Google Australia's new HQ: a peek at the new Googleplex in Sydney

A peek at Google’s new Sydney office reveals a great environment to relax, play, have fun, eat and collaborate with your colleagues -- and you may get some work done too!

Swim with the fishes

Undersea adventures. Rooms are labelled after Australian icons, colloquial terms and favourite treats such as barramundi, Iced Vo Vo, and the famous hanging rock.

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  • John

    intelligence could be compromised when a f-r-i-b-u-l-a-t-o-r loads to super chop the means of intelligence that could arrive. This in the area of human intelligence could damage the natural tendency human endurance.

    If the concept is human vermin, hear this, already in perth(wa) the bird life have gone missing as if the concept is with vermin killing.

    The instigation of arriving at human vermin could be effectual killing unwanted where the human is only considered for upholding a self defense role for them selves that is an asset in the conspiracy.

    Give these poor creatures a chance to have life please not just for these concerns but the natural tendency to have life around.

    Give them a queen to care for the city in this way - is it possible.

  • Blake weller

    This lady is a Nut case ! I'm still waiting for the cops to arrest me. Any dumwit would be able to figure itout. She thinks everyone is spying on her. ....

    van der klugt

    it makes us phu--en sick that bigpond has out sourced to a useless orginisation like google tried to use your street directory on no less than four accousations so if it is up to us we shall see if we can go back to bigpond

    Stavi Antoniou

    Dear Google

    The following post by Darrell Crouch & Associates (an ex employer of 2011) has continued to cyber bully, harass me over the years in an attempt to discredit my professionalism/career by putting on the WWW this discriminating, vexatious and defamatory piece of literature. I made contact with Blake Weller the IT contractor of the office who refuses to take it down. Found on the link, as follows:

    Advertising this-

    "Darrell Crouch - Address, Phone, Public Records - Radaris
    Australia Day 2011 - Stavi Antoniou a strata manager from Darrell Crouch and Associates decided to imprison men, women & children in the common areas of a ..."

    Please contact me on 0424254301, to discuss the deleting of the aforementioned from Google Search engine.

    Jo-Anne O'Brien

    Wow looks good.

    I hear that Newcastles Marching Koalas are going to entertain you on Friday night 5/7/13
    That will be great for the Band


    super tech.............................

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