Hills Veranda

Saw Drive, Darlington WA, Australia ·
Min. 1 hour
Daniel McCullen

Hosted by Daniel McCullen

SpacetoCo Host since March 2017

Co-Founder: SpacetoCo (space sharing made easy); Educator, Father, Life-long Learner.

About this space

This idylic back veranda offers peace and quiet, or a wonderful place to have an informal gathering.

It offers:
-a great glass top table for working, eating or relaxing
-a number of games for playing (foosball or darts)
-a comfortable swinging chair
-a lovely backyard outlook

Possible uses for the space might be to come to relax and read a book, have a hangout with friends, enjoy a barbeque, or to hold a more relaxed strategic planning session (bring your board markers for making notes on the glass table).

The co-founders of SpacetoCo have found themselves working from this table on more than one occasion, and it is a great working space!

Extra items and charges

This space has extra items and charges that can be added to your booking. Some may be required depending on your booking time and this will be shown at the checkout.

Opening times






10:00am - 6:30pm


10:00am - 6:30pm


10:00am - 6:30pm




10:00am - 6:30pm


Please be mindful of neighbors. While it feels like they are miles away, they are just beyond the wall of vegetation.
Please ensure that you tidy up after using the space.
If you use the barbeque, please ensure the gas is off after use. If it is still warm, don't worry about replacing the cover.
A free, freshly made espresso coffee is on offer upon arrival for up to five guests if I am around on the day of your booking.
If you require an extension cord to use laptops or other A/V at the table, please advise via messages ahead of time.


Additional details

Host's Cancellation Policy
100% refund on cancellations up until 12 hours before your booking. After that, there are no refunds on cancellation.
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