From urban warehouses, office buildings and creative studios, discover a space that’s right for you.
The Gold Coast is an innovative and entrepreneurial city with a vibrant and emerging creative scene.
From repurposed warehouses, office buildings and shipping containers, the city is bursting with creative spaces for entrepreneurs, freelancers, content creators and small business owners to thrive.
1. Hotel Miami, Miami
Based in the heart of one of the most-loved suburbs for emerging artists and creatives, Hotel Miami is a co-working space, complete with a fully operational photo and video studio. The retro-style space features a decadent pink wall, velvet couches and neon lights to set the creative mood. The open plan warehouse setting and interior styling creates a productive workspace that can be booked on a casual day rate or long-term basis.
2. Karma Collab Hub, Miami
When you walk through the doors of Karma Collab Hub you’re part of the family. The established community hub in the middle of one of the Gold Coast’s hippest neighbourhoods has flexi desks, a boardroom and all your podcast creating needs. The space is surrounded by like-minded small businesses who help foster a culture of creativity. At Karma, you’re encouraged to do what works for you – want to work on the floor? Go for it. Feel like wearing your pyjamas? Get comfortable. Anything goes at Karma Collab Hub.
3. CoSPACES – Old Station Co, Southport
At the northern end of the Gold Coast is the quirky co-working space housed in Southport’s original 96-year-old ambulance station. Old Station Co offers full reception services, meeting rooms, private office suites, 32 coworking desks, an events space, an outdoor patio, a basketball court, bike racks, a cafe, deli and rooftop bar. CoSpaces are experts in coworking and community management, facility management and commercial leasing.
4. Gold Coast Creative House, Burleigh Heads
Gold Coast Creative House is a world-class co-working facility suited to those looking to make their stay a little more permanent. With six creative studios across two stylish levels, you can choose to collaborate or thrive as a lone wolf. Housing permanent desks for stability and predictability in the workplace, GC Creative House is already home to a group of impressive creatives. Did we mention four of the studios are converted shipping containers?
5. The Communal House, Currumbin
Communal House prides itself on bringing creative freelancers together and providing them with a space to engage with like-minded individuals with the necessary resources to help evolve their creative business goals. Communal House has the tunes cranked and isn’t afraid to get creative on Friday after some craft beers. The Communal House is also available for event hire – there really is something for everyone.
6. The Productive GC, Bundall
The Productive’s vision is simple: to create a thriving, collaborative community of motivated individuals who share the common goal for growth. The welcoming, pet-friendly hub is perfect for everyone from bloggers to entrepreneurs, freelance writers and professionals. There is also a meeting room and boardroom and several regular workshops on offer to inspire you. Sectioned across two single-storey industrial warehouses, The Productive GC provides enough space for you and all your big ideas.
7. Flockd, Burleigh Heads
Why grind away at home, when you can connect in the light and calm surrounds of Flockd? Just a short walk from the buzzing James Street, Flockd caters to everyone’s business needs with hot desks and private offices as well as more permanent options. There’s sparkling water on tap, an in-house bar and daily happy hour to help get your creative juices flowing. For those that get a bit peckish when creating – Flockd has you covered with a café serving up great coffee and tasty treats all day long.
8. WOTSO WorkSpace, Varsity Lakes
Fancy a change of scenery from the usual home office? WOTSO’s workspaces have soft seating and communal benches that are both quirky and practical so you can knuckle down and get the job done in style. There’s a ping pong table, meeting rooms with a funky fresh fit-out, private phone booths and the highest speed internet around. WOTSO has 11 sites across Australia, so you know you’re in good hands with these co-working specialists.
9. The Ocean Club, Mermaid Waters
The brainchild of Co-Directors and creative masterminds Madison and Reuben, the Ocean Club is a Gold Coast-based marketplace for industry professionals, trades, builders, architects, developers, home designers, and renovators to showcase and browse the wares of local makers. Built as a hivemind to empower creative practice and facilitate networking and collective expression; the space triples as a showroom, creative studio, and event hall to host local businesses, photoshoots, and community events.