Hello! I'm moving to Canberra from Brisbane to begin an APS grad program in Barton. I finished uni in 2016, studying economics and writing. As a housemate, I like to socialise with wine, netflix, cooking and baking - i do a pretty fantastic vego lasagna! I would be working full time, and probably out exploring on my bike or in the national parks most weekends, so i won't be in your hair too much (but if you're also into these things, that would be awesome too). I currently volunteer as a animal handler and creative writer at RSPCA QLD, so I adore animals and will hopefully continue to volunteer somewhere in the ACT. I don't smoke or have any pets. I have a partner who is remaining in QLD, so he would come to stay maybe twice each month. I enjoy keeping a clean home so if you do too that would be perfect. I have a car so parking would be a plus, but not necessary. Let's chat!
My name is Galani and I'm a 31 year old male and I work full time. I enjoy the outdoors, hiking and cycling especially. I am neat, fairly organised and respectful. I appreciate alone time to rest and relax but also quite enjoy socialising over a meal/drink every now and again.
I'm currently studying at the ANU (a Science degree in Biology and Biological Anthropology) and working at a bookstore. I'm quite neat and tidy, and keep pretty busy with study, work, volunteering and hobbies (swing dancing and bouldering). I'm looking for a sharehouse where people respect others' downtime, but are also friendly, and willing to have a chat and hang out from time to time!
Hi there, I'm moving down from Melbourne later this year for grad position and looking for a room in the civic. I'm an outdoor-sy type of person. I love playing and watching all sports. I also enjoy a tough hike/trek on the weekends. As a housemate/person I'm a very laid back guy and not too fussed about anything. I'm very easy to get a long with and you can expect me to be very very clean and respectful of privacy. Feel free to drop a message
Moving to Canberra (from Brisbane) for a project opportunity an looking for a place to stay for the first couple of months before I find a place of my own. I am a pretty easy going bloke who enjoys hanging out with people, outdoor activities (sports, hiking, camping, swimming) and sometimes binge watching Netflix! I will be working full time and will be travelling back to Brisbane every alternate weekend.
I'm from a small country town but moved to Canberra to study :) I have recently been offered a new full time position so I'm looking for some one or some people to share with who are friendly! I'm easy going, don't smoke and will spend the majority of my time working. I'm happy to keep to myself, I'm great with chores, I laugh at stupid things and watch a lot of Netflix. *I am allergic to animals, so no pets is perfect :)*
Young professional moving to Canberra to work on the Light Rail. Looking for house mates that want a clean, quiet place during the week. Looking for friendly people who dont mind a beer and a chat but also respect each others privacy. Will be down the snow most weekends when possible
Canberran born and bred. Have been living overseas for the past 2.5 years and just returned. Full time nurse and part time yoga teacher. I'll give you free health advice and stretches. On weekends I'm usually away or hurtling around Canberra.
My name is Caila, and both myself and my current roommate Zoia are very interested in both rooms up for grabs :) A little about us. I am 26 years old, and a dietitian at The Canberra Hospital, currently working in oncology. I am also, a fellow vegetarian. Zoia is 24 years old, a master's student studying primitology at ANU, and has an undergraduate in Zoology. Safe to say, we are both massive animal lovers, both love runs around the lake, appreciate a good beer after work every now and then. We often cook up magnificent meals together and genuinely love each others company and meeting new interesting people.
Hi! Update, 20th Sep: Still Looking for a place. I'm Rajith, a PhD scholar at ANU. I'm 25, Sri Lankan, quite social and love cooking! Pet friendly! Actually it's a plus if you have a doggo or a cat whose love I can share! Looking for a place close to the city in a social shared flat with friendly and tidy people. (and pets!) I don't mind sharing with either students or workers. Open minded, and keen to live with similar people. I speak English, Spanish, Sinhalese and German. Can move in anytime - would need at least one month notice to move from current place. Get in touch! Cheers, Rajith
Moving from Sydney to Canberra to start a graduate program in January 2018. Looking for people to share accommodation with, preferably near to Kingston. I am a very easy-going and organised person. I love to have a laugh. I enjoy sport/gym, cafes, and a bit of nextflix. I am neat and tidy, and respectful of others peoples' space. I also enjoy a bit of banter and company. I will be new to Canberra, so it would be nice to find a housemate who has similar interests to me.
I'm currently an undergraduate student studying Political Science at the ANU. My interests include volunteering, reading, binging Netflix shows and the occasional night out. I'd love to live in a more social sharehouse, though I am very respectful of others' space and privacy. I'm clean, responsible, fun and easygoing. Feel free to message me!
