How Amazon prioritises health and safety while fulfiling customer orders

We are committed to the health and safety of our associates, delivery partners, employees, and customers.

Amazon Australia launches Pet Profiles with a nationwide pet and paw-rent look-alike competition, judged by Media Personality Georgia Love

Today we have launched Pet Profiles, a feature which makes it even easier for Aussies to take care of their furry friends.

A Thank You bonus for Amazon front-line employees and partners

Today our front-line employees and partners—those who have been preparing orders in one of our fulfillment centres, delivering orders to our customers’ homes, or one of the many roles in between—will receive a Thank You bonus for their service.

How Amazon is supporting local communities during COVID-19

Our local community program is focused on providing meaningful support to those affected by the pandemic in the areas where we operate
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Amazon announces its first robotics fulfilment centre for Australia

The new fulfilment centre will bring 1,500 jobs with the opportunity to work alongside advanced robotics

Amazon Launchpad Announces SMB Grants to Drive Innovation

New research reveals 92% of Australian small to medium sized businesses (SMBs) feel optimistic for the future, despite challenging times

Taking classrooms to the cloud

With tens of thousands of students of all ages across Australia and New Zealand now learning from home, there’s no doubt our educators have done a remarkable job of adapting to engage students using online tools.

'There's no place like gnome' - Amazon Australia launches a Garden Store for all things outdoors

The new Amazon Australia Garden Store features a wide range of products to make your outdoor space as inviting as possible

Local businesses prepare for the (new) normal

As restrictions on social activity ease across Australia and New Zealand, employers of all sizes are gradually welcoming staff back to the workplace. But for many organisations, there is a new meaning to ‘business as usual’, as we start to adapt to longer-term changes to how we live and work.

Taking action to increase our sustainability

Our planet’s changing climate is one of the biggest issues facing organisations and individuals today. This is why Amazon has taken action to co-found The Climate Pledge to increase the environmental sustainability of our business by drawing 80 per cent of our energy needs from renewable sources by 2024, reaching 100 per cent renewable energy use by 2030, and achieving net zero annual carbon emissions across our entire business by 2040.

Ways to beat the boredom and have fun at home this Easter

We know these are challenging times as people find ways to stay busy and entertained at home. With the long weekend nearly upon us, Amazon Australia has a range of great content available to help bust the boredom – from TV and films, to books and games – with something for everyone in the family.

Disruption drives rapid innovation

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on the way people live and work. And, while it has been very disruptive for almost everyone, the crisis has also sparked new waves of innovation, as retailers, restaurants, software developers, and more have adapted. We’re inspired by the rapid rate of innovation as Australian customers of all sizes use cloud to create new business models, and work to reduce the impact on our communities, now and into the future.

Agtech startups help farmers harvest the power of data in the cloud

Think about farming and you will most likely to think of images of livestock grazing or crops growing in a field. But in modern farming, every one of the hundreds of actions that take place each day creates data. And when that data is harvested and analysed, it provides a wealth of information that is benefitting New Zealand farmers in countless ways.

Lending a helping hand

Teaming up with Australian Red Cross to deliver thousands of meals to vulnerable Melbourne communities

Digitally delivering remote healthcare

Usually, when a patient feels sick, they go and see a doctor. But during the COVID-19 crisis, it’s never been more important for people to stay at home to reduce the potential for the virus to come in close contact with non-infected patients and medical staff.
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