Best Coworking Spaces in Hobart

Best Coworking Spaces in Hobart
Freelancers working in a coworking space. Source: BS

Below is a list of the top and leading Coworking Spaces in Hobart. To help you find the best Coworking Spaces located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Hobart’s Best Coworking Spaces:

The top rated Coworking Spaces dealing with shared work lounges or office space rentals are:

  • Servcorp
  • WOTSO
  • Parliament Coworking

Servcorp

Servcorp’s Coworking Lounges is a shared working environment which recognises the need for a more scholarly and established Coworking offering. They offer Coworking Lounges across Servcorp’s global network, which enables seamless travel cross-borders. They also offer professional Coworking Spaces at selected locations, shared private offices, boardrooms and meeting rooms on-demand.

Coworking Lounges provide the right level of solitude required to help you see tasks through to completion. They are built to the highest standards of interior fit out and backed by an impressive multi-million dollar IT infrastructure and global network to satisfy the demands of businesses today. Their perfected services draw upon the company’s 39+ years of experience in the shared office industry.

Products/Services:

Hot Desk, Dedicated Desk, Private Offices, Virtual Office, Address Package, Communications Package, The Membership, Meeting Rooms, Boardrooms, Private Offices, First-class IT, Impeccable Support

LOCATION:

AddressLevel 6 Reserve Bank Building, 111 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: (03) 6108 9000
Website: www.servcorp.com.au

REVIEWS:

“We have used Servcorp serviced offices in Hobart for over 18 months. During this time we have found Servcorp Hobart office management and reception staff to be highly professional in the efficient manner the office suites are managed and maintained. Our client’s are always greeted by Servcorp management and reception staff in a professional, welcoming manner. I would highly recommend Servcorp they have certainly been supportive and have consistently met all expectations while providing five star professional service.” – Marilyne White

WOTSO

WOTSO is the biggest coworking space in Hobart, offering hotdesking, serviced offices and virtual office.

The L2 space at WOTSO Hobart features meeting rooms for hire, open plan coworking, communal kitchen and breakout areas, plus an outdoor space! Within easy reach of Hobart CBD’s cafes, shops and restaurants, the engaging space is perfect for solo workers, teams and established businesses.

Products/Services:

Office Space, Meeting Rooms & Event Space, Virtual Office, Studio Space

LOCATION:

Addressl2/162 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 1800 496 876
Website: www.wotsoworkspace.com.au

REVIEWS:

“Fantastic workspace for digital nomads, solo workers and small teams. Great atmosphere, with friendly staff. Lots of space with a very cool modern decor, industrial feel. On my first day I was given a information pack and free coffee voucher for the lovely cafe downstairs – amazing cafe! The kitchen is clean with snacks, fruit, and free drinks and even has a ping pong table. Private phone booths and meeting rooms were also handy. All in all a great space that is highly recommended! Will be back again!” – E Douglas

Parliament Coworking

Parliament Coworking
Parliament Coworking

Parliament Coworking is a space where their members can build relationships with other individuals, and if they choose to build working relationships too. Their members include designers, writers, photographers, architects, developers, researchers, retailers and more.

All spaces include power, internet, and 24/7 access.

Products/Services:

Personal Desk, Meeting Rooms, Kitchen Facilities, Communal spaces

LOCATION:

AddressSuite 30/11 Morrison St, Hobart TAS 7000
Phone: 0427 876 736
Website: www.parliamentcoworking.com

REVIEWS:

“Solid. Great founders and friendly co-workers. Beautiful space. Great location. Totally recommend for creatives and entrepreneurs.” – Paul Carroll

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