Facilities are pretty good- standing desks, nice kitchens and good views of Lake Burley Griffin and the surrounds at higher levels. Depending on what team you're in, the dress code can be very casual to quite formal. Generally the managers tend to wear corporate wear (without a tie) but staff can wear neat, casual clothing.
It's an agile work environment in the centre of the city with standing desks, lockers, great changing rooms and showers. Everything is very modern and all the tech works well - nearly every meeting room has VC, telecon, projector screens, etc.
Facilities are very good. Standing desks, good computers etc. Industry House is located in civic which is a bonus. Dress code is 'business' but not strictly enforced.
Actually quite nice - we have open plan offices, with a decent amount of breakaway spaces. The floors are bright and well ventilated, with nice kitchens and facilities. Perhaps one of the better perks is that the office is located in civic, and is very close to shops, green areas and public transport.
The office is very comfortable. Dress codes varies by area, but generally it is not overly strict and makes allowances for the hot summers and freezing winters.
The department's office has been newly renovated creating more flexible and open work spaces to enhance collaboration and work productivity. Basic kitchen amenities like fridge, microwave, toaster, sandwich press, milk for your coffee/tea and seating is provided The dress code varies whether you are public facing (e.g external meetings - suit & maybe a tie) or dealing mostly internally (more casual wear). Most people dress casual on Friday's. For the most part Males wear a shirt and business slacks.