer and a chat, but also enjoy reading, craft, hiking and doing my own thing. I always do my share of the housework, but I'm not obsessively clean. I'm also vego, but am perfectly happy to live with meat-eaters! I'm happy with any rental from six months to a year.
I am set to move into ANU from Sri Lanka for postgraduate work for Semester II in August. My field is English. I am generally a quiet, lowkey type with a sense of privacy and cleanliness. Responsible and caring, as the occasion demands. Into literature and the arts. Good at maintaining boundaries, while being friendly. Interested in flatmates with similar or dissimilar interests.
Hello! I'm Marion, I'm 25 years old and will be working as a French teacher at the Alliance française of Canberra starting July, 17. I come from France and my partner Matthew is an american freelance writer. What is great about us is that we are respectful, clean and nice roommates who love to cook!
Looking for some cool peeps to live with! Work in Civic so inner North would be great, but I'm fairly flexible. :) About me: - Moved the Canberra from Brisbane in August - INTJ - Tidy, but not OCD clean - Reliable with bills etc - Bearded - Chill AF - Not adverse to a couple of wines after work (and a few more on weekends) Who I’m looking to live with: - Preferably more than just one other person. But I don't mind living with just one person either. - People who are fun - People who are relaxed - People who are open to hanging out occasionally Place I’m looking for: - Location wise I’m looking at Civic, Inner North and anywhere close to Civic really. - Furnished (I’ve only got my own bedroom furniture as well as some kitchen stuff) - Heating/cooling (preferable) - Own bathroom (preferable) - Parking (preferable) - Built in wardrobe (preferable) - Internet Access (MUST) I'm pretty flexible around the place I live so if I sound like someone you could live with, and your place sounds perfect for me, let me know! The bf usually sleeps over a few nights a week so you'd need to be cool with that too 🏳️🌈 :) Cheers Luke
Hello, I am a tidy and quiet person, and I enjoy chatting with people. I am a professional structural engineer. I like watching movies and documentaries, playing computer games and do exercise. I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of $250 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thank you
i am Vivek, i am 22 male from India, I am easy going, simple and like to keep my place nice and tidy. I am coming to canberra this july to follow my passion for engineering in ANU. To describe my passion for engineering, I have 3 PATENTS and 2 Research Papers and many other achievements. I might sound nerd but i am not , to be honest I hate Studies and wish things would be more practical (not in India) than theoretical. I love to workout daily no matter what time of the day. Though, I am not a foodie or know how to cook but i am learning as i have just a month left for Australia and started cooking at-least for myself. i know only two languages Hindi and English.
I am a software developer working full time in the city. I currently live on campus at the ANU and looking to move out on or around the 15th of July as will be graduating. I am looking for long term accommodation options (at least 6 months). I don't smoke, have any pets, and I'm not the party type, or noisy. I'm clean and like a tidy home. I'm also friendly, down to earth, and likable. I like to have some personal space when I'm busy, and I respect that of others. That being said, I do like hanging out and watching Netflix or playing board-games. I also don't mind having a glass of wine and some dinner from time to time.
I'm a 30 year old woman from Slovenia. I am moving to Canberra to work as an astronomer at the observatory. I am looking for a private room in a shared house, preferably with a garden, from mid June. Heating in the room during the winter time is essential. I like to spend my time outside - hiking, cycling, snorkeling, whale watching, stargazing etc. but I also like to read in the garden, play cello (a silent one!), take photos and enjoy interesting conversations. I would very much like to live with people who would not only be my flatmates but also friends who would join me on my adventures, share a meal and go out together now and then.
Justin and I are relocating to Canberra from Brisbane late July- early August. We both are Uni students with employment. We have previously lived in sharehousing before. We would prefer living with people around the mid 20's. We are social, easy going, tidy and respectful of others. Our typical scenes are either relaxing at home for movie nights or out and about in the city. We are looking for a place to rent for 6 months+.
Hey there, I am Can Metan. I'll start my PhD in Computer Science very soon and I'm looking for a place to call home. I am a happy, squeaky clean and a trust-worthy guy. I quite enjoy cooking healthy meals and quite sociable in general. While we can share a glass of wine every now and then, I don't drink every week and I certainly don't smoke. I will be working a lot this year (likely to get a job besides PhD) and I would love to have a roomie that can pull his / her own weight. Looking forward to hear from you! PS: I love both dogs and cats (although I'm allergic to cats) and I would strongly prefer a smoke-free house.
Heya! I'm Sunny, an International Student from the Philippines studying at the Australian National University. I'm currently lodged at a student housing complex, but I'd like to keep my options open and move someplace I can feel more comfortable. I'm a highly flexible ambivert. So depending on your preference, I can either gab with you until sunrise about any and all topics, or not disturb you at all for weeks and weeks. I'm very stringent with maintaining the neatness of my personal space, but I'm low-maintenance with everything else and never complain about anything. I also hate being an inconvenience, so you can trust me to do everything I can to help with household chores and make the atmosphere of the place more comfortable for everyone involved. If you end up considering me for your place, thanks in advance!