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Coworking space

A collaborative space to create connections on campus

Our state-of-the-art coworking space provides an environment to foster innovation by providing an opportunity for researchers and industry partners to interact.

This membership-based space serves as a ‘home on campus’ for industry partners to work in close proximity to the researchers, faculties, and students of the University.

It is the ideal location for researchers and students to work on their research-based startups and has also established itself as a meeting place for commercialisation events and industry engagement activities.

Our facilities

Our collaborative hub is located within the Merewether Building (H04) and includes the following spaces:

  • Flexible workspace options with access to dedicated desks, high-speed wireless internet, lockers, printing, meeting rooms, and 24hr access
  • Private offices (on application)
  • A dedicated kitchen zone with seating, a fridge, sink, microwave and coffee machine.
  • Meeting rooms for up to 10 people
  • Function room for up to 90 people (seated) available for hire
  • Close proximity to labs, core research facilities and prototyping facilities on campus.
  • Assistance with research data management, secure storage tools, advice on infrastructure & platforms, and training on best practices for all types of data collection, organisation and access.

Accessing the space

Our members receive priority access to these spaces, although we are open to supporting a range of groups looking to collaborate and support a common purpose.

Apply for membership or get in touch about hiring a space.

What our members are saying

Matthew Boustred
Matthew Boustred, Resus Right
"The opportunity for face to face collaboration, the serendipity of water-cooler chats, and the ability to build a team culture are all invaluable for any company. For a startup, with a grow or die mentality and who to some extent lives flying by the seat of their pants, it is irreplaceable."
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