Hello my name is Chris. I recently moved from NYC. I will be studying for an MBA at USYD for 18 months. A big priority for me is clean flatmates and flat. I am clean, quiet, and responsible. I am an active and social person so I would ideally prefer roomies I can chill with. Open to male or female flatmates. Thank you.
Hi there, my name is Rick, a Malaysian and I am looking to sublet a private room for rent near UNSW (Randwick, Kingsford or Coogee) for my PhD studies for a 6-month up to a-year lease. I am fun to hang around, play board games, and chill. I am also a clean and a noisy housemate. I hope to hear back from any interested parties that are subletting or would like to share a place with me. I will only be able to start rent when I arrive in Sydney on 29th August. Cheers =)
Hi, I know everybody is looking for the right flatmate and I hope I can find the right place to call home. Who am I? Marketing Manager by day and Travel & Lifestyle blogger every other hour attending events. What am I like? I am a social person when out, but I do like the quiet retreat at home and work on creating content for my website. Do enjoy a bevoir or two and trying to get fit (motivation is required). What am I looking for? My own room and ideally my own bathroom. A city location as I work in Circular Quay and most of my events are around CBD. The question is, who are you looking for and do you think we could be awesome together?
I work full time in the software space. I’m easy going and down to earth. I’m clean and tidy and respect people’s privacy. I currently commute from the coast to the city and it’s now time to make the move to Sydney. I’d you have any questions please don’t hesitate to ask
I'm relocating from the Sunshine Coast QLD to Sydney for work. I work in digital media publishing and will be working Mon-Fri 8-5. I enjoy travelling and fitness. Not a big partier - more of a beers and a BBQ kinda guy. I'm very clean and tidy. I enjoy cooking so I'm happy to help out in the kitchen. I'm an adaptable personality: if you like to keep to yourself, I can do that; if you like to have someone around to talk to, I can do that too. I also have a bit of furniture I can bring with me but only if there's space. I'm interested in Team-ups - I've found a few places of interest but can't afford them solo.
Hey there gals and guys and everyone else! After 6 months of travelling, sailing the tasman, and therefore living on a boat for two months I need a break from the filthy backpacker life and am looking for a nice place in Sydney that has a dry bed, a shower and a toilet flush! 💙 :D I've just recently rearrived here and have been staying in a 12 bed dorm in Surry hills for the last few weeks. So not to be super posh here or anything but I am sooo ready for some privacy after half a year which is why I'd really love my own room somewhere! Absolutely perfect would be if it was in a shared flat thats already equipped with internet, furniture and chill people. :D I have loads of experience with shared flats from 2 to 14 people, I like to drink, smoke and rage but I also love myself a chill Netflix night in or a can of coffee accompanied with weird BS conversations for the weekend. ✨ At the end of the day noones gonna make this decision based on a 3 page profile so honestly just hmu, let's get a drink and see how everything works out from there! Working 9-5 atm so weekend or evening are best for me! All the best, Judes :)
Hey there you beautiful human, I'm moving to Sydney from Melbourne on the 15th of August for a graduate program in the inner CBD. I'm a fresh graduate from the University of Melbourne. My hobbies include going through food blogs, camping, travelling, binge-watching Netflix and, brrrrunnnch ahahah. I prefer some downtime for my self on the weekends buuuut, I can solemnly swear that I will not and, shall never be opposed to some cheeky wine and cheese nights with youuuuu/ y'all. I'm extremely organized and clean, but not OCD. Would really love a room with a view and some sunlight. Quite respectful towards others and their privacy. Hoping to find some like-minded housemate/s, so if hmu if you think I'd be a good fit for your home. x
Hi, I´m a 22-year old Swedish exchange student who is studying at the University of Sydney. I love all kind of sports and working out. During weekends I like to go surfing or just hang out at the beach. Would love to share an apartment with other people, and I´m fine with sharing a room with other/-s. Please contact me if you have a room to rent, or if you just want to know more about me. Best regards Jakob
I'm a clean, tidy and respectful 20-something professional. I have lived at home all my life with super-tidy and clean parents and have been working for a couple years now. I'm a part-time uni student and professional and work in Sydney CBD in advertising. After work or uni i love to grab a bite to eat, a drink or or come home and relax. On the weekends i'll be out in the sunshine with friends, getting brunch, doing uni work or cleaning at home! Ideally would be until the end of November (~3 months) looking to move at the earliest convenience. I'd love to find a place thats close to transport, with like-minded people!
Hi guys I‘m a Swiss national currently studying law at Sydney Uni until December of this year. I am an easy going and active person (both regarding workouts/sports as well as going out) but enjoy calm evenings just as much. I am tidy and respectful regarding the privacy of my flatmates but can't cook (I am good at ordering food in though :)). If you think we could be a good fit let me know. Cheers Sebastian
I'm 33, work full-time in recruitment/HR, like to make the most of weekends, whether that be doing something active, cultural, finding new drinking and eating spots, and of course just chilling from time-to-time. Love music and live gigs, into sports, cycling, and the odd culture fix. I'm very easygoing, tidy and ideally looking for a place with flatmates that are up for a bit of banter and drinks/food every so often as well.
I come from a very diverse background. I have lived in Sydney since May. I am currently staying in Annandale. Am a working professional - management consultant in the CBD. Chemical Engineer by qualification.
Hi :) I'm working in a big 4 professional services firm (KPMG). I'm an easy going friendly guy who cleans up after myself. I'l generally be working long hours as such I'll be home late on most week days. I'm looking to for a place to call my home and sanctuary where I can rest and recuperate when I get back from work (no parties on weekdays etc). I'll be new to Sydney and I look forward to building friendships with other housemates :)
Hey! My name is Taylor, I’m 26 and I’m a lawyer (don't hold that against me!). I’m looking to move out into a sharehouse in Sydney. I enjoy coffee, wine, travel, politics and spending time with family & friends.
Hi, I'm Steph! I am a 23 year old American. I am a pretty neat person and like to be organised, especially in shared living spaces. I live a pretty active lifestyle and like to run on my free time. I am a full time student at Macquarie studying for my Masters in Counterterrorism. I am an events and marketing coordinator working in the CBD. I am incredibly busy during the week so you will most likely never see me mon-fri. The place I currently live in is sadly being demolished so I need to find a new place!
Hi Everyone, My name is Annabel. I am looking for a short-term place for 8 weeks from September 8th to November 1st. I am clean, social and energetic. I have a busy career and would like to live someone who is a professional too perhaps in the late 20s/30s. Not interested in party home/backpackers/messy people. Look forward to hearing from you.
Grad architect looking for own room team ups. 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 big items such as a car, a mattress, and a big cork table so preferably not furnished, and a flat driveway for my car. Speaks Mandarin and Malay and some other useless dialects too. Career driven, I'm always busy with something work related, but don't mind the occasional hang outs or drinks. I'm also flexible with the location, as long as it is not too far away from public transport.
hey! my name is drew and i recently moved to sydney from london on a working holiday visa. i just got a new job at a marketing agency who are happy to sponsor me, and so i'm looking for a place to live more permanently. i'm a pretty social guy and love cooking dinner for or with my flatmates. equally, i like my own company and enjoy spending an evening chilling alone sometimes, too. i'm into travel, swimming, yoga, running, cooking, going out to eat or dance and obviously wasting entire weekends watching netflix. my idea of a great place to live is somewhere comfortable, kind, respectful, open and happy. hit me up if you think we'd live well together!