Running an office, especially for a small business, can quickly become an expensive and stressful endeavor, from installing internet and phone lines to hiring administration and cleaning services. It’s no surprise, then, that flex office spaces have become extremely popular among entrepreneurs. Most serviced offices not only provide state-of-the-art facilities, but also a collaborative work environment.
So, whether you’re looking for a place to grow your business or a place to get away from the solitude of your home office, we’ve compiled a list of best office spaces in Melbourne.
1. Hub Australia – Southern Cross, CBD
Hub Southern Cross is one of Victoria’s largest co-working spaces, occupying 3,900 sqm and two floors of the historic Mail Exchange building on the corner of Spencer and Bourke streets. It was designed by award-winning international design firm HASSELL.
2. workspace365 – 350 Collins Street
One of this Australian operator’s original Melbourne locations, with recently refurbished lobby spaces and a dedicated floor of training and meeting facilities, as well as a variety of corporate services.
3. Victory Offices – Box Hill
In a spacious and modern environment, a well-located suburban office location. A premium co-working hub with breakout areas, a phone booth, and an amphitheatre, as well as separate enterprise office suites with flexible lease terms. There is plenty of parking on site, and tram and train lines provide easy access to the CBD.
4. Kings Business Park, South Melbourne
Kings Business Park is a hybrid flexible office solution set amongst a beautiful parkland garden. This precinct offers over 32,000m2 of commercial space in five low density buildings, as well as an abundance of undercover secure car parking and premium fitness center and end of trip facilities.
5. JustCo Global – 15 Williams Street
JustCo’s largest Australian location, spanning 8,000sqm of beautifully designed offices, lounge, in-house café, and meeting space, with an internal staircase connecting all floors. High ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows provide spectacular views of the MCG, Yarra River, and Melbourne.
6. Spaces -T&G
The beautifully designed and curated Spaces T&G, located in a Victorian landmark building, is part of an A-grade commercial precinct at the Paris End of Collins Street, featuring an impressive 10 floor brick atrium lobby designed to feel like a relaxed outdoor space.
7. Executive Centre – Collins Square, CBD
Collins Square is one of Australia’s largest commercial mixed-use developments, spanning an entire city block on Collins Street and seamlessly integrating office and retail space. Tower 5 Collins Square, designed by renowned architects Woods Bagot, has a stunning glass wall façade that creates a light-filled and spacious entry, as well as a 5 Green Star rating.
8. CreativeCubes.Co – South Melbourne
A versatile co-working space centered on a large atrium with sweeping views of the city skyline and a variety of workspace options.
9. WeWork – 401 Collins Street
This location, which was once the mid-century headquarters for the US Army, was WeWork’s first in Melbourne, and it spans 11 full floors of a beautifully refurbished historic building.
10. Gravity – William Street
Gravity hires people from a variety of backgrounds, including technology, finance, marketing, real estate, and business consulting. The office, which has a refined, minimalistic interior, has open-plan coworking areas, meeting and function rooms, and breakout spaces.
11. Compass Offices – 360 Collins Street
This new Compass Office group flagship location is located on the bright and spacious 26th floor of the high zone and offers ample daylight and great open city views. The modern design offers a variety of options, ranging from private and secure serviced offices to customized workspaces. There is enterprise-grade IT infrastructure and connectivity, meeting rooms, boardrooms, and a large complimentary business lounge.
12. The Commons – Collingwood/Market Street
The Commons coworking space, which has two locations, one in Collingwood and one in South Melbourne, aims to create the ideal work-life balance for maximum productivity. The structures are centered on a zen-like green garden where members can socialize and relax.
13. Revolver Coworking – Chapel St
There are 15 offices, lounges, gallery and event spaces, and private meeting rooms on more than 1000 square metres. The intimate working space is ideal for small businesses with one to ten employees.
14. Blix Spaces – Normanby Road
Blix Spaces is centrally located in Port Melbourne. You can use one of over 55 workstations, which include standing desks to encourage a healthier workplace, for as little as $45 per day. There are also a number of meeting rooms and private booths available for those who require some privacy.
15. The Circle – Collingwood
The Circle is a Melbourne co-working space for those who want a fully equipped workspace without the commitment of a permanent office. The Circle is open 24 hours a day and has private phone booths and meeting rooms.
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