I2N Hub Hunter Street

Located in the heart of Newcastle, I2N Hub Hunter Street (formerly known as Three76 Hub) is an ideal space to create, test and develop your innovative service or product. Over two levels, I2N Hub Hunter Street accommodates flexible co-working spaces and collaborative meeting zones with the technology and programs to support startups in the Newcastle region.

More than a co-working space

We welcome applications from UON staff, students, researchers, and alumni, and anyone from the community keen to benefit from the shared experience of developing a high-growth business in a friendly and encouraging workspace. A hub tour is a good first step to see if co-working is for you, and the application form gives you an idea of the kinds of business who would benefit from membership. Access the numerous benefits of membership by choosing either a Connect Pass or Full-Time Pass.

Programs 

The Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) offers a range of complimentary talks, workshops and innovation expert programs for I2N Hub members.

Connect with UON researchers, students and graduates

Now more than ever, startups need domain expertise to help them grow and make an impact. But attracting the right people can be a challenge in itself.  I2N staff help startups connect with UON researchersstudentsgraduates to grow their business when resources are scarce.

"Early on in our startup journey, my co-founders and I realised that we were lacking marketing know-how so the most logical option was to outsource it. By reaching out to I2N staff they were able to put us in direct contact with Program Conveners to identify enthusiastic students and recent graduates that allowed us to create four jobs at our startup.”

Sahil Harriram Co-founder and CEO of Elite Robotics


Want to know more?


Connect today

Email: i2n@newcastle.edu.au
Address: 376 Hunter Street, Newcastle



Road closures  

Hunter Street between Worth Place and Watt St is closed to motorised traffic due to light rail construction. Keep up to date with construction updates via the Revitalising Newcastle website. Pedestrian and bike access (via footpaths) to I2N Hub Hunter St is still possible. Please allow extra travel time to accommodate increased traffic in surrounding
streets at peak times.

Cycling? This Newcastle city cycling map shows low-traffic road routes and shared paths to the CBD. Secure bike storage is available on the ground floor of I2N Hub Hunter St with additional bike parking located directly opposite the Hub at the Newcastle Court House.

Public transport? In addition to Transport NSW's planner, a free Newcastle CBD bus shuttle (route 110)
operates in a loop between Newcastle Interchange (Wickham) train station and Customs House on Watt Street. Please note that due to light rail construction on Hunter Street, buses are running along King Street, with the nearest bus stops near Auckland St (on King St) and near Crown St (on King St).

Driving? Nearby car parks with rates are noted on the map above. Off-street parking is metered at min $4per hour (M-F, 9-5pm).

Park and Ride? A free shuttle for UON staff and students between Callaghan and Newcastle City campuses is available Monday to Friday, 7:15 AM - 10:15 PM. The shuttle does not operate on weekends or public holidays and services are restricted during semester break. More info here.