I'm super clean, quiet, friendly and considerate of others. I'm moving down from sunny Brisbane in Queensland to set up life in Canberra. I will be working 2 part-time jobs and studying nutrition and sports science at the University of Canberra. My favourite things in accommodation is air and light and in my flatmates I REALLY appreciate cleanliness and kindness. I'm pretty outdoorsy and live and eat relatively healthy.
I'm moving to Canberra in January to begin work as a 2018 APS grad. I'll be finishing up my psychology degree in Newcastle at the end of this year, then travelling for a few months and moving down in January. Interested in meeting new people, getting to know Canberra, playing sports etc. I'm looking to a find a place within walking/cycling distance to Civic and ideally close to shops, restaurants. Prefer a place where everyone is clean and tidy, friendly, chill etc.
Easy going, respect others, clean and tidy. Study and work full time. Cooking, chats, socializing, languages, other cultures, quite time (me time your time) Flexible on rent and areas. Ideally looking to team up with another one person, I have furniture and can be used in the house. Flick me a message if you have any questions
Hi there, I'm Mel from Melbourne. I'm moving to Canberra beginning of 2018 for a graduate program in the public sector. I studied a double degree of Commerce/Law in Melbourne and I was lucky enough to complete part of my degree overseas in Canada, Switzerland and England. I am very social, love going out with friends and meeting new people. I appreciate good food and wine, and enjoy cooking thoroughly!
Hey there! I’m Janice. Here's a quick summary about me: + I'm a mature-aged postgraduate at ANU. + I taught art in a secondary school for some years + I also worked in an art gallery for a while + I’m from Singapore + I've lived in Australia for almost 3 years + English is my first language but I can converse in Mandarin Chinese too + I'm pretty chill. During the weekends, I mostly hang out at cafes with a couple of close friends in ANU. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Why I'm a good housemate: + Definitely clean and tidy + Most of my cooking are quick and fuss-free and I always clean up after myself after using the kitchen. + I used to be a secondary school teacher for a while, so you could rest assured that I'm responsible. + I'm an ambivert, which means that I'm friendly, cheerful and sociable, but also respectful of people's space and privacy, because I also need quiet time to recharge after a long week at work. + I'm happy to provide you with testimonials from my previous employers and lecturers for you to know me better beforehand. HMU if you have a room for me! :)
Hey, we've recently moved in and are looking for a fourth housemate to fill the spare room. House is located on a quiet street in Reid, an easy walk to the City or cycle to the ANU. House has a rustic feel and lots of natural light and we have a huge backyard with a garden and a herb and veggie patch under construction. Kitchen is large and fully stocked with everything you could need. The rest of the common areas are furnished and we're currently looking to get a larger TV for the lounge. Room for rent is unfurnished but has built-in wardrobes, lots of natural light and will fit a double bed. WiFi is good quality and should be approx $10 a month. Bills split evenly.
Hello! I am a young professional in my late twenties. I am often described as thoughtful, playful, and tolerant by those who know me. I consider myself very tidy, clean, and respectful. I am looking to share a house/flat of mixed gender, ideally with other professionals, but students are fine too. Preferably 3-4 people (including myself). I love animals, so pets are not a problem. (That said, I do not have any pets of my own and won't be bringing or acquiring any). I love good food, outdoors, exploring new places, trying new things, exercise and lead an active lifestyle. Well maybe not as much as those who live in lycra and compete in sports... but I do enjoy the fresh air. I also enjoy being a home body, and would be happy curled up on the couch with a glass of red, playing board games with whomever is up for a chat. I am a clean and organised person, but I don't go nuts with cleaning rosters. I believe we're all capable of pitching in with the cleaning when needed and when it's not inconvenient to do so. That said, I'd prefer not to live in a pig sty. If I sound like the right flatmate to you, shoot me a message, introducing yourself and the other tenants. Thanks! P.S. I do want to be part of a home and get to know you all, not just living with flat mates, however I have a preference to do my own cooking. Happy to participate in house dinners every now and then, especially the spontaneous ones, but I don't want to be committed to three different dinners cooked by three different people each week. My cap for shared dinners is probably once a week i.e. someone different takes a turn to cook every Tuesday, rather than three different people cooking three different days in the same week. P.P.S. I cannot live without a dishwasher. They are the best thing ever invented and I will use it religiously.