Co-working Spaces

Co-working spaces are a type of membership based workplace that involve a communal working environment.  Diverse groups access co-working spaces such as freelances, remote workers, start-up businesses, businesses that want to transition out of home, businesses that want to connect, network and collaborate.

Extreme Labs


This co-working space gives you access to a group of IT and Marketing professionals such as Network Engineers, Systems Administrators, Web Developers, Application Developers, Marketers and Graphic Designers. Extreme Labs provides a place for startups to scale up, using technology to work smarter. Members receive a Smart Startup Toolkit, which includes tools needed to build and run a small business, plus 2 hours of IT support, confluence, an Office 365 subscription and antivirus, and a desk space.


144 Colemans Rd,
Carrum Downs, 3201
Phone: 9785 7162


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With a focus on providing a supportive and inspiring place to work for creatives and professionals and with a focus on women, Joan offers mentoring, coaching, as well as physical and mental health support to members. This space provides the support, inspiration and calm that you need to thrive.


Level 1, Suite 1/54-58 Wells St, Frankston

Karingal Co-Working Space

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Karingal Co-Working space offers shared or individual spaces in separate offices (one to two people), a conference/ training room which seats up to 15 people, shower and kitchen facilities (including a coffee machine!) and a reception/ waiting area. There is also a sound proofed studio – The Recording Room – for video recording and podcasting, with onsite assistance if required. Owner Sophia opened KCWS in 2019 and to coincide with her Digital Education business. Other features include, onsite administration available if required (additional cost) and free parking. 


212 Karingal Drive, Frankston
Phone: 0449 682 902


Kitson Co-working Space

4KitsonCo is a shared warehouse, work and community hub for mobile or trade businesses. It is located in Frankston with convenient access to the freeway, Officeworks, Core Gym. It has office space, boardrooms, storage space for hire plus communal foyer/kitchen area ideal for storing products, equipment, receiving deliveries, organizing your paperwork, holding client meetings, networking and more.


4 Kitson St, Frankston
Phone: 03 8594 4380


Frankston Social Enterprise Hub 

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Frankston Social Enterprise Hub is a partnership between Peninsula Health, Chisholm Institute, and the Frankston Foundry. It aims to grow and develop the capacity of social enterprises in the region. Its mission is to create an enabling environment for organisations and individuals to start up and scale social enterprises so they can thrive and create jobs, particularly for local disadvantaged job seekers.


Frankston Social Enterprise Hub
Room 127, Building B
Chisholm Institute
25 Fletcher Rd, Frankston 3199