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A$25 / pp / day

Common on West Umina Beach, Australia

   
A$39 / pp / day

Work Collective Umina Beach, Australia

   

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About Umina Beach

Not a city but a suburb on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Umina Beach is 85km north from the bustling hub of Sydney and 111km south of Newcastle. It's locally known as being on "The Peninsula" where you will also find the suburbs of Woy Woy, Booker Bay, Ettalong Beach and Blackwall. Umina Beach is the most populated area on the Central Coast where most of its residents can be found running along its unbroken sandy shoreline, hanging out in the Surf Life Saving Club or getting creative in a coworking venue before going for that next swim.
A small sunny enclave for those into sun worshipping and water sports, Umina Beach has everything you need to live a blissful and relaxing lifestyle. Its name is derived from the Australian Aboriginal word meaning "Place of sleep", so as you can imagine the area has a laid-back charm with the biggest decision being where to have your morning coffee along the commercial foreshore area.
There is a steady upward growth in startup capital across Australia, but New South Wales takes the lion share, with Victoria and Western Australia coming in behind in the money game. Sydney is where the New South Wales government wishes to create a pseudo-Silicon Valley and anticipates creating about 10,000 new jobs by 2036. The tech community has various opinions about this. Being close to universities punching out the talent is a big plus, but a downside is the expensive living costs of Sydney, especially for bootstrapping startups that will require government assistance to bridge the gap. This is where dynamic small enclaves such as Umina Beach come into it, as you don't have to be in the big smoke to get your work done so long as there is a coworking venue around to run to.

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