They are nice. Plenty of rooms and spaces to do work/catch up/meetings. "Dress for your day" was recently introduced to encourage people to dress as they would if they weren't going into the office (of course within boundaries). You are not obliged to wear heels and look extremely fancy or anything which is good.
HQ offices in Melbourne very progressive and forward thinking, break out areas, chill zones etc. - Dress code "dress for you day" policy to increase employee comfort. Customer facing uniform comfortable and caters well for genders, religious dress codes and general comfort.
Graduate, Burnie, Tasmania
Offices are always designed without consulting the staff who use it - what meeting rooms do we require, of what size, with what tech facilities? Offices are clean and modern but nothing special. Dress code is "dress for your day and role" - if you're meeting investors, corporate attire is expected, if you're sitting at your desk all day doing admin work, you can dress down. Very relaxed and reasonable dress code.
Location and facilities are good Dress code is 'dress for your day' which is enforced differently across different teams. However generally it is encouraged to dress casually yet still professionally unless you have client meetings (for girls there is no expectation to wear heels every day).
Great location, right in the heart of CBD. Have change room facilities that provide towels and showers. Business dress code, some teams dress more business casual.