Top 5 Remote Work Locations in Sydney for Your Next Business Trip

Sydney is a vibrant town that is pulsing with culture and energy. People come to Sydney to learn about Australian history and take in the local flavor -- and many also come for business travel. If you're planning to take a business trip to Sydney, you'll find many places in town where you can get work done while you're there. Here are five of the best places that are suited for remote work in this coastal Australian city.

Gravity Coworking

Do you feel inspired by other remote workers? If so, you may want to work at Gravity Coworking during your business trip to Sydney. This Sydney coworking space is centrally located within the city, and you can get a day pass for drop-in visits, which includes a selection of desks and tables, WiFi and black-and-white printing. Gravity is an excellent place for the business traveler that wants to be surrounded by other remote workers.

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Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific

Do you like to take a break from remote work to get a cocktail or a glass of wine? Or even to pop upstairs to your hotel room to take a nap? If so, consider working at the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific. This luxurious Sydney hotel has a lobby with a huge selection of seating and table options where you can set up your laptop. The lobby itself has free WiFi, so you'll have no problem connecting while you're there. The hotel also has multiple bars and restaurants, so when you need to refuel, there are plenty of options for food and drinks.

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Museum of Sydney - The Governors Table

Sometimes, when you're on a business trip, you also want a chance to take in a little of the local culture (even if you're super busy with work). If you want to visit a local attraction during a break on your business trip to Sydney, try doing work at The Governor's Table at the Museum of Sydney. The Museum of Sydney is on the site of the first Government House and outlines the history of Sydney and the people who live there. Tour the museum, then take a break in the restaurant to get some work done (before going back out to explore). This cafe has a menu of local, modern Australian cuisine, and it's open seven days a week. In addition to the food on the full menu, you can also take advantage of a coffee cart there - for caffeination purposes. There is free WiFi throughout the entire museum for your convenience.

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The Hunter Works

If you want caffeine to be your main focus while you do remote work in Sydney, consider working at a coffee shop like The Hunter Works. The Hunter Works features breakfast, lunch, beverages and coffee specialties, and it has a huge selection of seating, so you can easily set up a workstation during your visit. The coffee shop is open seven days a week until 3 p.m., so it's definitely a great spot to visit if you're a person who likes to do remote work in the morning.

Haymarket Library

There are many public libraries where you can find peace and quiet to do work on a business trip to Sydney. One of the best is the Haymarket Library, located in the heart of Chinatown. The library is a manageable size, and it's built in a beautiful 1875 Venetian Gothic Revival building. The library has free wireless internet, public access computers, scanning, printing, photocopying and more.

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Where have you worked remote in Sydney? Share your recommendations to fellow business travelers below!