Loom Shared Space - Coworking in Pukekohe, South Auckland

7h Tobin Street, Pukekohe, New Zealand ·
Min. 1 hour
Catherine Tafto

Hosted by Catherine Tafto

SpacetoCo Host since September 2019

About this space

Loom is a coworking office space in Pukekohe, South Auckland, providing both a place to work and a community to work within.

Book a hot desk for $25 + gst per day.

With meeting room hire available and printing included, it is the perfect place to set up your new office away from home.

Whether you are looking for a desk of your own, or just somewhere to hot desk a few times a week, we have a package to suit your needs.

Get in touch or come on in and check it out.

Opening times


9:00am - 5:00pm


9:00am - 5:00pm


9:00am - 5:00pm


9:00am - 5:00pm


9:00am - 5:00pm






Loom Shared Space is a coworking space. This means that we are not strangers sitting next to each other, but professionals working alongside each other, embracing the opportunity to network, collaborate and help each other grow.

At times there may be members who work in the same industry or have competing clients. It is of utmost importance to the healthy functioning of our community that our members respect the confidentiality of both our members and their clients.

We're all adult professionals who share this space and respect each other in the process. This means you are respectful towards all people in your manner and conversation.

Additional details

Host's Cancellation Policy
100% refund on cancellations up until 24 hours before your booking. After that, there are no refunds on cancellation.
Parking and Public Transport Information

There is free parking behind the building (entry between Ministry of Social Development and Caci Clinic). If this parking is full there is free 180 minute parking across Tobin St, outside Countdown.

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