KoWorks, the innovative co-working organisation with community at its core, is excited to announce the grand opening of two transformative co-working spaces in Killcare and Gosford. The grand opening events will be held on June 23rd at KoWorks Killcare and July 7th at KoWorks Gosford.
A section of the Killcare Surf Life Saving Club has been reimagined into a vibrant co-working space, offering a unique opportunity to work from the beach. The grand opening will be on Friday, June 23rd, from 6pm, where attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy sunset vibes, groove to funky tunes, watch live mural art creation, and network with like-minded individuals.
Craig Sheppard, President of the Killcare Surf Life Saving Club expressed his excitement over this transformation, “It’s been wonderful to watch KoWorks’ reimagining of the space within the Club brought to life, which brings a great new vibe to a part of the club that was a little tired. Killcare Surf Club and KoWorks have a shared passion for our local community and I can’t imagine a better place for them to engage, create and collaborate. With top flight facilities, the best views on the Coast and the sand and surf only metres away, KoWorks at Killcare Surf Club is an exciting development for the Club and Killcare’s knowledge workers and creatives.”
The warehouse on 97 Donnison St, Gosford which is held by Central Coast Leagues Club will be unveiled as ‘KoWorks Gosford’ on Friday, July 7th, from 6 pm. This innovative transformation will offer a hub for tech and innovation on the Central Coast. Central Coast Leagues Club CEO Edward Camilleri said, “We are thrilled to see our warehouse transformed into a destination hub for tech and innovation. This is a testament to KoWorks’ commitment to the community and their vision of the future of work.”
Both events will celebrate local entrepreneurs, innovators, and creatives while showcasing local technology, art, music, and food. With the finest beverages by Upstairs Wines, live mural art by Grant Molony, delicious food by Sophs Dumplings, groovy tunes by Bouddi Soundsystem, and a scrumptious grazing table by The Honey Pickle, the events will offer a vibrant snapshot of the Central Coast community.
Born out of the COVID-19 pandemic, KoWorks has evolved from a small group of people working in a surf club to a co-working movement fostering community, sustainability, and a better way of working. With more people embracing hybrid working and shorter weeks, KoWorks is proud to be at the forefront of this evolving world of work.
KoWorks’ mission is to unlock under-utilised community spaces, making it easier for people and businesses to connect while revitalising and supporting local neighbourhoods. By choosing KoWorks, you’re not just investing in yourself but also in the local community.
Media, politicians, business owners, and the public are invited to attend the grand opening events and experience the transformative power of KoWorks firsthand.