Please Note: Move in date from mid-end May 2018. About Me: I'm a professional male who has shared for over 10 years (Gold Coast, (uni days), Canberra and Melbourne). I'm looking for a sociable house, but also like my own space/quiet time when needed, as I'm also studying my Masters PT. I'm returning to Canberra for work and am looking to get out and network.
Hello! I'm a 23-year-old uni student, moving to Canberra from the Sunshine Coast to study at ANU next year. Looking for a friendly, like-minded person to share a flat with in Braddon or somewhere close to uni. Looking for a tidy person who doesn't mind a Netflix binge or having a few drinks over dinner but also appreciates personal space. I keep a busy life as I like to keep active, study full-time and work part-time. I am really easy going and good at being tidy, making margaritas, paying rent on time and respecting others space.
Heyy!! I’m Samrat Saha, an Indian International student pursuing Master in Finance at the Australian National University. I encourage a healthy living environment by my friendly, communicative and cooperative nature. I am a fun loving person & like to socialise with people across the world. I am generally easy going, well-mannered & a very positive person of integrity. Well talking about my hobbies, I perform martial arts and enjoy dancing. I am a sports person and like watching & playing all kind of sports especially football. I encourage cleanliness and also understand the importance of privacy. I sternly believe in ‘Be a giver, not a taker’.
I’m Jorja. 28, and surprise, surprise, a public servant here in Canberra. I’m pretty active, enjoy playing netball, and looking forward to snowboarding soon for winter. Big fan of wine too, and just hanging out watching TV or playing board games. Also, I’ve got a friendly (and gorgeous) 7 year old cat who has lived in with people in my share houses before, and is good with dogs.
Originally from Melbourne, I'm a public servant looking for a homey share house close to work. As a housemate, I'm generally reserved but like to chat and have friends over occasionally. Our idea of fun is board games over coffee. In the week I tend to stay out and keep busy in the evenings, and I usually spend weekends at home doing chores. I might make a bit of noise with my acoustic guitar occasionally, other hobbies are soccer, reading and (surprise) Netflix (not a surprise). I value house etiquette and when everyone shares the load with cleaning and house management. Indeed, I'm at a stage in my life where a pile of dirty dishes bother me. Looking for 6 months or longer, the longer the better I suppose. Happy to answer queries, can be flexible for inspection times :)
Hello! My name is Anuja, I am from Bangalore, India. Currently doing my master's at ANU. I am looking for a place to stay starting in June/July for at least 6 months (will mostly extend that to more than a year). I am looking for a room in a share house/flat. Please get in touch with me if you have anything available or if you just want to know more about me...
Hey! I'm Amanda, 21, originally from Sydney. I'm studying a Master's degree full-time at ANU and working part-time. Looking for a place quiet enough to study but with friendly roommates to chill with. Message me if you're interested!
Reid â€“ Share a house next to Canberra Center. 1 room is available for share in a fully furnished 3 bedroom home in REID. Prefer student. 3 mins walk to CIT. 5 mins walk to Canberra Center. 25 mins walk to ANU. Opposite Glebe Park. Close to shops, restaurant, and bus interchange. Rent is $230/week, including electricity, water, and unlimited Internet. Tenant must be clean, tidy and a non-smoker. No pet. Share cleaning. Bond is 4 weeks rent and rent must be paid in advance. Very welcome for inspection. Contact Al for further information/inspection. Inspection is available from 06/05/2018
I'm an Australian male in his mid-30s who moved back to Canberra a few months ago. I have funding for about 2 years to do research, broadly in the area of sustainability, at the ANU. I'm a quiet but friendly guy happy for a chat or a shared dinner but also respectful of others' personal space. Favourite hobbies are outdoor activities (hiking, skiing, climbing, etc.) and dancing (lindy hop and blues). I am vegetarian but OK with meat being cooked in the same house! I've previously sharehoused in Canberra and Germany. The last couple of years I've been living by myself (in Sweden, where sharehouses are not so common) and while it's nice I do miss having people around!
Hi from Canada (the country of maple syrup, hockey and igloos)! I will be moving to Canberra at the end of August and I am looking for a place to live for 6 months. I will be working at ANU as a postdoctoral research associate, so I am hoping to find a place within walking or biking distance to the university. This will be my first time visiting Australia, so I am hoping to fully experience aussie life :)
Hey flatmate hunters! I'm looking for a flatmate to team up with to find a place. I'm also open to taking a room in an established place. You would be moving in with me, and a 5 month old Border Collie puppy called Pepper. I've lived in Canberra for the past couple of years, working in international affairs. Before that, I was overseas in the UK and Netherlands for a couple of years working with a human rights NGO. Don't judge me, but I'm originally from Adelaide. Being a proud dad to a Border Collie pup keeps me pretty busy. Otherwise, I'm pretty active and love being outdoors - playing sport, camping, hiking, snowboarding (not always well!). I love watching football (round and oval ball), and binging on netflix. I've just finished season 4 of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, so open to suggestions!! What I'm looking for... Ideally I'm looking to team up with one other person to find a 2 or 3 bed place in the inner north or south. As I've got a Border Collie puppy, so I'm looking for somewhere with a reasonable sized (and fully secure) courtyard/backyard, which allows pets and a housemate who likes dogs. I'm willing to pay up to $300pw. I’d like to live in a house that feels more like a home, with someone who's keen to hang out and socialise, but who wont get offended when I occasionally look to chill on my own! I’ve got most of the necessary furniture - though anyone in possession of a washing machine and/or fridgewill be highly regarded! ☺ Give me a shout if you're interested in teaming up to find a flat, or if you think I'd be suitable for your current place! Cheers, Trystan
Hi, we are two friends studying at ANU. We're postgraduate international students and working part-time. Looking for 2 rooms in a house to be shared between 4 people (2 in each room) as We have two other friends searching with us. We are friendly, clean and nice people and wish to find a place within a 20 minute walking distance to ANU.
