Looking for a flexible workspace in Canberra? Then you’ve come to the right place! In this guide we will highlight the best coworking spaces in Canberra – everything from prestigious business centres to unique creative hubs.
Canberra houses a large community of residents who have relocated from larger cities such as Melbourne and Sydney to work in the public sector, media and politics. However, a great food scene, plenty of creative flair and an expanding entrepreneurial scene, is proof that there’s so much more to the nation’s capital than politicians and government agencies.
Whether you’re a creative startup looking to move out of the home office, a government organisation or an established business looking for new office space, there are heaps of benefits to setting up in a serviced office space. Presenting as a turnkey office solution with everything from internet connectivity to furniture taken care of, you can arrive at the office and start working immediately. All this paired with more agility and shorter terms, making it easy to scale up or downsize – a serviced office space can be a hassle-free office solution for many businesses.
2 Phillip Law Street, Nishi, Canberra CBD 18 National Circuit, The Realm, Barton
DEDICATED DESKS FROM: $56 PER WEEK
PRIVATE OFFICES FROM: $146 PER WEEK
Seeking the ultimate office solution with esteemed address to add to your letterhead? Servcorp is the coworking centre for you. This renowned and international office provider retains two prestigious centres in Canberra in impressive buildings that will make your clients’ jaws drop. One of their centres sits on Phillip Law Street within A-grade commercial building, Nishi, known as the “greenest” buildings in the Southern Hemisphere. It has received multiple awards within the innovative cultural precinct of NewAction, ultimately putting Canberra on the map for design and creativity. Servcorp occupies another workspace in the affluent suburb Barton near Canberra’s Parliament House and Government Departments in one of Canberra’s newest five star buildings. The National Gallery of Australia is nearby the office space, as well as the National Library of Australia and National Portrait Gallery along with a wide range of international banks and upscale hotels. Both buildings feature premier end of trip facilities, business lounges and strong security measures to give you a safe and comfortable place to run your business. If you mean serious business, click below and secure a spot at one of these prime coworking spaces.
15 Moore Street, Canberra 35 Terminal Circuit, Canberra Airport 121 Marcus Clarke Street, Ernst & Young Building, Canberra CBD 15 Tench Street, Kingston
DEDICATED DESKS FROM: $61 PER WEEK
PRIVATE OFFICES FROM: $102 PER WEEK
As a global coworking giant, Regus holds the world’s largest network of workspaces. Their coworking spaces boasts a corporate vibe, fully-furnished in highly modern fit out along with tech-enabled professional meeting facilities. They are a provider capable of accommodating businesses of all sizes and shapes, with heaps of private office solutions and dedicated desks. Moreover, their four Canberra centres are positioned in Canberra City Centre, on the fringe and a single centre conveniently located right by the airport – making for some super convenient addresses. With a membership at Regus you will have free access to their business lounges worldwide, so you can work on the go. This is a standout office experience that your staff and clients will love, with plug ‘n’ play and custom buildout options for teams up to 250 people. Providing an efficient and inspiring workspace dedicated to keeping business people productive at anytime and anywhere.
11-17 Swanson Court, Canberra
DEDICATED DESKS FROM: $75 PER WEEK
PRIVATE OFFICES FROM: $130 PER WEEK
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