Well where do I start!?' I'm the one on the right. Apparently I have no photos of just myself?? I'm from a farm about 4 hrs west of Sydney. I'm really laid back and always up for a beer, a surf or adventure somewhere! I'm very musical and my guitar is one of my most loved past times. I work 8-5 Monday to Friday in the city. Each day I have either rugby or gym so I won't be back home till roughly 8:30 each night. Saturday nights I like to definitely let off some steam but in saying that I'm always respectful of the people I'm living with. Nonetheless I'm super chill and easy to get along with :) Looking for a long term setup either renting a room or teaming up and getting a place. If you want to know more, just shoot me a message :)
I would love to find someone (either female or male not fussed) to get our own place. I already have enough furniture to furnish a place excl your room. A bit about me - I am laid back and enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the working week. I am very flexible in terms of living arrangements just that I need to be near transport to get to work in the City. I love baking and enjoy playing netball. Im looking for something long term Let me know if this sounds appealing to you.
Hi im a 35 year old pom and I work full time as a dog groomer in chatswood tues - sat every week. I love everything animals and being outside. i'm a member of a couple of wine and food groups and love to socialise with friends on weekends, week nights are low key but I do tend to go out towards the end of the week. I love walking and going to the beach, when i'm not out and about I like to watch a movie or read a good book. I'm quiet and a considerate housemate, I respect other peoples privacy and space but also like a good chat with fellow housemates. i'm a non smoker and clean and tidy. i'd prefer to share with females
So it's kinda awfully difficult to just jump into telling somebody why you're fun, or like are you supposed to tell them that you're not fun so that they're more likely to give you a place cause you don't party? #justsharehousethings I'm Toby, I'm a professional musician/tutor and I love a house that smells like Jazz first thing in the morning. My hobbies include listening to hip-hop and wondering how somebody as ethnically ambiguous as myself could have turned out so white, looking at memes and trying to understand the whole "why" behind wine. I'm not the sort of guy who really throws party (legitimately have like 5-10 friends max and I work a lot, but most of them are really good looking and if not, they definitely have nice hair) but I really like going to them so am totally fine if you ever have them going on :) I do also have dope speakers for if a party is ever to be thrown Mostly spend my time at home listening to music/practicing but I can do all of that with headphones on so it won't disturb anybody. I'm a big fan of most animals and totally LGBTQI+ supportive so lowkey please don't ask me to live with you if you're hella transphobic/homophobic/sexist etc. because I'd like to live somewhere I feel comfortable taking my friends back to. No tea no shade, it's just really not my vibe. Kind of a prerequisite that the place has parking available; musicians have an awful lot of gear D: Pretty strictly limited at $300 a week so if your place costs more than this, please only message me if you wanna barter music lessons for discounts in rent. Kinda joking but mostly not really. But yaass, hit me up <3 xoxo Gossip Toby
Hello! I'm a Full time student in their final semester, working full time simultaneously, looking to potentially team up with someone to find a great place! House trained, clean and tidy, and willing to have a few drinks every now and then, whilst giving people the space they need. Come with all the essentials to start a place (fridge, couch, washer, etc) - so a team up would definitely be ideal. If this sounds like something you could potentially deal with, shoot me a message!
ME? I am a 23 year old professional who works full time in the city and loves nature, films and keeping fit. I love coffee and breakfast food so a brunch mate is highly valued! I come with Netflix and Stan (Shhh... it's because I study film on the side!) and are more than happy to join in on communal dinners or post-work drinks! Looking to move late Jan or early Feb. 6 month lease. TEAM UP? If the right place/people catch my eye I am willing to start a new 2-3 room share house too - I have been looking around North Syd, Neutral Bay and Kirribilli for this - I would prefer the larger room but do not need parking, so garage etc, would be yours along with the secondary room. If this sounds good - Let me know and we can team up!
