When it comes to coworking spaces in Melbourne, there’s never been more choice. The city’s vibrant entrepreneurial spirit has attracted Australia’s major coworking networks to set up. There are also quite a few cosier options that cater to more specific needs. That’s why we put together this guide to the best coworking spaces in Melbourne.

If you prefer, you can also view all this info in our Google Sheet: Coworking Spaces Australia. If you know of a space that’s missing, reach out to get it added to the list. We update the list weekly to keep it up to date.

Major Coworking Spaces In Melbourne

The Commons (pictured), Collingwood

  • Rates available on contact
  • 500mbps Internet

Spread across two locations, The Commons is one of the most popular coworking spaces in Melbourne. They offer a range of benefits for their community including yoga, beer & cider, outdoor seating and conference rooms. Learn more about The Commons.

Spaces, Richmond

  • Hot desks from $320/m +gst, Permanent from $650/m +gst
  • Superfast WiFi

Spaces Melbourne’s resplendent workspace is located in the city’s creative district, surrounded by great places to eat and drink. Spaces have a range of different rooms and workstations. And their Business Club gives members the perfect place to meet clients and enjoy a coffee. Get more info about Spaces Melbourne.

Hub, Southern Cross

  • Hot desks $300/m +gst, Permanent $640/m +gst
  • Fibre Internet

Hub’s Melbourne coworking space is right near Southern Cross train station and caters to a diverse community of professionals. When you join Hub, you get access to an all-inclusive workspace with weekly learning, social and networking opportunities. Take a look at Hub Melbourne.

Inspire9, Richmond

  • Hot desks from $35/d +gst, Permanent from $320/m +gst 

Inspire9 is one of the most flexible coworking spaces in Australia, with a wide variety of membership plans from part-time to 24/7 residency. Inspire9 is Melbourne’s original community-led coworking space for startups, freelancers and creatives. Visit Inspire9.

York Butter Factory, CBD

  • Hot desks from $100/d +gst, Permanent from $600/m +gst
  • 100mbps Internet

York Butter Factory is more than a coworking space. They’re an ecosystem of industry leaders, mentors, investors and corporate partners. They also run over 200 events every year, so it’s no wonder Australia’s most innovative tech startups flock to them. Learn more about York Butter Factory.

Blix Spaces, Port Melbourne

  • Hot desks from $45/d +gst, Permanent from $800/m +gst
  • Fibre Internet

Blix Spaces offers over 55 workstations, 3 meeting rooms and 5 private booths, all fully equipped with fast fibre optic internet. On top of essential kitchen and shower facilities, Blix members also count upon an industrial coffee machine, assorted fruit platters, sparkling water and a fully stocked bar. Need we say more? Check out Blix Spaces.

The Junction St Kilda, St Kilda

  • Permanent desks from $500/m +gst

Recently refurbished, The Junction St Kilda is a collaborative working environment for a range of startups, freelancers and small businesses. The Junction offers a modern work environment with air conditioning, bathrooms & kitchen and great links to public transport and Albert Park Lake. Consider The Junction St Kilda.

Boutique Coworking Spaces In Melbourne

One Roof Women, Southbank

  • Hot desks from $27/d +gst, Permanent from $410/m +gst

One Roof provides everything a female entrepreneur needs to thrive under, you guessed it, one roof. One Roof offers a range of flexible membership options and facilities to its community of nearly 70 women-led businesses across all industries. Learn more about One Roof.

Hive Studio, Collingwood

  • Permanent desks from $270/m +gst, Privates from $630/m +gst

Hive Studio is a cosy coworking space in Collingwood. Hive’s sunny offices are popular with designers, coders, startups and writers who prefer a quiet, community-minded work environment. Click through for more on Hive Studio.

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