Do you run a business?
Are you an entrepreneur?
Are you looking for a co-working space or meeting room?
Do you need business advice?
Would you like to connect with other businesses?
Fairfield City Council is supporting businesses of all sizes, in all sectors, and at every stage of development, through its Workary, whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur, a start-up enterprise, a home-based business, or an established small-to-medium enterprise.
The Workary is at no cost. Features include:
- A community workspace featuring ‘drop-in’ desk space and lounge area
- Collaborative workspaces
- A ‘pop-up’ demonstration space
- Concierge service for start-ups
- Coffee and tea provided
- Bookable meeting rooms (fees and charges apply)
- A range of audio-visual equipment for presentations
- AV projector
- Business start-up workshops and networking events.
- Latest business-related books, magazines, videos and online resources
- Connect to our Wi-Fi and business resources
- Referral services to business advisors also available in Vietnamese and Arabic through Business Connect
- Networking opportunities, meet-ups with other business owners and entrepreneurs or anyone else with interest in business
- The Workary team draws on formal and informal partnerships with a range of key industry and government stakeholders
- Business team-building programs
- Scanning, copying and printing services (fees and charges apply)
- Advertising and marketing opportunities
- Placing your business cards on industry featured wall
- Online business directory and job board on our council website
Studio 2166 is a high-end film and recording studio built for digital content creation. Access the facility to film promotional videos, create green screen special effects, or record interviews and podcasts.
Fairfield City Open Libraries offers this creative facility free to members, small businesses and the general public. Book in and start your creative projects today.
Key features include:
- Sound-proof facility consisting of a sound booth for audio recording and a green screen
- iMacs with 64 GB of RAM
- Production software including Pro Tools and Adobe Creative Cloud
- Microphones, synthesisers and sound equipment
- Cameras for video and photography
- Sony 55 HD LED Smart TV
- Digital Kawai piano
- Lighting, including softbox and video lights
- Studio reference headphones
- Audio interfaces and mixing desks
Attend regular workshops to learn how to use the studio and get started on your project today.
- Virtual reality, coding, and HP Z240 Series gaming PCs
- 360° cameras, robots and bots
- Educational and creative classes
- The use of 3D scanner and 3D printer (fees and charges apply)
You supply the talent, we supply the stage!
We are looking for street artists, acoustic or classical musicians to create a great vibe at The Alcove. Are you an emerging musician waiting for discovery? Are you looking for a space to gain experience to perform in front of a live audience?
Whether you are a singer-songwriter looking for your first break, acoustic act, play wind, string, piano or keyboard, we want to hear from you.
- The Alcove is open to performers for 30-60 minute intervals weekly.
- Limit of three performers for each performance.
- Space is a semi-circle, approximately 2.4m wide and 2.1m high.
- Located in the Whitlam Library’s busy foyer, The Alcove offers performers maximum visibility to visitors with high foot traffic.
- Mic and small amp available upon request. All other equipment to be provided by performers.
- Space not suitable for karaoke.
- Open to all ages.
Monday - Friday 10am-5pm
Event Terms and Conditions
- Your attendance at events supported by Fairfield City Council may be digitally recorded through photographs and/or video recordings. Images may be used for promotional purposes on council's websites, publications, social media or by newspapers. By attending this session you agree to these terms. If you do not wish your image (or the image of your child) to be published, please notify staff before the event.
- Bookings are essential and spaces are limited.
- If you are unable to attend please cancel your tickets as soon as possible. This will enable others to participate in the event.
- Due to the safety and enjoyment of participants, we are unable to admit latecomers to the room after the start time.
- Please arrive 10 minutes early to allow the event to run on time.
- Patrons who fail to comply with the Terms and Conditions set out above will have their tickets cancelled.
The Workary is committed to providing an accessible space for people of all abilities. Check out these useful accessibility links below.
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
The NDIS Website provides information about the National National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Linking people with disability, their families and carers in the community.
Public Toilet Map
The Toilet Map provides information on over 16,000 publicly available toilets across Australia, including accessibility, opening hours and facilities, such as showers & baby change.