I'm an engineer working in technical marketing. Recently moved to Sydney from Manila but I’m not exactly new to Australia. I'm easy going, clean and very sociable but I like have private time also. I do a bit of photography and filmmaking on the side so I’m pretty much preoccupied on weekdays. Weekends are spent outdoors or hibernating at home. Prefer to find a room in an apartment but I’m also down to team up to start a new lease. I’m flexible with move in dates as I have only a week’s notice period right now. Cheers!
Hi I'm Charlotte! Im 24 and currently in my final semester at uni part-time and working. I love the sun so on my days off am often outside; running, hiking, snorkelling or in a beer garden somewhere...other interests include cinema and live music - im a pretty chill person to live with open-minded, considerate and laid back! I am usually out and about but always down for a chat when im home :) looking for somewhere longterm!
I'm a 30 year old Australian / New Zealander single male who works 9-5 as a software developer in the CBD, looking to move in somewhere not too far from the city around the BEGINNING TO MIDDLE OF FEBRUARY, due to my current sharehouse’s lease expiring. I'm looking for a place with friendly people who like to hang out occasionally, but are also willing to give each other some space. Everyone should be willing to clean up after themselves and be considerate of the other housemates. I'm a quiet easy-going guy, I'm reasonably clean / tidy and I occasionally cook (Less so these days, thanks to Menulog and abundant takeaway joints!). I enjoy a quiet drink or two with a few friends, but I’m definitely not looking for a party house. For sober fun I enjoy video / board gaming with friends or, if I'm on my own, reading, listening to music and watching TV / movies. At the moment I spend most weekends out of town. No shared rooms please. Inspections only possible outside work hours, preferably on weekdays.
A furnished room in a cute three-bedroom cottage is available on a week-by-week basis, two blocks from the train, with the 265 bus stop across the street. You can get to Wynyard in 15 minutes from your front door if you time it right. It's in a freestanding house/cottage with a small front yard, backyard and private deck. (Message me and I'll send you a link to a Youtube clip of it - I can't include a URL in this profile ) There's also a friendly black cat. Looking for someone who will enjoy a glass of wine while watching Netflix every now and then... but please be know this isn't a "party house" ;) There's a cafe two doors down, a couple of restaurants and shops at the train station (2 minutes walk), and a tiny wee beach and a lovely marina a half block away and down some steps. Sorry no couples or siblings or friends sharing the room. >> No exceptions!!! << I should also mention that the property owner has an application before the North Sydney council to redevelop this place. But there's still a lot of permits they need and approval, if granted, is at least six months away "if not longer" (according to property manager). If approval was granted we would have 90 days to find a new place. There's plenty of off-street parking, not that you necessarily need it with the train so close. I haven't bothered to get a residential parking permit ($52/year and available online) as there's a street nearby where you don't need it. Rent is $280 + $25/week for utilities (unlimited internet, Netflix, Fetch TV, water, gas, electric).
Hello :-) I am Lisa, 22 years old and from Germany. I will start working for the Park Hyatt Sydney Hotel in a full-time job from February to August. No shift, weekend or night work! I am very uncomplicated, easy going and have experience with living in a flat share. Living together with locals or international people would both be great!
Hi! I'm French-born, American raised, completing my Honors in Design at UNSW in 2017, and I've lived in Sydney for about 7 years. I'm outgoing, creative, adventurous, and always down for a good laugh. As a flatmate, I'm tidy and clean up after myself, friendly and up for a chat but also respectful of others' space. I really enjoy cooking so a good kitchen is a big plus! During the week I'll mostly be at work/uni/internships so on the weekend I like to catch up with friends and explore what Sydney's got on offer! I'll be getting back to Sydney mid-February and looking for something available soon after, through to November/December 2017 in the Wollstonecraft/Waverton/Crows Nest/North Sydney or Darlinghurst/Surry Hills/Paddington/Potts Point/Redfern area.
Hi! I am a 22 year old Uni Student, starting my Masters of Speech Pathology this year. I have just spent 6 months traveling the world. My interests are the aforementioned expenditure of time (travel), music (triple j-esque), groovy bars, chill nights, cooking and having a laugh. I like bunting and fairy lights around the home, and I like to think I am pretty laid back.
