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Sweet spots to work remotely in Australia

They call it ‘hot desking’ for a reason – because the game is to get as close to the sun as possible while still being able to make out the words on your laptop screen and not blow a retina.

Really, it’s just downright productive to brown the buns and achieve world domination at the same time. Hence why working from anywhere is the dream of a Millennial. I mean, millennium.

Good news: you don’t need to be Rihanna to blow off the office and enjoy a baller lifestyle. We’ve sourced the best spots around Australia where you can work remotely. We can’t guarantee productivity, but you’ll feel like a Bajan popstar on the inside (where it counts less, but still counts). BYO rum and cigars though… we can’t help you there.

 

The Airstream Caravan at The Atlantic, Byron Bay

Two Space, closed restaurants used for co-working

Any beach with Free Wifi, bags the picnic table

The Sunset Bar, overlooking Broome's Cable Beach

Republica, St Kilda, Melbourne

Dandy’s Rooftop, Fox Hotel, Brisbane

The Cottesloe Hotel, Perth 

Bib & Tucker, Fremantle

Andrew (Boy) Charlton pool, Sydney

So many pretty views

In case you're not self-employed