Our Workplace

Corporate Offices

Our network of offices connects passionate innovators in cities across the nation and the world, working together to create the next best thing for our customers. Designed to inspire and to foster collaboration, Amazon workplaces make it easier to invent.
A man and woman who are Amazon employees engage in a conversation in a shared workspace in our Sydney, Australia office.
Amazon in Australia and New Zealand
In Australia and New Zealand, we have corporate offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, and Wellington.

Amazon is focused on continuing to innovate on behalf of our customers, and improve our efforts to be Earth’s best employer and safest place to work.

We currently employ more than 3,500 people in Australia across our Amazon.com.au, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon Devices, and Audible businesses. In the past year we created more than 1,000 new local jobs, and have plans to continue to grow our local team. We offer a wide range of jobs from entry level opportunities to specialised roles in a range of professions including data scientists, robotics, product development, logistics, creative content producers, interface designers, and many more.
A woman works on her computer at her dining room table. In the background is a modern kitchen.
Helping communities around the world
We are a part of the communities around the world where our employees live and work. We bring the same innovation and energy to our neighbourhoods and cities as we do to our work every day.

We look to leverage our scale for good and use our ability to innovate quickly to strengthen communities. Amazon’s culture is built around solving impossible problems, which is why we’re able to take a different, more hands-on approach than most. We work side-by-side with community partners to find solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges and build long-term, innovative programs that have a lasting, positive impact.

Some ways we’re supporting communities around the world include making sure more young people learn about STEM; addressing “Right Now Needs” to help ensure basic needs are met in order for students to be successful at school; and supporting global communities following natural disasters.