I'm easy going and sociable, although I also like having some time to myself. Clean and respectful. Moving from Adelaide as an APS grad.
Hi, I’m Nikita. I’m moving to Canberra from Melbourne, Victoria to work full-time. Neat, clean, peaceful and courteous girl. I’ve got good rental payment records in all places I’ve lived at. Have been in a number of shared accommodations, hence I’m adaptive and considerate. Looking for a nice and bright place with kind and lovely housemates. Looking at moving in asap if the place suits.
Hello! My name is Zina. Ideally, I'm looking to share a place with one other roommate or two if I can have my own ensuite. I am clean and tidy and respect other peoples belongings and space, but also sociable and friendly. I'm looking to share a place with people who share my values in maintaining a tidy environment and who are conscious of not making loud noise at night (for example, throwing parties all the time or playing loud music).
We are both 31. I am a chef and my girlfriend is a student. We both clean up after ourselves and are respectful of others space. Looking to move to Canberra in January.
Hey! My name is Britnee (I was indeed named after britney spears lol), I am a student at UC, canberra born and bred. I just finished up a prep course and am going to be studying Film Production in 2020! I love heels dancing, animals, reading and disney. I try to be environmentally conscious, and I am vegetarian:). I'm clean, mature and easy-going, this is not my first time out of the nest either. I work two jobs also so am a pretty busy gal, I value alone time but I'm really looking for housemates that will be good friends. I love a good girls night or movies night, love a bit of trashy tv (I can also read tarot cards so I'm happy to tell you ya future;), can talk about books for years, and am happy to be a listening ear (I love tea). I would love to have a nice garden and a hammock that's the damn dream. I am considering bringing a much loved cat Banjo (fluffy tuxedo cat, very shy) into the home so if you love animals that's great:), shoot me a message, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or hit up my instagram @britneemary if you want to meet up or chat and see if we can find a great house! 😊 P.s I dont smile in pictures but I promise I'm smiley 😂
Currently Studying Mental Health and working in hospitality as part time! I’m a very chill person to live with and not to much of a hassle! Looking for somewhere to stay for a while, while I continue my studies and eventually get my own place in about a year or less.
Hey! Heather is a organised, clean, flexible, respectful, non smoking, full time student relocating from Wollongong to Canberra. Current casual disability worker and will seek additional work once settled. More than happy to share chores, etc. Ivy is a social, hypoallergenic, roast chicken loving, house trained, four year old indoor cat. Full time snuggler/sunbather. In her spare time she likes to fetch and take Heather for walks in the backyard to roll in the dirt. We’re a fun, friendly and respectful pair 🙂
Working in Canberra but home on the weekends to the Snowy Mountains. Consulting with Deloitte. Ideally looking for 3 to 4 nights a week only and a place to store some stuff in between. Laundry etc will be travelling back and forth with me when I head home. Anyone who has a property that would be happy to be flexible on stays during the week that can provide me with my own room and ensuite bathroom, with shared bills, for around $150 per week (or flex to pay $50 per night for extra stays during the week) would be amazing. I'm 55, easy to live with, tidy and clean and like my own space. I do enjoy a glass (or 2) of wine in the evenings and love cooking too. Back home I have dogs, cats, rescue brumbys and a variety of other horse breeds. Oh, and a husband :-) If you happen to have pets it is an added bonus for me as I will be missing mine !
Belgian student, will be running an internship at ER sports physiotherapy in Canberra and visiting NZ and Australia afterwards. Looking for some roomies to share costs and discover Australia.