7 Best Melbourne Co-Working

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In Melbourne

The way people work and travel is changing, with digital nomadism on the rise a and people looking for more flexible options. With that in mind, we set out to find the very best co-working spots in Melbourne.

These are the spaces that are perfect for a single day of laptop catch ups, grabbing a hot desk for a week or so or even for longer stays of a month to a year.

Whatever it is you need in terms of Melbourne co-working, you’ll find it in one of these epic spots…

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1. YBF Ventures

YBF have premium co-working spaces, curated community, and corporate partnership programmes, focused on tech and innovation, with locations in both Melbourne and Sydney.

They focus on start ups, scale ups and even help large corporates to introduce innovation to their work set up. Ideal. With 70 companies and 400 members you’ll have great networking and be surrounded by creativity.

YBF Ventures in Melbourne

2. Hub Southern Cross

Melbourne was the original home of Hub, with the first location launched in 2011. They now have locations in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane, all of which every member can have access to.

There’s a great community and super perks including in-house cafes, networking and even their own gyms and exercise areas.

Hub Southern Cross in Melbourne

3. Inspire9 Richmond

Inspire9 offer everything – from a day pass through to a full time year-long package with lots of flexibility.

They’re based in one of Richmond’s oldest buildings: the decommissioned Australian Knitting Mill which was established in 1910. They are also only 50 metres from the train station, so it’s ideal for commuters.

Melbourne Co-Working

4. The Cluster

The Cluster provides over 2500m² of office space (which includes Australia’s first co-working Penthouse, don’tcha know).

There are shared work areas and private offices, venue spaces as well as beautiful boardrooms and meeting rooms which you can hire as needed.

Throw in reliable fast internet, social and networking events, investor networks, receptionists, telephony, IT support and incredible views and this spot ticks so many boxes.

First co-working Penthouse Melbourne

5. Space&Co. Melbourne

Space&Co opened their first spot in 2014 and now have several CBD locations that foster collaboration, inspire productivity and are beautifully designed.

Lots of membership options and are also very flexible in helping businesses scale up as they need to with a big focus on transparency and not having lots of hidden fees.

Space&Co. in Melbourne

6. One Roof Coworking

They’ve been quickly embraced as a key and innovative space in the city and have plans to grow into other Australian cities soon.

One Roof Coworking

7. Electron Workshop

This is a wonderfully unique space with co-working, a popup cinema and event space that you can hire. As soon as you walk into the building you can feel creativity coming at you from every angle.

Their main focus is on servicing digital creatives; you can get a daily pass for as little as AUD $25 and a monthly pass for AUD $500.

Electron Workshop

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