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Arul30 yrsHello, my name is Arul, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 200 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Arul...
Darrin25 yrsHi, I'm an upcoming new student for Masters of Architecture from Canada. I would only study late at night and will be attempting to cook for myself (us, if you want!)...
EttOre26 yrsHello, my name is EttOre, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 200 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, EttOre...
Ramon27 yrsI'm looking for a doble room next to the City for $350,00 a week....
Casie Burr25 yrsIm a physical therapy student coming to Australia for a final internship! I am pretty easy going and relaxed and am looking to explore the city and the country while I can. As a ro...
Thania19 yrsHello! I am very friendly and open. I love a good time out but also enjoy chilled, relax nights with my dog, cat and Netflix. I am neat and clean. I am planning to be in Sydney b...
Mônica28 yrsHi everyone, i'm 27 years old and also i'm student that work part time monday to friday. I looking for a single room in a house or apartament that will be my new sweet home, :) c...
Aimee41 yrsHello, my name is Aimee, I'm looking for a flatshare and have a budget of 290 per week. If you are interested in my profile, please get in touch. Thanks, Aimee...
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Sitting on the east coast, the city is home to iconic architecture like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. With the blooming Royal Botanical Garden and a total of 15 parks within the city, there are plenty of green spaces to get away from it all. This growing metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour and expands out to border the Blue Mountains. With a strong economy, business is booming in this city which has a strong financial sector attracting a high number of professional flatmates. A transport network of trains, light rail, buses and ferries provides good connections across the sprawling city which covers over 12,000 square kilometres. This is the city for multiculturalism, with a vibrant international flatmate scene. 34 percent of the residents of Sydney were born overseas, making it one of the most diverse in the world. If you're looking for a flatmate in Sydney who shares your language then you're in luck, as there are over 250 languages spoken in the city. In fact one third of Sydney’s residents speak a language other than English at home.
If you work in the city and are looking for professional flatmates, an easy commute and every imaginable amenity on your doorstep, then the inner east suburbs of Woolloomooloo and Potts Point, Surry Hills and Darlinghurst in the inner south, Pyrmont and Ultimo in the inner west and Millers Point and The Rocks in the inner north all surround the Central Business District. There are several universities in Sydney (including the University of Sydney, Macquarie University, University of New South Wales, University of Technology and Western Sydney University) with student flatmates often opting to rent a room close by for convenience. For students attending Macquarie University, Marsfield, North Ryde and Eastwood are popular choices to rent a room thanks to their close proximity to the campus. Many students at The University of Sydney or University of Technology tend to find rooms for rent in Newtown, Glebe and Forest Lodge. Students from The University of Western Sydney often pick Penrith and Parramatta to flatshare, whilst Kensington, Randwick and Bondi Junction are popular choices with University of New South Wales students looking for rooms to rent.
The exclusive North Shore comes with one of the highest flatshare price tags in the city. Flatmates searching for rooms to rent in the areas of Artarmon, Chatswood, Roseville, Lindfield, Killara, Gordon, Pymble and Hornsby can expect to pay a premium price. One of the best things about being a flatmate in Sydney has to be the quality of life. It has the convenience of a big city but is surrounded by the great outdoors. It's no surprise that many people choose to take advantage of the beach-side lifestyle by living in the northern coastal districts like Manly, or the Southern beaches like Bondi, Bronte, and Coogee. Here you'll find a laid-back feel and some of the most glamorous surf beaches in all of Australia. So if it's surfer flatmates that you want, these are definitely the areas to look! Wherever you choose to call home, let the Roomgo flatmate finder service help you to find the right flatmates in Sydney today.
- Cabarita average room rent per week $283
- Camperdown average room rent per week $279
- Crows Nest average room rent per week $257
- Darlington average room rent per week $305
- Kingsford average room rent per week $256
- Rosebery average room rent per week $277
- Seaforth average room rent per week $277
- St Leonards average room rent per week $259
- Waverley average room rent per week $325
- Willoughby average room rent per week $284
- Adelaide average room rent per week $268
- Brisbane average room rent per week $221
- Cairns average room rent per week $174
- Canberra average room rent per week $189
- Gold Coast average room rent per week $205
- Hobart average room rent per week $199
- Melbourne average room rent per week $292
- Perth average room rent per week $203
- Sunshine Coast average room rent per week $207
- Sydney average room rent per week $295
- Townsville average room rent per week $168