Looking to break free into the world of freelance, but worried about the cabin fever? Don’t fret. We’ve got you covered, well, Chapel Precinct does. Throw out that uncomfortable suit or the blister inflicting heels and slip into something comfy. A world where fast WIFI, pool tables and cool as hell creatives reign supreme, Chapel Precinct’s co-working spaces are not only top notch, they’ll have you questioning why you didn’t take the leap way sooner. 

Here are just some of the best co-working spaces in the Chapel Precinct.

Revolver Lane Chapel Street

I know it’s hard to believe, but turns out Revs is now a pretty sweet place to get some work done. Like, actual work. Set in the imposing Revolver building (built in 1914) Revolver Lane is a beautifully weird reimagining of former music shops, band rehearsal rooms, recording studios and photography studios into 25 private offices, a boutique 30-desk co-working area, and an on-street espresso bar and pop up space. Despite the many parts, Revolver Lane works as one weird and magical palace of co-working productivity.

231 Chapel St, Prahran
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Windsor Workshop

If you’re looking for a place that screams vibrant, artsy and open plan, here you go. Packed with sports club entrepreneurs, journalists, illustrators, photographers, publicists, project managers and fashion designers. The studio provides invaluable peer to peer support and encouragement for artists of diverse creative practices, opening up opportunities for collaborations. So, grab a cup of coffee, take a seat by one of the huge windows and get your work on.

Where: 1/115 Chapel St, Windsor
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Exchange Worskpaces

Okay, so if you’re looking for somewhere super trendy to work from, Exchange Workspaces South Yarra is your man. Quite possibly the coolest co-working space in Melbourne, their new digs are architecturally-designed and offers open-plan office spaces, shared informal areas and meetings rooms. They’ve rethought the standard, stuffy office and activated an urban space where like-minded individuals can come together and do their creative, entrepreneurial thing in style.

14 Ellis St, South Yarra
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Co Ground Coffee

Two Space transforms restaurants, cafes and hotels into co-working spaces where you can work, meet and play. Co-Ground Coffee in Prahran has a buzzing creative aesthetic and Five Senses specialty coffee on tap. Plus, 100 percent of Co-Ground’s profits support education, health and livelihood projects in the Asia-Pacific. There’s monthly communal Friday afternoon drinks from 4 – 8:30pm. We told you it was fun. With nearly 20 spaces in Australia and Hong Kong, you know they’re doing something right.

20 Chatham St, Prahran
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Hive Workspace

Hive is a shared workspace in the heart of Prahran. Their offices enable entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses to share a space whilst working both independently and collaboratively. Located just off Chapel Street, Hive is perfect to enjoy local cafe’s, bars and there’s a great open outdoor seating area to enjoy the sunshine. The space has its own lavish kitchen with coffee machine and private boardroom. Hive offers permanent desks, hot desks and virtual office memberships as well as event space hire.

257 Chapel St, Prahran
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Independent studios

A stone throw away from Prahran station, this beautiful open-plan co-working office spreads over two floors and is flooded with natural light. This is an innovative space, designed to inspire and motivate.

40 Porter St, Prahran
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Depo8

One of the first co-working spaces in Australia, for all you small business owners and creatives out there, Depo8 has your back. A warehouse space spread across two levels, Depo8 prioritises helping businesses in the early stages. There’s boardrooms, chill areas and a kitchen, providing flexible spaces for you to smash out your work.

39-41 Mount St, Prahran
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This place echoes a vibe of a newly renovated tea party spot. Little Stag is a wedding florist who offer a wedding studio as a co-space. They’re a small creative space that’s especially designed for the open minded artist, designer and creative to do what they do best. This space is dog friendly, so there’s no need to leave your fur friend at home alone. Plus, the location is a deadset winner for the best nearby lunches.

2/127 Greville St, Prahran
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