I am about to start my first year of Uni, after travelling and living overseas for the previous two years. I have lived with many different people from all over and adapt easily to any new living place. I fit in easily and am easy-going. I am pretty quiet, i enjoy reading a lot and walking/exploring around wherever i am living. I am very tidy and organised.
Hi all! My name is Cameron, I'm 22 and at the beginning of 2016 moved from Perth to study law at the University of Sydney. I'm moving out of student accommodation and looking to find something in the general vicinity of USYD / transport to USYD. Please note that my move in date is extremely flexible and I'm more interested in securing the right place to live in than what date I start paying rent (i.e. happy for an earlier starting lease!) If you think you may be interested in my spiel on how well house-trained, clean and respectful of everyone's personal space I am - please get in touch!
Hi, My names Victoria, 25 years old & I'd classify myself as an extroverted introvert. I work Full Time in Circular Quay, Sydney as a Sales Manager. Ideally I'm hoping to find a suitable place to move into by March 2017, there's not a huge rush at the moment. This will be my first time living out of home and really want to find the right place to call home. Max $300 rent + bills. Not interested in shared rooms. I'd like to live with people aged between 20 - 30years old. Interested in areas with easy access to public transport (20min max to the city) and preferably with a car park/street parking.
My name is Andrew I’m (soon to be) 27 years old and I’m from Brisbane, and have just moved to Sydney for work. I wor full-time in North Sydney. I got back a few months ago from Living in London for 18 months so love to travel, I’m into sport whether it’s watching or playing it doesn’t really matter to me.
Hi there! We are both responsible, friendly and tidy individuals who are looking for a room large enough to fit a double bed, desk and a wardrobe (built ins and an ensuite are major bonuses!). We are both very easy going and we can be roommates who keep to themselves or roommates to have dinner with! However, we will always be respectful and reliable. We also are both vegetarian but it wouldn't bother us in the slightest if you're not! We would be looking to move early to mid February, but are flexible with the dates! Our ideal place: -close to public transport (walking distance) and shops -laundry -not more than $160 per person per week -bills and internet included (that would be super ideal!) If you need us to bring any furniture, pots and pans or other items to your household just let us know, we'd be happy to help! About us: Dillon, 20 -Recently moved from QLD to NSW -Was studying a Bachelor of Arts and Business at Griffith University but is now currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts and Commerce at Macquarie University -Interests include football and music Vesna, 19 -Born and raised in the Southern Highlands, NSW -Lived in Sydney for 6 months in early 2016 (can provide documents to show you a rental history) -Is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Social Work at Sydney University -interests include horror films and finding the best dumplings possible
Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, moving out to Sydney & working for Hitachi. Nice guy, who's down for good conversation and being active, also don't mind a beer and going out on the weekends. Love to travel and spent 2 1/2 years living in Shanghai before.
Working in regulatory affairs in Epping. Looking for a houseshare without many rules or restrictions with relaxed cool people
Hey! I’m a 21 year old guy working full time in Crows Nest. I’m super chill and easy going,and enjoy being active, just hanging out, going on trips and most outdoorsy things in general. I work in digital marketing (at an agency and as a freelancer) - so sometimes I work long hours depending on my workload - so a relatively quiet and relaxed home during the workweek would be ideal (though I’m not against having a social drink or outing after work). As for the weekend, I don't mind a few casual beers, or just checking out the city and surrounding areas. I strongly appreciate keeping common areas clean (though I’m not that picky). I am fairly social and like to befriend who I live with, but I do like having my own personal space and am looking for someone who shares similar views as this. Ideal housemate would be 19-30 years, somebody who doesn't take themselves (or others) too seriously and doesn't mind a bit of banter.
I'm a young professional that works in the city and looking for something close-by to work. I'm easy going, love to have a chat but also happy to do my own thing. Favourite things to do are traveling, training at the gym, finding new food spots and grabbing some drinks with mates.
