First Nations Innovation Hub

The First Nations Innovation Hub will be facilitating connections between FN entrepreneurs and the broader tech/business economy. With the knowledge and skills of the collective community of experts, we hope to foster innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth for FN people.

The improved space at the First Nations Innovation Hub will provide a valuable new service for all of us who work virtually and want or need to be in contact with our colleagues and friends in person, but don’t have the time or resources necessary

What is a virtual coworking office?

Virtual coworking is a relatively new concept in the workspace-sharing industry. It has become popular for those who are looking to work remotely or need to work out of different offices. Virtual coworking spaces are not physical locations but instead exist online. They offer many of the same benefits as traditional coworking spaces.

Support and Services

Unfortunately, Barayamal hasn’t got the capacity to review every business plan we receive outside of our programs and events but this virtual coworking office will allow us to tap into the broader community in Australia and overseas to help support FN entrepreneurship.

There will be live events, business training, mentors and Entrepreneurs in Residence that will provide one-on-ones with the members. The coworking office also offers networking events.


It’s free for FN people and non-Indigenous people who genuinely want to help, not get rich from Indigenous disadvantage.

We want to create a space for people to come together and find solutions that work. We’re in this for the long haul and we hope you will join us.

How do I sign up?

No more waiting for a spot to become available or dealing with traffic.

Click on the relevant link below to get started.

You will be able to explore the virtual coworking space/office and find out more about the various ways in which we can help you meet your needs before the office gets busy.

First Nations Innovation Hub