Hi! I'm a third year ANU student and part-time staffer looking for a sharehouse for when I get back from exchange in July. I'm looking for a friendly and social group of roommates who enjoy having a chat and sharing an occasional meal together, while of course respecting the need for personal space. I'm pretty easygoing, considerate and tidy. I love travel, hiking, the occasional game of tennis and healthy baking. While I'm often quite busy between uni and part-time work, I'm always up to share activities like these when there's time! Move in date flexible :) Feel free to get in touch!
Hi! I'm Roshen from Sri Lanka. I'll be studying at ANU mid-June 2018 onwards and I intend to work on a part-time basis. I have attended few international conferences and have worked with people from different nationalities and cultures, I have been able to move along with them easily. Therefore, I have no trouble in mingling with people from different backgrounds and I am sociable and friendly. I am the sort who won't trouble anyone and prefer helping whenever needed. I value peace of mind and hence, am neat and organized. I love listening to classical music and a fan of swimming.
Hey there! I'm a 21-year-old student looking for accommodation in Canberra's Inner North starting mid/late April. The past six months I've taken a break from ANU to work in Sydney and now I'm thoroughly over the rental prices/lack of cylindrical bus stops and looking to return to the motherland and start studying once again. I'd consider myself pretty easy going and friendly, happy to hang out or give some space, as I am independent and respect others' privacy. I'm conscious of being tidy but not too bothered if others aren't clean freaks. If I'm not studying/working I like going to the gym or the movies, or hanging out at mates' places nearby. Hoping to find some likeminded and friendly people to live with - preferably roomies who don't judge my lacklustre cooking skills and poor taste in reality TV. Looking for something long-term - ideally 12+ months (I'm two years into a double degree, so I'm gonna be here a while!).
I am a 21 year old student from Newcastle with a Netflix Subscription. I'm looking for a place to call home while I complete my International Business degree at ANU. I work a full time job trading commodities so I keep pretty busy. Most of my free time at the gym or playing games. I speak 5 languages and I am learning Arabic in Uni. I'm not a loud person and I don't drink or smoke. I am a car nut and own an Audi RS6 that I love more than most relatives. As such it pains me to park it on the street, underground parking would be ideal. I'd prefer to move into a place as soon as possible but I'm down to team up and get a place with some other people.
Hello! I'm looking to start a new share house around the start of july, and invite keen participants to make contact. Ideally, looking for two others to go house hunting, find a new spacious place, and setup a comfy home for us all. About me : I'm an experienced house-sharer, considerate of others, clean, respectful, social / independent. Creative and inquisitive soul... Enjoy the outdoors, travelling, going on hikes, photography, nature, reading, seeing live music, catching up with friends, music festivals, eating (fairly) healthy. Prefer a nice, relaxed and reasonably quiet household where one can unwind and rest and sleep without interruption. Enjoy reading and listening to music, watching TV some nights (ABC / SBS / Netflix), playing acoustic guitar, tinkering around with creative musical projects, sharing a meal now and then, etc... Home Life : I enjoy social time when living with others but also value my own space. I like to keep things fairly clean, but i'm not a clean freak. Most of my friends are aged in their mid 30s to mid 40s so sharing around that age group would suit. Have basic furniture - couches, fridge, bed, TV, table, etc... If you think we'd be a good fit get in touch! Cheers Anthony.
I have recently graduated from ANU and I currently work part-time in the city. I'm from the South Coast, so love swimming and the beach. I also enjoy reading and going to see some live music when possible. I am a nice, tidy, friendly person who is always up for a chat/dinner/drinks/board games but I also like some time to myself. I currently live in a sharehouse in Ainslie, which I've been in for a few years so I know all the ins-and-outs of shared living and how to have a great time without stepping on toes!
Hi there, I am a final year building design student at CIT and work part-time. I am a relaxed and considerate person. Have already been to some shared houses and pretty much familiar with the rules. I am looking for a room preferably in or around the city but I am comfortable to live almost anywhere in Canberra. Feel free to contact me anytime.
Hi, I am fifty six and get along with people of all ages; most of my friends are in their thirties. I have lived in few share places, with some friends and also did some house-sitting over the last four years. I like to socialise and spend time with friends. I plan to do study next year. In the past I have done counselling, retail, public service work as well as self-publishing five books on Amazon. I like music gigs, art and movies and I guess you could call me a spiritual person. I have been involved in the LGBTQI community and also with the Refugee Action Committee. I am just overcoming chronic fatigue and I have a peripheral vision loss but am quite functional. I hope to find the right people in the right place. Thank you.