Worksmith Coworking

Type of space: Design Studio, Hot Desk, Makerspace (Shared open space for making), Multi-use Space, Office Space, Pop-up Space, Co-Working Space, Community Hall, Residency

    In a nutshell, Worksmith is a dedicated space for collaboration and getting innovative work done.

    Worksmith is built primarily to strengthen the food and beverage industry and the people that live and breathe it. It is open to anyone who shares the passion to see this industry grow. 

    Our venue aims to provide an environment to empower its occupants through industry events and a collaborative space encouraging projects between its members and both personal and professional development in the creative space within the hospitality industry. 

    The eclectic, culture-rich Collingwood in Melbourne’s inner north provides us with the perfect location to create this space, and boy do we love our locals.

    Types of business that would benefit from becoming a member of Worksmith include wine, beer and spirit distributors; restaurant owners; the point of sale operators; hospitality marketers and graphic designers, events coordinator, event managers, filmmakers, photographers, writers and bloggers 


    Parking Notes

    Parking available on Smith and Mater street

    This space is suitable for Co-workingDesk-based workExhibitionsFilm LocationGraphic DesignInterior DesignMeetingsOpenings/launchesPhotoshootsProject SpaceWorkshops


    • Floor Dimensions 308.00 meters sq.
    • Ceiling Height Very High (4m +)


    For audience
    • Accessible toilet

    • Bold signage

    • Close seating

    • Disabled parking

    • Drop-off point

    • Entrance ramps

    • Flexible layout

    • Public transport

    • Smooth ground surface

    • Suitable emergency exits

    • Suitable lighting

    • Wheelchair accessible

    • Wide hallways / entrance

    For performers
    • Performer disabled toilet

    • Smooth ground surface

    • Suitable emergency exits

    • Suitable lighting

    • Suitable telephone/communication