Hi, I'm a Brazilian student. I live in Rio de Janeiro and I'm going to Sydney to study English. I am calm, friendly and I'm super excited to meeting new people and making new friends.
Hi everyone, my name is Catalina and I am very excited to travel to Australia. My husband Julian and I are a couple for more than 4 years. We are going to Sydney to study and work. We are very clean, hardworking, friendly and easy-going guys who want to share with others. As a Nurse, and my husband as a Civil Engineer, want to know others and share our experiences. We love mingling with others, sports, travelling, outdoor activities, cooking and more. Therefore, we hope to find an outstanding place to stay to fit our necessities (we are looking a double bedroom so we can live together for a month, and maybe more time). If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to ask us. We are available at any time. We will arrive on Saturday, November 24. So, if you guys know a good place please let us know. We can adapt to many circumstances; however, we prefer non-smoking and non-party places near between manly beach and the town hall. Thank you so much and we hope to meet you guys soon 😊
Hello, We are a Turkish couple and our names are Ozan and Ceren. We are 25 years old and we will stay in Sydney for at least a year for educational purposes. Beside education, we will work full time too. We are clean, friendly and quiet couple. We respect others privacy as well. We don't smoke or don't have pet. We'd like to rent the room from December to June. Let us know what you think, best regards.
Hi I'm Gilad 36 yo, arrived in Sydney on a relocation from work one month ago. Will be happy to find a place to live with people in my age or about. I'm very quite and working most of the time.
*My preferred length of stay is flexible* Friends say I am easy-going. I enjoy discussing the news, great places to visit or having a laugh. I'm not really a party person, I'd rather spend the day at the beach or exploring somewhere new. I prefer a peaceful, tidy home and tend to clean things up as I go. I can cook and happy to make a meal or two for others during the week. I also have a few side projects so I am very comfortable giving others plenty of space. I'm pretty good at reading social signals and going with the flow. I run a small Digital business so I'm organised and pay bills on time. My interests include Blockchain, Arts, Travel, Food, Comedy and Health. I look forward to meeting you.
We’re looking for a nice and tidy place to live in Neutral Bay and Mosman area. We are Brazilians who work and study, we don’t like parties but we are sociable. We prefer a place with non-smokers. If you have a place suitable for us we would love hear from you :)
*****Please do not call me on my phone. Reachout to me for a discussion and then we will decide a time suitable to both of us**** My name is Sunpreet, but you may call me Sunny. I am 29 and I am working towards my Ph. D here in Sydney. I am a research scholar and have earned a prestigious scholarship from the government to pursue my Ph.D. I am also teaching at the University and have a part-time job on top of it. So I am quite occupied. Originally in am from north India but have been living in London for almost 6 years before moving to Australia. I am a non-smoker and a vegetarian 🌱. I am not loud and respect the privacy of people. I like to keep the property nice and tidy. I will like to live with someone who has a similar inclination. Kind regards Sunny
• 28 year old IT Professional • Working full time in North Sydney • Moving up from Melbourne • Looking for a place that must have fast reliable internet • Looking for a place that is approx 15 minutes walking distance from office • Need to move in early January • Non smoker • Non drinker • Have a HTC Vive • Dot points!
Hey, I'm a 24-year-old Music Producer moving to Sydney from England on a Working Holiday Visa 21st November. Staying in a hostel for two weeks, so will be able to move in somewhere 6th December! I'm a Clean, Tidy & Easy-going guy. I like to have fun and socialise, but also enjoy my own space as well. Looking forward to meeting new people, and the right people to start my Australian journey with!
