Our Facilities

We support more than one million employees around the world who are innovating and working to serve customers in our global fulfilment centres, retail locations, data centres, corporate offices and tech hubs.
Two women who are Amazon employees engage in a conversation in a shared workspace in our Sydney, Australia office.

As we have evolved to meet the many different needs of our customers, so have our facilities.

We operate hundreds of world-class facilities in cities and communities around the globe to efficiently get customers what they need. In Australia, we have fulfilment centres and corporate offices across the country including in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Adelaide.
An image of a partially built Amazon fulfillment center with construction barriers and equipment around it. There is a blue sky overhead.

Construction of Australia’s largest warehouse is underway

The building shell is nearly complete on the first Amazon Robotics fulfilment centre in the Southern Hemisphere, which is on track to open by the end of this year. Spanning 200,000 square metres, the new fulfilment centre will create more than 1,500 local jobs working alongside advanced robotics.

Over the last decade, Amazon has invested more than AUD $5 billion in Australia, including in infrastructure and compensation.

Amazon continues to expand its Australian workforce of more than 3,500 employees. In February 2021, Amazon announced the opening of a new office in Adelaide, which will create more than 50 jobs by 2024. We have also announced plans to open a new AWS Region in Melbourne in the second half of 2022, which is expected to create 90 new jobs. In 2020 we also announced more than 2,000 permanent and temporary operational jobs for Australians ranging from entry level to highly skilled roles.
Getting packages to customers
Our fulfilment network is made up of state-of-the-art technology and a variety of building types and sizes to support processing orders, but it’s truly our people who bring the magic of Amazon to life for our customers.

An Amazon Fulfillment Centre
Amazon Fulfillment Centre, photographed Wednesday, June 28, 2017.
Photo by JORDAN STEAD / Amazon

Fulfilment centres

In our fulfilment centres, employees pick, pack, and ship customer orders from categories ranging from books, toys, and housewares to gardening equipment, TVs, and grocery items.

An image of an Amazon delivery driver holding packages while looking into his car. He is wearing a neon safety vest.

Delivery Stations

In these buildings, customer orders are prepared for last-mile delivery to customers. Amazon delivery partners enable our fast, everyday shipping.