Location is key when looking for office space in Adelaide. While the city isn’t the biggest in the world, each area has its own clear benefits. The fringe areas of the city are convenient for commuters with lots of parking available, West Adelaide is close to the airport, but for companies who just have to have the city address and presence, the CBD really is the only option.
Prices in Adelaide are considerably cheaper when compared with other Australian cities. Prices currently range from $400 – 700 in the outskirts of the city, rising to $700 – 900 per person, per month for serviced offices in prime locations in the centre of the city. When looking at serviced offices keep in mind that these costs usually cover a variety of amenities and as such can offer great value for money.
While most companies in Australia don’t choose to have their corporate headquarters in Adelaide (unless they started out there), many national and international companies understand the importance of having a presence in the city. As such Instant Offices often get requirements for smaller spaces to accommodate satellite offices. Having said this Instant Offices are able to accommodate most inquiries, from one person through to 100 or more depending on the specifics.
Why choose Adelaide?
As stated, one of the major benefits for companies moving to Adelaide is the considerably lower rental prices in comparison to other major Australian cities. Adelaide and the wider South Australia region is also one of the top wine producing areas in the world, with well-known brands such as Jacob’s Creek found here. With great weather, great wine and spacious parklands, Adelaide is a great city to live, work and play.
Five things you probably didn’t know about Adelaide:
- Adelaide’s Botanic Garden has the largest and oldest glasshouses in the Southern hemisphere
- The city has the most restaurants per head of population in the whole of Australia
- Sometimes known as the ’20 minutes city’ meaning anywhere within the city can be reached within a 20-minute walk
- The South Australian Museum on North Terrace houses the largest collection of Aboriginal culture and artefacts in the world
- The City of Adelaide was named after Queen Adelaide of England, the wife of King William IV, who lived from 1792 to 1849