Hey!! I am Neeelakshi, a 29 year old girl who recently moved to Sydney and working as a full time software engineer in the CBD. I am looking for a private room (preferably near north Sydney, kiribilli area, can go a little beyond). I will be mostly occupied with my 8 to 6 job during the week, and my weekends are all about activities like dancing, yoga, attending meet-ups , socialising and exploring the new city mostly. And if not that, you’ll find me with a piece of canvas filling colours. I am looking for a clean and tidy place( coackroach free to be specific, they scare the hell out of me), and a place I can call home and would love to come back to. Let me know if you are looking to rent out a private room or would wanna team up and set up a home :)
I’ve just come home to Sydney after almost 3 years in South America working as a tour leader. I’ve, somewhat astonishingly, landed an awesome job in the city working for a luxury travel company. It's brilliant. It involves a bit of international travel so I may disappear from time to time. In terms of being a housemate? Well I’ve shared hotel rooms with my plutonic male colleagues for the last 3 years whilst working together 24/7 so I reckon I’ve got the old privacy vs socialising thing down pat. I’m not a total neat freak but I’m also not a slob. I reckon common areas should be kept clean and tidy - particularly the bathroom (that's my number one thing). I love cooking and will no doubt offer to cook a full Sunday roast on occasion. Terrible chick flicks are my guilty pleasure but I’m also up for films that require more than two brain cells. I’m revelling in the chance to go to the gym regularly and have an actual social life. I’ve been away from Sydney for a few years so I’m keen to explore what’s going on. I'm looking for a couple of people to set up a new home on the lower north shore. I dont want a long commute to work (CBD) and i want to be close to the harbour. I'll never afford a house in a harbourside suburb so i may as well rent one while i can! I'd prefer a new place than an existing share house. I've noticed rents have dropped dramatically in recent months. What sort of house am I looking for? I’m after a friendly house that feels like a home. I’d like to be friends rather than people who share an address. I don’t want people who hide in their rooms all the time. We obviously wouldnt do everything together but it would be nice to hang out - BBQs, beers down the pub, perhaps trivia (I’m a trivia whiz!) every now and then. Basically I would prefer a dynamic where we share and care about each other’s lives a little bit. And if you use some of my milk or bread when you’re running low that’s all good too. I don’t mind if your visiting mate crashes on the sofa for a couple of days or if you have friends drop by for a few drinks. Looking to move after christmas/january time but keen to get something set up beforehand. Let me know if you think we're a good match and we can grab a beer and chat. Cheers
Hi - Ben is my name Thailand has kept me busy for the past 9 years; I've been growing a clean-energy project development company and creating a clean-ing consultancy- I lived in Sydney for 8 years prior (Waverton) and am now returning for a short while to focus on my Australian business - an environmental creative agency. While most people perceive me as "the guy that works all the time" I do shut-down business periodically and talk about the weather. Eating - Smart food macros - subscribe partially to a ketogenic lifetyle (if there is such a thing), don't smoke yet can't seem to kick the red wine addiction at the end of the day/night as a form of sedative. * From NZ * Have a freekin amazing 10yr old daughter and partner (shes not 10!) both remaining in Thailand for the moment. That's me :-)
I'm Sharon. My background is Indian. I'm friendly, flexible and fun loving. I recently finished my exams. I love learning and experiencing new stuffs. I like to watch anime and movies, and play game to relax.
I am a bachelors student at UTS studying software engineering. I'm a clean and tidy person in general. I enjoy home cooking but also know how to leave a clean kitchen. I am respectful to private life and personal limits of my flatmates as long as they respect mine. But it is also fine for me to socialize with them. As a bachelors student I enjoy occasional partying but definitely away from where I live, so you don't have to worry about that. Lastly, I would definitely enjoy intellectual chats with my flatmates but not a requirement of course.
Likes - Cleanliness, air perfumes, and organised homes. Dislikes - Too much of noise, bad smell, messy kitchen or living room, and unreasonable people. Not a binge drinker but don't mind talking and sharing few drinks. Very easy going and well organised. Goes without saying I am looking for a flatmate who stays tidy, respects others, doesn't play loud music and parties every week at home but is not boring either ;), and of course an adult who goes to a full time "real" job that makes him/her logical thinker and a good team player. (sorry writing this because of an old experience). I like watching Netflix or spending time on my laptop, going out on the weekends, and cooking and sharing when I have time. I usually cook once or twice a week. I work at one of the Big 4 Banks as an analyst and strategist, so my fatigue brain appreciates a glass of wine, good chat and laugh with my house mate. :) Please feel free to contact.