About Storage Works
Storage Works Self Storage is located on the Pacific Highway, Artarmon, in Sydney (near North Sydney, Crows Nest, St Leonards, Chatswood, Neutral Bay, Mosman and Lane Cove) making us easy to find and access.
We have been operating at 279 Pacific Highway, Artarmon since 2005. This building has been used for self storage since 1993. Our self storage centre at the corner of 269 Pacific Highway and Campbell Street, Artarmon (up the road from Bunnings Artarmon) is a purpose built self storage facility completed in 2007.
The building at 269 Pacific Highway, Artarmon is built on the site of the former “Speedo” knitting mill. Known as “The House of Speedo”, the Speedo factory was officially opened by the Governor of New South Wales, Lieut-General Sir John Northcott, on 21 February 1957.
Historical photos of the Speedo building and of the opening ceremony of the Speedo Building from the Powerhouse Museum Archives are on display in our office. Historical information about Speedo Knitting Mills Pty Ltd can be found at the Willoughby District Historical Society Inc, Industries & Commerce.
We increased capacity in 2016 with the addition of a third storage facility at 9 Campbell St, Artarmon, Sydney with extended access hours. We currently have 1200 storage spaces.
We have mini warehouses and large business spaces available. Shipping containers can also be received. We also offer a Tesla charging point.
StorageWorks Pty Ltd is the trustee for the StorageWorks Trust and is a member of the Self Storage Association of Australasia.
We are conveniently accessible to the following suburbs on the lower north shore of Sydney and beyond for storage:
Artarmon, Cammeray, Castlecrag, Chatswood, Cremorne, Crows Nest, Gordon, Greenwich, Hunters Hill, Killara, Kirribilli, Lane Cove, Lindfield, Longueville, Neutral Bay, North Sydney, Macquarie Park, McMahons Point, Middle Cove, Milsons Point, Mosman, Naremburn, Northbridge, North Ryde, Northwood, Pymble, Riverview, Spit Junction, St Ives, St Leonards, Sydney, Waverton, Willoughby, Wollstonecraft