Tech Central unites six neighbourhoods in the heart of Sydney and brings together key industries that have potential to turbocharge our society and economy. From deep tech and quantum computing to AI and applied robotics, Tech Central is home to the imaginative, the inventive, and the industrious, bound by a collective mission to push boundaries, challenge the everyday and change tomorrow for the better.
Tech Central’s Quantum Terminal provides an affordable co-working space for high growth companies in future focused industries in support of the state’s vision for a world-class innovation and technology precinct.
Located at Central Station, Quantum Terminal is situated to attract networking partners that could help grow business or implement scientific and technological research.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said supporting the growth of Australia’s most ambitious innovation centre was more important than ever before.
“With first-class researchers and entrepreneurs eager to collaborate and an innovation precinct ready to support jobs growth, NSW is in pole position to become a global leader in technology,” Mr Perrottet said.
“Tech Central is predicted to bring up to 25,000 jobs to NSW and will be a major player in accelerating our economic recovery and future-proofing our economy.”
Among the first tenants in Sydney’s first centralised collaboration space for researchers, developers, engineers and entrepreneurs are Q-Ctrl, Sydney Quantum Academy and Quantum Brilliance – all working to advance quantum technology, high-performance computing and artificial intelligence.
In July 2022, Tech Central’s Scaleup Hub run by Stone and Chalk will open doors. The Scaleup Hub is located at 477 Pitt Street in Sydney, a short walk from Central Station, and is designed for scaleups and those who support them.
Split over 6 levels and 8,000 sqm of open and flexible commercial office space, the Scaleup Hub offers a range of private office suites, meeting rooms, event spaces and spillover workspaces.
This is Stone & Chalk’s second Hub in Sydney and seeks to transform Australia into a sustainable technology-driven economy.
Chair of the Tech Central Industry Advisory Group David Thodey said the opportunities for innovation and collaboration across the precinct were unrivalled.
“These facilities and support initiatives will help businesses both large and small, driving new opportunities for innovation and collaboration to build a sustainable and enduring world-class precinct.”