Welcome to coworking paradise!
CoParadiso is a vibrant work space in the heart of Melbourne’s inner-north. It’s a place to work, network, collaborate, host events, and have a great time. Get in touch for more info on how to join our community of creatives, freelancers and small businesses.
About the Space
CoParadiso is situated in an iconic warehouse in Brunswick East.
It has been a haven for creatives and freelancers for a number of years, and we’ve recently renovated the space to feel like our creative working paradise.
The vibe is relaxed, friendly and welcoming with a great ambience. We have all the facilities you would need for a comfortable and productive work day, and an amazing community of professionals. Our current community includes audio engineers, film producers, set designers, interior designers, event managers and small businesses.
If you’re feeling social, the communal bar and dining area is a great spot to meet your fellow coworkers for a chat. We also try to host a networking event once a month and have free happy hour drinks every Friday!
- Huge car park with free, off-street, all-day parking
- Bike racks
- Reception lounge & common areas
- Super-fast Wi-Fi with Ethernet internet available
- Fully-equipped kitchen and dining area
- Private meeting room with presenting screen & Chromecast
- Electric sit/stand desks provided in the coworking space
- Lockable storage (lockers & filing cabinets)
- 24/7 access with security key card
- Security cameras
- Photo studio with cyclorama
- Coming soon: Content recording room ideal for self-tape video and podcasts
- Inclusive community
- Wheelchair accessible
- Bar Paradiso lounge with billiards table
- Complimentary happy hour on Fridays
- Complimentary tea, coffee, and filtered water
- Games cupboard with outdoor games and board games
- Bright, vibrant décor with lots of art and tropical plants
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Check out the CoParadiso community here
CoParadiso acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the lands and waterways in the area now known as Merri-bek, and pays respect to their Elders past, present, and emerging, as well as to all First Nations’ communities who significantly contribute to the life of the area.