Your guide to Adelaide’s co-working spaces

Needing a new place to set up your business, meet clients and hold functions? This guide will help you find your next co-working space. There’s something for everyone!

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Calling all professionals!

Finding an office space that fits not only your budget, but also your business’s needs can be quite a struggle, especially with all the options out there.

We have put together this handy guide of the best co-working spaces that Adelaide has to offer to take the guesswork out for you. There is a mix of cool, casual shared spaces and more opulent options, so keep on reading to kind out our top pics.

The Consortium- 185 Grote Street

If you are looking for luxury, The Consortium is the option for you. A co-working space like no other in Adelaide, The Consortium features a tenant mix of corporates and creatives, where established names meet the state’s most promising minds. Situated in an accessible part of the CBD with plenty of free on-street parking, The Consortium offers office tower amenities with the bonus of fresh air and greened spaces both in and outdoors.

Having opened in late 2020 following extensive renovations at the former Alby Turner & Son site, this co-working space is sure to impress your clients, with sophistication evident in every detail. The building hosts a range of suite sizes, and with up to 15 to choose from you are sure to find one (or more) that suits your business.

The Consortium has all the deluxe amenities that you would want in an executive workplace, including boardroom and meeting spaces, event spaces, a 75 sqm furnishes balcony, secure on-site parking and a concierge. It also has all the necessary amenities to make the day-to-day of your business run smoothly, such as 10Gig Adelaide high-speed internet connection, solar power, printing/scanning and office cleaning.

While leasing terms are flexible, The Consortium is offering EOFY promotional pricing on 12 month contracts. Contact them for rates on the best office suite for your business.

For more information on The Consortium, check out their website.  

Blancspace Maison- 79 Angus Street

These CBD-based office suites offer a boutique space to work, collaborate and connect to a professional, creative community in the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, especially perfect for those in the business of fashion, interior design, content creators or artists, as it has quite the artistic flare.

This beautiful office space is also available to hire for photoshoots, but in terms of co-working, suites and dedicated desks can be leased in 6 or 12 month contracts, with desks also available daily at a competitive price. Blancspace is the perfect balance of home and office.

For more information, check out the Blancspace Maison website.

Servcorp, Levels 24 & 30 Westpac House, 91 King William Street

If you want to be right within the hustle and bustle of the CBD, check out Servcorp. This is a chain of co-working offices that operates Australia wide, offering a range of flexible workspace solutions including serviced offices, virtual offices, coworking spaces and meeting rooms.

There are a whole host of different professions that use Servcorp co-working spaces, so you can work amongst creatives, lawyers, entrepreneurs, writers and more. There are multiple different service options, from hot desks, dedicated desks, offices and virtual offices.

For more information, check out their website.

The Mill, 154 Angas Street

If you work in the creative, The Mill is a great option. It also doubles as a public studio and artist gallery, so it’s great if you want to display your work. As well as being a residence place for local artists, The Mill also offers masterclasses and workshops with leading practitioners from across the country, and around the world.

The space has been used for many different art forms in the past, including fashion design, visual art, publishing, graphic design, game development, pop-up retail, tattooing and more. Artists get 24 hour studio access to your secure studio, high-speed wifi with GigCity and access to shared spaces including a large workshop, kitchen and meeting space.

For more information, head to The Mill’s website.

WOTSO WorkSpace, 217 – 219 Flinders St

The second pick on this list that is part of a chain, WOTSO also offers its services in 13 other locations across five other cities. This co-working space is great for more casual contracts, as it’s inclusive and flexible, with memberships and offices available on a month-to-month basis, so you can stay as long as you like.

Take advantage of 24/7 secure access and free Wi-Fi with all amenities included and become part of a real community with events and networking sessions!

For more information, check out their website.

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