Create and Maker Space

FREE resources for those who have gained access to the Create and Maker Space and want to create, play, make, invent, experiment, and do
If you’re a maker, creator, builder, fabricator, designer, or just want to have a tinker, the Create and Maker Space has all the right tools, equipment, supplies, training, and support to help you create what you imagine!

The Create and Maker Space is guided by a Code of Conduct and a robust culture of health and safety to give you the freedom to be creative and experiment. You need to complete the orientation and equipment training prior to use.

See below for more information on the items we have available, gain access to the Create and Maker Space (if you haven’t already), and check out What’s on for training sessions and other events.

Gain access to the Create and Maker Space

To use the Create and Maker Space and access all the exciting tools, technology, and machinery, you need to gain access to the Create and Maker Space first.

Equipment training is provided and necessary. Check out the What's on page for training options.

Gaining access to the Create and Maker Space is easy:

  1. Read the Code of Conduct and take the online quiz - you require 13/15 to pass
  2. Book a 45 minute Orientation session

Once you've attended orientation you're free to book your preferred equipment training sessions and start using the Create and Maker Space to unleash your potential and create what you imagine!

Cut out and engrave designs with acrylic, wood, MDF, leather, and cardboard
Take professional quality photos of prototypes and projects
Create small computing devices, robots, dedicated circuit boards, and more
Transfer a model from real life into a computer model
Cut shapes in adhesive vinyl to create decals and stickers
Make clothes, soft toys, bags, and cushions, or repurpose old items into new
Make moulds for art, silicone, or food materials, like chocolate
Prototype items like cases and boxes, puzzles and toys, phone and camera mounts
Create more durable prototypes of models out of wood, foam, and MDF