Mr Mark Jessen

12 Best Coworking Spaces in Sydney | Man of Many

With WeWork basing its operations on the sole goal of being a platform for creators, this Sydney Co-Working entity provides space and services. With offices from Amsterdam to Washington D.C. and everywhere in between WeWork members get access to 250+ perks and benefits from their partnership program including cut prices on productivity software Slack and web hosting service GoDaddy.

1. WeWork

A short walk from public transport, The Commons has locations across major Sydney CBD hubs. It’s the perfect coworking space for growing startups, and a number of businesses in this location have multiple staff members and full-time employees. Outside of the office spaces, facilities include an outside basketball court, photography studio, podcast studio, maker space, library, arcade and ping pong, and plenty of private meeting rooms and booths for meetings.

2. The Commons

Hub offers its members a number of impressive perks and benefits. Hub has no minimum term and no exit fees. All your equipment, utilities, cleaning and refreshments are included. Over the course of a year, Hub spaces are 30% cheaper than what you’d spend on equivalent leased space. A Hub membership also allows you access to fellow locations across Australia and the world.

3. Hub Australia

With three locations across major Sydney CBD working hubs, Tank Stream Labs has created a productive and desirable lineup of coworking offices in Sydney. In terms of accolades, they won the 2017 Fin Tech’s best co-working space in Australia. If you’re looking for a great new coworking office with plenty of room and a location near pubs, bars, and restaurants for team catchups, their new Barangaroo office is located on Level 17 of International Tower 3 and boasts meeting rooms, event venues, and breakout spaces.

4. Tank Stream Labs

Oozing with Parisian class and elegance La Porte Space continues the theme of luxury and style. La Porte offers a dedicated luxury retail space, café, 3 dedicated event spaces, photographic studios and 30 extravagant serviced offices and lavish co-working facilities.

5. La Porte Space

If you’re looking for coworking spaces in Sydney with some of the best architecture, space, and fit-outs we recommend checking out JustCo. These spaces are some of the best we’ve ever seen visually, with large open-plan hotdesk solutions, private offices, and large enterprise options for growing startups. Pricing is competitive compared to the more expensive options on our list, and the facilities are state-of-the-art, with a squash court and a lobby café in the flagship Pitt Street location.

6. JustCo

Originating in Amsterdam, Spaces was built on the idea that success breeds more success. Wanting to redefine the way work is done Spaces cultivated a community of thinkers, achievers and imaginers. The Surry Hills location boasts over 200 Co-working desks and 3 meeting rooms.

7. Spaces

The Office Space represents an evolution in shared workplace design where an iconic building, leading architectural input, and a luxury fit-out achieve a highly intuitive working environment. Additionally, the interior encapsulates the design of New York Offices from the 1950s, ensuring that class and elegance are not sacrificed.

8. The Office Space

Sun Studios Sydney is a busy creative hub for professional photography, television and video production image makers, in a beautiful renovated 1930s woolshed in Alexandria. A dedicated space built for creatives, with the option of daily flexi membership access or longer-term resident memberships.


Housed within the landmark 1 O’Connell building in the heart of the Sydney CBD, the vision of The Porter was to create an organic space that reinvents itself based on how its members and the community engage with the space over time. The Porter is a fully hosted and managed business lounge designed to facilitate quality meetings, collaboration and workshops.

10. The Porter

This Sydney mainstay has been marketed to start-ups looking to strike it rich within the technology industry. With an impressive Rolodex of successful start-ups, Fishburners is a not-for-profit organisation that provides members with an impressive list of multi-city group partners as well as state-of-the-art facilities and a vibrant community of fellow co-workers.

11. Fishburners

With some impressive partners such as American Express, Optus and Westpac, and Located smack bang in the middle of the Sydney CBD, Stone & Chalk is one of the fastest-growing fintech hubs in Sydney. If you’re a small business looking to get a kickstart in the industry, this coworking space is designed for you.

12. Stone & Chalk

Who uses coworking spaces?

Coworking spaces are typically used by freelance or remote workers, small businesses, and nonprofits.

What are the benefits of coworking?

Coworking spaces provide networking and collaboration opportunities while also being very cost-efficient.

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