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Why should you choose office space in Australia?

Australia has one of the most stable economies in the world, making it an ideal location for businesses to set up office space. For the past 24 years, the country has seen uninterrupted economic growth. With its diversified, services-based economy forecast to have average annual real GDP growth of 3.0% between 2015 and 2019, it is a safe bet for businesses hoping to expand into the country in the near future.  

From large, international cities such as Sydney, with one of the leading economies in the Asia-Pacific region, and Melbourne, a chief financial centre, to more affordable alternatives such as Adelaide, Australia has a wealth of options and resources to offer any business. Other popular cities often considered by businesses looking to grow in the region include Brisbane and Perth.

Located close to the Asia-Pacific area, Australia benefits from longstanding trade, investment and cultural links with the fast-growing region. This two-way trade of goods and services totals around 42% of the country’s GDP, with Asia representing over 70% of Australia’s total two-way merchandise trade in the last year.  

The country has an open trade economy, which makes doing business in Australia easier than in many other leading nations. Their well-regulated business environment and huge focus on innovation and development, together with political and economic stability, gives investors confidence and security with foreign investment stock totaling over A$2.6 trillion. 

For more information on the best place to set up your workspace in Australia, contact one of our specialist local consultants.  

Discover our locations

Temple Gate

Opposite Temple Meads Station, all-inclusive package: telephony, broadband, meeting rooms and award-winning service.

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King Street

On King Street, 8,500 sq ft of modern serviced office and conference space on flexible terms, from one workspace to 100.

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Tampines Grande

Near Tampines MRT Station, state-of-the-art facilities, spaces to suit your business, flexibility and excellent service.

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Lower Castle Street

Central Bristol, furnished offices, meeting rooms, instant occupancy, no start-up costs, and flexible agreements.

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Pedder Street Central

Hong Kong
Central Hong Kong, and feature-rich, this centre has been designed for a one to four-person company on a tight budget.

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    • Sydney

      Sydney boasts Australia's largest economy and is a leading Asia-Pacific financial hub.

    • Melbourne

      Australia's second largest city, Melbourne has a diversified economy with leading industries in finance, manufacturing and IT.

    • Brisbane

      Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, with a strong industrial sector.

    • Perth

      Perth is home to over 780 Australian Stock Exchange listed companies, more than any other capital city in Australia.

    • New York

      A global power city, and a world leader in technology, finance, entertainment and fashion.

    • London

      One of the world's major financial centres, and a vibrant city for tech innovation, design, and fashion.

    • Singapore

      A major commercial hub and financial centre, Singapore is home to one of the top five busiest ports in the world.

    • Hong Kong

      A global financial centre characterised by low taxation and free trade, Hong Kong is a prime business destination.

    • Dubai

      An IT, finance, transport and tourism hub, Dubai provides businesses with valuable access to the Middle East market.

    • Paris

      Paris is the thriving capital of France with one of the largest GDPs in the world and a diverse economy.

Make great decisions using our research

The availability and price of office space in Australia varies depending on the city. According to our latest Serviced Office Review for the Asia-Pacific region, the average workstation rate in major cities such as Melbourne has fluctuated in recent years because of the highly competitive market and other economic factors, but as development pushes forward, rates continue to stabilise.

Other large cities, such as Perth, have seen workstation rates remain stable over the past year, with supply keeping pace with increased demand. This consistent growth in the city is largely driven by strong development in the mining industry. Perth’s strong economy and leading position as a hub for business in Western Australia has also contributed to the significant growth in the serviced office market over the past three years.

When looking to set up your business in Australia, be sure to consider the price and availability of office space in the different cities as well as what each can offer your business. Compare Australia’s leading cities in our list of Area Guides or contact us directly.  

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