Sister Project Community Hub - Workshop Space
Hosted by SisterProjectSpacetoCo Host since March 2023
Join Sister Project now and immediately become a part of our community, with access to our flexible co-working space, exclusive events and programs. Sister Project is a not-for-profit established to support the needs of our diverse community in the north east of Perth. The Hub, managed by Sister Project is a collaborative, flexible working space designed for individuals and organizations that exist to serve our community.
About this space
With a funky and friendly vibe, Sister Project’s unique Community Hub is a rare find in the Perth. This warm, inviting space offers the perfect atmosphere for learning, connecting and relaxed discussion, putting your group at ease while allowing them a professional and reflective space to interact, absorb and focus.
Our Hub is divided up into numerous areas. There is a Main Event Space, with lounges, Small lounge area, Workshop Area, Kitchen, Counselling Room, 2 Offices, 3 Classrooms, a Computer Room and a breakout area.
The workshop space is suitable for individuals, community groups and organisations to use for purposes such as: consultations, workshops, remote office work, client meetings, training, art and craft workshops, sewing classes and hot desking.
The Workshop Space is made up of a large board table which can comfortably seat 14 chairs. It has numerous and easily accessible power points making it ideal for workshops which may require multiple machines or for individuals wanting to hot-desk. The Workshop Space has a wall-hung TV with HDMI cord to connect to your laptop.
The Workshop Space sits amiably alongside the Community Kitchen and the Main Event Space. Freshly ground coffee and other hot drinks can be purchased from the foyer.
The Workshop Space is available for regular hire! We encourage regular hires by having reduced rates. Message us through this page to discuss what you need. We promote all ongoing activity groups and classes through our social media and on our noticeboard. There is the extra benefit of cross referencing with other groups and services that meet in the Hub. Regular bookings are invoiced monthly.
Sister Project prides itself on actively supporting diversity and inclusion. As we are on Level 1, there is a lift to access from ground level. There are two wheelchair reserved carspaces in the free carpark behind the facility. We pride ourselves on being wheelchair accessible to all areas and also have an eaily accessed bathroom in the main foyer with a babychanging station. We are an LGBQTI+ friendly and safe space. We have resources in different languages and regularly have members of our community onsite who can speak a diverse range of languages to support understanding.
Our wonderful Community Hub is centrally located on the main street of Ellenbrook. We are surrounded by cafes and eateries (including Dome, Subway, Dominoes, as well as Chinese, Vietnamese, and Italian options). Downstairs is an ATM. Across the road is the central park and access to the main shopping complex for the North East of Perth. It has a number of large department stores (including Kmart and Big W) as well as supermarkets (Coles and Woolworths) and a multitude of smaller retail stores. There is also liquor store over the road and our local pub.
Level 1, 38 Main Street, Ellenbrook WA 6069, Australia
Thank you for not smoking or vaping onsite. There are to be no naked flames. The facility is checked after each booking. We understand accidents happen and appreciate that you will be liable for for the costs of any damage.
There is a free carpark directly behind our facility as well as surrounding street parking. The shopping complex over the road has multiple areas for parking. We are on the bus route from the north of Ellenbrook to Bassendean, Morley, Whitfords and Midland stations. The Ellenbrook train station is one block away from our facility and will be completed in 2024.