5 Cool Co-working Spaces For Creatives And Freelancers

Urban List | 10 April 2019

As comfy as it is to work from your couch with Spotify blaring and UBER Eats on speed dial, eventually there’ll come a time when a craving sets in for an upgrade of this type of work-life situation, and that’s where co-working spaces step in.

Steering away from the traditional “one size fits all” work place, co-working spaces provide well-designed, dynamic communities for freelancers and entrepreneurs to go about their business in the most stimulating environments possible.

If you’re ready to make the switch, check out the five coolest co-working spaces on the Sunshine Coast right now.

Inbox Workspace


There’ll be no home office remorse once you slot into a space at Maroochydore co-working hub, Inbox Workspace with its hip and forward-thinking design. The Inbox team have thought of everything, from putting greens, treadmill desks, massage chairs and even an electric car for member’s use. It’s out of control and with round-the-clock access for your daily tasks, presentations, board meetings and events, this is one office you’ll gladly chain yourself to; you may even volunteer to work late now and then. If you’re looking for somewhere to get serious about business, jot this one down as one of the best co-working spaces on the Sunshine Coast.

Spark Bureau


Quit your home-office procrastination by booking a slice of Spark Bureau where there’s a huge focus on three things; community, connection and collaboration. Located smack-bang within Maroochydore’s Ocean Street Precinct, Spark Bureau is a not-for-profit organisation offering affordable solutions for your work situation. Whether you’re a solopreneur or part of an up-and-coming team, you’ll thrive on the perks of an architecturally-designed workspace, board and conference rooms and multimedia studio, including DIY video and podcasting equipment for all your webinar and podcasting needs. Somebody dial triple zero because this is the place where Sunshine Coast start-ups are born.

Junction 2

Noosa Heads

These days everybody’s hustling, but when productivity starts to drop at home, check into Junction 2 in Noosa Heads to take advantage of one of the best purpose-built co-work spaces on the Sunshine Coast. Your spot comes with all the work perks, including high-speed broadband, printing facilities, meeting rooms and kitchen access. There’s a desk to suit every freelancer and small business owner, from single day hot-desking to long-term 24-hour access, and with some of the best cafes in Noosa on your doorstep, the daily grind won’t be so bad.

The Boarding Office


We’re sensing a trend in that Sunshine Coast entrepreneurs love surfing, so it makes sense for them to work an entrepreneurial role with the flexibility to duck out for a midday surf. And, for the days when it isn’t possible to hit the beach, The Boarding Office in Mooloolaba takes care of business with their surf-inspired co-working spaces, providing flexible rental agreements minus the long-term commitment. You’ll glide through your to-do list surrounded by a collection of vintage surfboards in an environment built for innovation, productivity and coastal connection.

Reed & Co.

Noosa Heads

A real estate office slash co-work space, Reed & Co. offers work-from-homers a permanent desk within their architecturally-designed office, along with the use of a boardroom and meeting room, if needed. Favouring longer agreements, this is one of the best co-workspaces in Noosa if you’re not shy of commitment. Featuring Wi-Fi, 24-hour access, phone call re-directing and the option to outsource your boring admin duties at an additional cost, if you’re interested in finding out more about their options, flick them an email via their site.


Published By – Urban List