Creating the ‘hippest’ baby brand

Couple team up to help new parents combine fashion and function.

Record sales reveal Aussies’ love of nostalgia

Australians are opting for the nostalgia of vinyl when it comes to buying music, with three times as many records bought on site as CDs since December of 2017. More than half of the top ten best-selling records were first released before the turn of the century and only two of the top ten were released this decade.
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In search of a better night’s sleep

With four in ten Australians experiencing inadequate sleep, the secret to a good night’s sleep isn’t as far away as we might think, with simple changes and a set routine often being the answer to a good night’s sleep.

Aussies’ dream travel destinations this Easter, according to travel guide sales

Aussies are opting for culturally and naturally enriching getaways, with globally renowned cultural hotspots such as Europe, India and South America making the top ten travel books purchased since we launch in December 2017.

A passion for inventing

Amazon's evolution from online bookstore to device manufacturer, publishing service, global marketplace, fulfillment network and cloud computing provider is driven by our passion for pioneering and inventing on customers' behalf.

Our first Australian Innovation Day

On 10th April we held our first Innovation Day at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, designed to inspire business and technology leaders.

Inspiring Australian business, big and small

We hosted our first Australian Seller Summit at Jones Bay Wharf in Sydney on November 13th 2017. The event, organised in partnership with the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and the SME Association of Australia (SMEA), was attended by hundreds of people who came to hear how businesses, big and small, could use Amazon Marketplace to grow.

The history of the Kindle in Australia

Kindle is designed from the ground up for reading. Amazon launched Kindle in Australia in 2009 with the vision of offering every book, ever written, in any language, all available within 60 seconds. We spent more than three years building the original Kindle—a first-of-its-kind portable reader that looked and read like real paper, even in bright sunlight.