Office & Workplace at Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO)

Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.

Dress code - corporate mon-thurs, casual fri.  Can differ between different offices.  City offices are in a good location.
Graduate, Melbourne
Company has multiple offices around the country, some are better than others. Facilities are not new but not too old either. Dress code: men are in shirts with no ties. Casual Friday (men wear jeans and a t-shirt).
Graduate, Melbourne
New, well designed offices, open plan layout, lots of natural light, good central location. Dress code is fairly relaxed, no ties or jackets required generally.
Midlevel, Perth
I am located in the Sydney CBD office. It is an open plan office with relatively new furnishings and a nice big kitchen that many staff eat their lunch in. The dress code is best described as corporate-casual, except casual Friday.
Graduate, Sydney
Office is in the heart of the city (so great location), and it is great inside too!  Dress code is generally business attire, normally not so formal as to require ties, etc. (except maybe when important meetings are involved).
Graduate, Brisbane
Business - no need for jacket and tie. Casual on Friday.
Graduate, Melbourne
Nice offices will all ease of access to amenities. Layout may be a little outdated but easy to use.
Graduate, Melbounre
The AEMO offices have good facilities and are generally in a good location in the major cities.  The Melbourne office has a more semi-formal dress code - i.e. no jeans and t-shirts on Mon-Thurs; we do casual Fridays.   For guys a shirt and suit pants (no tie), and ladies nice top and pants/skirt or dresses.
Midlevel, Melbourne