7 Best Sydney Co-Working

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In Sydney

For a whole new generation, the idea of work has changed with many digital nomads and regular employees looking to blend travel and work. Sydney co-working spots are some of the slickest in Oz, so we set out to find the very best spaces in the city.

Where is the best Wifi? The best freebies? Where can you meet like minded people? We’ve put together a list of the only Sydney co-working spots you need to know, so you can just focus on getting things done.

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1. Fishburners

With 274 companies and over 500 members here, this is a hive of activity and start up energy. People working in Fishburners’ office genuinely want to build companies that change the world.

As well as great networking membership, it comes with lots of benefits. These include 24/7 swipe card access, 500mbps internet connection, 22 meeting rooms, printing and unlimited tea & coffee.

Sydney Co-Working

2. Work inc

If you want one of the best locations in the city and stunning design then this is the spot for you. This funky space is tucked within the foundations of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge at Lavender Bay.

The heritage space has been reimagined to cultivate a community of driven start-ups and businesses created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs.

Work inc in Sydney

3. Space&Co

Where they differ from traditional co-working spaces is that they aim to keep the offices bespoke and spacious. That allows slightly bigger companies than start ups the ability to scale up or down as needed, so you can grow as you see fit.

Beautiful design is at the core of what they do and the views aren’t half bad either.

Space&Co in Sydney

4. WeWork

WeWork is a global brand that can be seen as the true trail blazers for Co-working around the world.

With five locations around the city (memberships allows you to flit between them all), they have every Sydney Co-working box ticked. Their packages range from single desks right up to larger companies who take large amounts of floorspace with lots of flexibility.

WeWork in Sydney

5. Work Club

Work Club is for people and organisations, large and small, who want to break free from the rigid, conventions of traditional working.

Their three Sydney locations are all beautiful and are the perfect place to impress clients or hold meetings. You also get to tap into their global network of work clubs in key cities around the world as well as some fab networking events.

Work Club

6. Your Desk

Unlike many of the large companies in the space, this is very much a family business and you can feel that as soon as you walk into their offices.

Your Desk began in 2012, started by two builder brothers, an interior designer mother and accountant father. They offer great value packages on either a monthly or yearly basis and you’ll really feel welcomed.

Your Desk in Sydney

7. WOTSO WorkSpace

WOTSO has some super flexible membership options and is a great space for anybody traveling to the city for a short period of time.

Choose from daily drop in or hotdesking, or make the space your own with a permanent desk. A daily desk will dost you AUD $50 or you can have it for an entire month for AUD $275. Best of both worlds.

WOTSO WorkSpace

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