About The Freelance Collective:

Growing numbers of Australians are leaving their day jobs to freelance, which gives them the professional freedom to carve out their own definition of work.

But freelancers can feel disconnected, and crave a supportive community.

They’re also too busy handling projects to market their freelance business or find ways to increase their online visibility. Or form relationships with other freelancers. This platform solves both of these problems.

For clients, tracking down the right freelance talent is like finding a needle in a haystack.

So, we build The Freelance Collective – a community of top Australian creative freelancers.

It’s a place for top Australian freelancers to promote their skills – and get found.

If your profile is approved, it costs just $15 a month, or sign up for a year for $160 (+GST) – bringing you greater VISIBILITY. So clients can find you, and reach out direct to you when they’ve got a project for you.

We’re also a community, so you can connect with like-minded freelancers to seek advice in a trusting environment.

CLIENT TESTIMONIAL: “I spent several months looking for a great fit for my business’ PR copywriting and pitching needs. I hunted on Facebook Groups, marketplaces like Upwork, word-of-mouth-referrals, you name it. Finally, I was told about The Freelance Collective and within minutes I found exactly what I was looking for! I only wish I’d known about this platform earlier. I’m impressed with the quality of talent on the platform, and the work that goes on behind the scenes to vet the talent,” Paridhi Jain, founder, SkilledSmart

FREELANCER TESTIMONIAL: My profile on The Freelance Collective increased my website traffic and led to me landing a large ongoing client within just a few weeks of joining. Not only is the exposure great for business, the platform also connects me to a community of high-quality freelancers who I can depend on for advice and support,” Laura Clemesha, managing director, A La Mode Marketing

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As someone new to freelancing and working predominantly from the isolation of a home office, I have appreciated having a group of like-minded peers to ask questions of, share experiences, and learn the ropes from some of the most talented freelancers in the business.
Steve Colquhounfreelance copywriter, editor and journalist