QT Neighbourhood Node

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· 67 Spring Street, Queenstown SA, Australia ·
Min. 4 hours
Max. 8 hours
Neighbourhood Node

Hosted by Neighbourhood Node

SpacetoCo Host since September 2022

Neighbourhood Node Pty Ltd is a social enterprise based in Alberton, South Australia. We love our neighbourhood and made it our daily work to connect with our neighbours and make our hood the best place to live.

This space contains 5 different areas that can be booked independently.

About this space

Welcome to QT

Located on 67 Spring Street, Queenstown, QT (cutie) is a community space owned by the City of Port Adelaide Enfield. The building started life as a child care centre for the workers of one of the garment-producing businesses that were dotted all over this area. More recently, it has been used by many different groups within the community, such as the Queenstown Citizens Group, which continue to run Bingo every Wednesday morning.

In September 2022, Neighbourhood took on a lease of QT to re-imagine it as a multi-use neighbourhood node that is active daily.

QT is supported by volunteer staff from Monday to Friday but is accessible for Neighbourhood Members to use between 6 am and 10 pm daily. It is a place where you can work, talk, plan and learn – on your own or together. Whilst the building is mainly one big space, the different parts can be used simultaneously for different purposes:

  • the co-working desks in the Work Hub are available for hire on a casual or regular basis

  • the Studio has tables and chairs that can be set up (or not) however you need for meetings, workshops and activities

  • the Canteen is a meeting area close to the kitchen and coffee/tea station for small informal meetings and gatherings

  • the Neighbourhood Garden is a work in progress by and for neighbours, with the view of becoming a garden and neighbourhood nursery for people to use, enjoy, learn and grow together

  • the Veranda has a 5m long table with benches perfect for informal gatherings and conversations

  • the Kitchen and Break-out Room are not yet available for use but will be in the near future.

In true community spirit, the different elements of the QT building will be used by different individuals/groups simultaneously, encouraging conversations, collaboration and exchange between them.

QT will be accessible for use by Neighbourhood Members free of charge for community purposes and at affordable rates for neighbours that want to use part of the space for commercial purposes such as co-working, offering paid classes/workshops or baking goods to sell. Free Neighbourhood activities are happening at QT – such as gardening sessions, Advance Care Directive workshops, entrepreneurial programs and an intergenerational dinner club.

Booking schedule

1 AM
2 AM
3 AM
4 AM
5 AM
6 AM
7 AM
8 AM
9 AM
10 AM
11 AM
12 PM
1 PM
2 PM
3 PM
4 PM
5 PM
6 PM
7 PM
8 PM
9 PM
10 PM
11 PM


Tables Screen WiFi Chairs/Sofas Outdoor Area Coffee / Tea Toilets Kitchenette Air Conditioning TV Heater Sound System Available Staff Projector Whiteboard Wheelchair Friendly Lighting BBQ Cleaning Equipment Bins Accessible Toilets

Suitable for

Community Group Conference Remote Work Training Workshop Counselling


67 Spring Street, Queenstown SA, Australia

Opening times


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


6:00am - 10:00pm


We ask you to leave the place as you found it. Smoking or the consumption of alcohol is not allowed on the premises.

QT is a shared space. We ask all users to consider each other and positively contribute to the shared environment.


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Additional details

Host's Cancellation Policy
100% refund on cancellations at any time before your booking.
Parking and Public Transport Information

There is limited street parking on Spring Street. QT is a neighbourhood venue. We encourage neighbours to walk or ride a bike to reach QT.

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