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Benefits

For Home Owners

  • Access capable, trustworthy house sitters

    House sitters are carefully screened and appointed by you and for many this is a regular job, so they're motivated to do the best they can with an eye to future house sitting jobs, either for you or someone you recommend them to. This means you can count on a pool of motivated house sitters who are trustworthy and reliable.

  • Your pets stay comfortable in their own home

    Your pets will be happier and much more comfortable in their own home instead of a strange kennel. They can sleep and play in accustomed places with their own toys and familiar sights and smells. House sitters provide companionship and exercise by playing with them and walking them while you are away.

  • You can relax knowing all is well at home

    You have peace of mind and can relax and enjoy your holiday comfortable in the knowledge your pets are being well cared for and have regular close human contact. Your house sitter can water your plants, bring in the mail, keep the garden tidy and give your home a lived in look, providing security for your property and possessions by just being there.

  • You will save on pet boarding costs

    The expense of boarding out your pets when you are away can be prohibitive. With a house sitter your pets stay in the comfort of their own home at no cost to you.

For House Sitters

  • Enjoy inexpensive travel accommodation

    House sitting is a great way to visit and explore new cities or places in Australia without the cost of hotel or motel accommodation. It's a unique way to travel and live for free in comfortable, spacious homes in places all over Australia you've always wanted to visit.

  • You can live in the community like a local

    By house sitting, you can use the travel funds you save to extend your holiday and to explore the area, participate in local activities and experience life the way the locals live it. By living in a home, your time is your own and the schedule is yours to set. You'll be living like a local and getting involved in what the average tourist rarely gets to experience.

  • An opportunity to indulge your love of pets

    A house sitter who loves pets can indulge their love for animals while away from home by choosing jobs that include pet sitting. This also gives you the added advantage of a broader choice of homes to sit.

  • Save money for just about anything

    House sitters often choose the lifestyle as a smart way to save money. Many do it to save the money they would normally spend on rental accommodation for a deposit on their own home and for others it might be a car or an extended overseas trip. For whatever the reason, house sitting is a great way to have extra cash.

Latest House Sitters

House Sitter:  Bronwyn & Michael

Bronwyn & Michael

Bronwyn & Michael are a country couple who are retired farmers and keen gardeners. We are experienced with most farm...

House Sitter:  reliable, caring, responsible couple

reliable, caring, responsible couple

We are Marta and Maciek, living in Brisbane for over 8 years. We are a non-smoking, honest and reliable couple and...

House Sitter:  I will look after your home

I will look after your home

I am a friendly and professional working person. I love animals, respectful , and tidy person. I have a good sense...

House Sitter:  Retiree

Retiree

Pleasant person. Reliable and responsible. Held senior community care services positions with leading aged care...

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Latest Homes

House Sitting job in Fremantle, Western Australia

Fremantle, Western Australia

2 bedroom villa on strata, great location, very quiet, 5 min drive to Freo or 30 mins walk....

Starts: 26 Aug 2017Days: 16
House Sitting job in Wynnum West, Queensland

Wynnum West, Queensland

Lovely 5 bedroom home very close to shops and few minutes drive to the water, Foxtel and...

Starts: 3 Aug 2017Days: 2
House Sitting job in Casey, Australian Capital Territory

Casey, Australian Capital Territory

We have a 12 year old Siberian Husky and 3 year old cat. Both animals are very easy going,...

Starts: 9 Dec 2017Days: 28
House Sitting job in Epping, New South Wales

Epping, New South Wales

I am looking for a reliable & experienced animal lover to look after our precious...

Starts: 14 Sep 2017Days: 26
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Testimonials

By our Home Owners

testimonial by Sonia & Carl

“ Thankyou Mindahome for assisting in finding our wonderful house/pet sitter Julie.  Julie was reliable, capable and caring, our home and elderly cocker spaniel Smudge were both very well cared for and when we returned the house was immaculate and Smudge very happy.  Your site is very user friendly and we had the option of several house sitters taking all...” Read more

By our House Sitters

testimonial by Mave & Ed D

“ My husband and I recently went for two weeks to a Mindahome job in Mornington Peninsula. It was a lovely spacious home and garden within walking distance of a beach, town, harbour, jetty, cinema, bus station and shopping. Our two animal charges were dogs and both became affectionate and devoted friends, we were quite sorry to have to say goodbye...” Read more

A Pet and Home Owners Guide to House Sitting

A Pet and Home Owners Guide to House Sitting

FREE to all full members, this extensive How-To guide is an invaluable tool for both Home Owners and House Sitters.

It covers:

  • Expectations of both the home owner and house sitter
  • Home insurance and bonds
  • Sample contract or house sitting agreement

…and much more

Latest from our Blog

More articles at our blog

Mindahome in the Media

Mindahome in the News
MindaHome House & Pet Sitting

MindahomeHouseSitting founder Sue Coombs and veteran house sitter Heidi Gee join us to talk about matchmaking of a different kind

Posted by Sky News Real Estate on Friday, 21 April 2017

On Television

With the growing demand for safe and suitable house sitters, Mindahome is regularly on TV and in the media.

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