Hey! I'm Natalia from Colombia:) I'm an easy going, 28 years old, English student, professional in International Business. I'm looking for a quiet place where I can feel at home, with good energy and interesting people! I'm tidy, pretty clean and I love to socialise. I work full-time in the CBD. I enjoy the beach, reading, music, shopping and I love staying fit and active by doing CrossFit every day at mornings.
Hi, I'm a 24 y/o Chinese girl .I will study English and social work at ACU, so i wanna find a new place near my University and i wanna live with fun friendly people! I also have have a full time job at Little snail rent ,but i usually work at home. I am an easy going person who like cleanliness, respect others space and also fun to hang out with. Usually busy at work and study, when i have free time i will go to gym or beach ,or stay at home to get relax. would be great to become flatmates.
I'm an easy going full time professional moving to Sydney from Brisbane for work (originally from Melbourne). I'm looking for a place to call home and I'm highly respectful of people's personal space, belongings, and I am willing to pull my weight with household chores. I enjoy film & TV, cooking, art, music, games, sport, the outdoors, and keeping active. Ideally I'd like to move somewhere close to where my office will be (in Macquarie Park) and am hoping to stay with people of similar age and interests who I can be friends with.
Hi .. Looking for something homely and long term! I'm originally from Ireland but moved to Sydney about a year ago. I'm currently undertaking a PhD in linguistics at Macquarie university, where I also teach in academic research studies. I'm quite an active person and like to get out and about whenever I can. I'm into sport and music amongst my other things so I like to be sociable and talk and to get know people. I like to explore the city's markets whenever I can and find new places of interest to hang out in. I'm very clean and respective of other people's space but I also like to get to know whoever I'm living with - I like to live in a friendly open living environment, but also enjoy my own time chilling in my room. I occasionally cook but prefer to go out to restaurants with friends or housemates. I'm all about a stress free lifestyle :)
I will be moving to Sydney from Melbourne for a grad program, so I would love to meet some friendly flatmates! I enjoy playing music, swimming and watching AFL (I have accepted the fact that I will have to familiarize myself with this rugby sport while I am in Sydney). As a flatmate, I will be tidy, respectful and easy to communicate with. I am happy to give flatmates their space, but I would be just as pleased to explore Sydney and socialise with them. Looking for a long term stay (quite possibly a year) to move in after the 7th of Feb :)
Hi there, I need to find a private room after coming back from my holiday on 22nd February. I'm in early 30s and working full time in the city. Please inbox me if you have any available room convenient for transport to city. Cheers.
Hi! I am a 23 y/o female looking for a room in Sydney, preferably within walking distance to Surry Hills (though if you think we would get on, feel free to message me regardless!). I work full time as a designer and am looking for a relaxed, but tidy atmosphere to call home. I'd really like to live with people around the same age, but this isn't an absolute. I'm friendly, love getting to know new people, and tend to enjoy laid back bar scenes, getting outdoors, or a lovely night in vs a night out clubbing. I'm neat, respectful, and reliable - you won't have to get on my case over bills! I'm looking for a long term place that's a good fit, and would be open to a slightly earlier start date. Please reach out - I'd be happy to connect over social media!
I'm relocating from Malaysia together with my current company Materialise. I've been working with them for 5 years, and will be taking care of sales for our new office in Sydney. We provide solutions for surgical planning and 3D Printed custom implants and instrumentation. Growing up, I lived in different countries around the world: US, Nigeria, Thailand. Uni in NYC, and then, gave Malaysia a shot as home, but prefer a more diverse city. I cycle, climb, play badminton, and like to explore outdoor, live music, or any eccentric events. Love coffee, and can make great chai, but hopeless at cooking. Though I plan to rectify this in Sydney. I would really love to live in a share apartment where someone has a dog. I'd be happy to help out in taking care of him/her, but can't own a dog myself, since my job has too much travel. I think i'm pretty easy going as a flatmate, and mostly open to criticism to adapt to others living style. I have some unusual taste in music: a variety of world music. It would be great to share, though I'm used to keeping it to myself as well. Looking for a social group of flatmates, since I don't like the idea of isolating myself in my room.