Walton Collective is an organisation that lives in the Burns Building (1932) in Te Awamutu, NZ. An eclectic architectural masterpiece that weaves from main street of the town through to Walton Street, offering a variety of spaces for lease for businesses who want to be part of the collective.
The space offers a mixture of food, retail, creative, art, social and music.
Each space is very unique. From rustic, through clean whites with plywood to classic 1930’s interiors, Walton Collective is an adventure.
Our co-existence is what drives each business to be better. In this space collaboration is encouraged, supporting each other is essential and work life balance is the highest priority.
Walton Collective is excited about our growth and ultimately loves the thought of attracting more great NZ creatives.
Walton Collective - serious fun.
Four creative business's - one space.
Architects of Change (Carl Sheridan), Big Kid Film Productions (Chris + Erinna Lane), Design on Q/ Illustrated Publishing + Kuwi the Kiwi (Kat Merewether).
Walton Street Coffee. Walton Street Coffee is a place to hang out, to eat fresh, vegetarian, clean flavours that change daily. In the winter it is slow-cooked curries, daals and soups; in summer it is salads and smash.
Sometimes, you just wanna hang in a space that is all about you and me, our families, our friends, our community, our Te Awamutu.
Concerts / Street Art / Exhibitions / Pop-up shops / Great Food / Great people.