Frequently Asked Questions
What is Coworking?
Walk into a coworking space and you’ll immediately notice that it feels different from a regular office. The smell of fresh coffee in the air is second only to the electric atmosphere that the energetic and excited occupants bring to the space. You’ll see a mix of those in deep focus at private desks and others striking up engaging conversations at large shared tables. This is the culture of the coworking space.
Coworking spaces are essentially shared workspaces. They offer affordable office space for those looking to escape the isolation of a home office, coffee shop or the lengthy commute to metro areas.
What kind of people work at Workers Hut?
Our community is comprised of creatives, designers, developers, artists, entrepreneurs, educators, small business owners, telecommuters, marketers, professionals and more. If you can work from anywhere, you can work from Workers Hut.
What are your hours of operation?
8.30am - 5pm Monday - Friday (excluding Public Holidays). Staffed hours are 8.30- 2.30pm daily. Our full time members and private office holders have access to the space 24/7 via a bluetooth door access system.
Do you have car parking?
Yes, onsite car parking is available at the front of the building or on the street in Baines Crescent/nearby council car parks. Bike racks are available for your use and we encourage this as an alternative.
Do you provide computers or monitors?
No, you must bring your own computer and monitor. We provide a desk, chair, high-speed internet, and power for your workstation. Permanent desk and private office members are encouraged to provide their own desk chair, coffee mug etc to enhance their workspace and comfort as they see fit.
Can I bring guests into a meeting room?
I talk on the phone a lot. Is that going to be a problem?
Our community and space operate on mutual respect between our members. While taking a brief call at your desk is perfectly acceptable, if you think your extended phone time is bothering others, its up to you to take the call elsewhere in the space, like the conference room or the lounge. If you spend ALL day on the phone, you might like to consider a private office (subject to availability) or Workers Hut may not be the space for you. We have four acoustic booths to use for web calls and to enhance your privacy and that of our members.
Do you provide Food & Beverages?
Tea, Coffee and drinking water are available @ the Workers Hut for your enjoyment. We have an Expressi an Nespresso machine providing a range of coffees, chai and hot chocolate and ask a $1 contribution per pod. Alternatively Workers Hut is surrounded by fabulous local cafe's for your daily fix. You are welcome to BYO food and beverages to the Workers Hut.
How do I access the Community App?
Dowload the Nexudus Passport app on the apple or android stores and you will be able to receive alerts, collaborate with other members and manage your account via your phone. You can use the same sign in details for this app as the website member login. We encourage you to complete your business profile to ensure other members can utilise your skills and promote your business.
Security and Insurance
Workers Hut strongly encourages you to maintain your own public liability, property and indemnity insurance for your own professional operation.
Permanent Desks and Private office users are provided with a lockable filing cabinet for their use. Please keep in mind that members are responsible for their own belongings at all times within the space. More information can be found in the terms and conditions of your membership.
We have 2 CCTV camera's installed to ensure the safety of you and your property whilst using the Hut. Door access is limited to our members via their smart phones.
The Workers Hut is your space and as such we welcome your feedback at all times. Please feel free to send a private message via the Passport App, email [email protected] or stop by reception for a chat if you have a request, complaint or constructive feedback.