Coolgardie Innovation and Economic Development Centre - Coolgardie Post Office

Built in 1894, when Coolgardie was the third largest town in WA, the building housed government services for 25,000 residents.

Coolgardie Post & Telegraph Office, ca 1900. Photo Credit: State Library of Western Australia.

The Coolgardie Innovation and Economic Development Centre project will revitalize the internal areas of the Post Office Complex to create Aboriginal Training facilities, a Cultural and Community Hub, a micro-business shared office area and a variety of museum and visitor spaces.

This project was estimated to be completed by January 2022, but due to the devasting fire in September 2021, this deadline has been extended.


The Shire of Coolgardie secured the following funding support for this project:

BBRF -$916,100

REDS - $100,000

Lotterywest -$233,500

Project Update

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Expression of Interest Details

I wish to express my interest in the below tenancy area/s within the Coolgardie Post Office Complex Innovation and Economic Development Centre.

Area 1 - Commercial Office and Small Business Collaborative Area

Area 2 – Currently Occupied

Area 3 – Currently Occupied

Area 4 - Community Hub Downstairs *

* Casual spaces available for bookings

Area 4 - Business Incubator / Hive Upstairs

Area 6 - Large Gallery and Function Casual Space Area

This Expression of Interest is for:

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