NSW Government seeking EOIs for new innovation hub

4 Aug 2021

Expressions of interest are now open for founding members of ‘Quantum Terminal’, a new collaboration space in Sydney’s Tech Central.

Located at Central Station's Sydney Terminal Building, the Quantum Terminal will provide workspaces and event facilities for researchers, educators, developers and engineers in quantum technology, high performance computing, AI and adjacent technologies.

The Quantum Terminal is part of the 24 hectare renewal of Central Precinct, located in the northern end of Tech Central. Transport for NSW is leading plans to renew this iconic location.

Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said as a whole Tech Central will in time provide 50,000 square metres of affordable space for start-up and scale-up businesses.

Peter Turner, Sydney Quantum Academy’s CEO said: “This initiative will allow us to bring the community of entrepreneurs, academics, businesses and students together to share ideas and develop the talent required to meet industry’s rapidly expanding needs.”

“We look forward to working with its future residents to ramp up development of Sydney’s quantum economy.”  

Find out more on the new space and EOIs here or read the media release from Minister Stuart Ayres.