Our office locations:
Our IT, Software Development, Operations, and Technical Support centres are located in Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne, as are both local and regional Sales, Marketing, and Support offices.

Don’t take our word for it, here’s what Lonely Planet had to say about Newcastle in its Top 10 Travel Destinations for 2011…

“Is it Australia’s most underrated city? Anyone surprised to see Newcastle on the list of 2011′s hottest cities probably hasn’t pulled in off the Pacific Highway, or at least not for a while.

Newcastle flies under the radar of Aussies and international travellers in part because it’s overshadowed by its bigger, bolder and better-known sibling, Sydney, 150km south. But, at around one-tenth the size, Australia’s second-oldest city has Sydney-like assets: surf beaches, a sun-drenched subtropical climate, and diverse dining, nightlife and arts.

Not only is Newcastle ideally located just two hours by road or rail or 30 minutes by plane or seaplane from Sydney, it’s less than an hour’s drive west to the Hunter Valley wineries, south to sailboat-filled Lake Macquarie, north to whale-watching and shark feeding at Port Stephens and to sandboarding at Stockton Beach.

Since the close of BHP in 1999 Newcastle has seen an explosion of artists taking advantage of the cheap living costs. Newcastle now has the most artists per capita nationwide, and the most galleries – from acclaimed regional centres to independent, artist-run spaces and dozens of city-centre buildings occupied by photographers, fashion designers, digital artists and more as part of the inner-city regeneration scheme, Renew Newcastle. Today’s ‘new’ Newcastle is a unique blend of imagination, sophistication and laidback surf culture.

Why Work In North Sydney? Convenience, Access, Culture and Vibrancy!

Even if you live outside of Sydney, North Sydney is a fantastic place to work. It is well connected by public transport – both buses and trains service this suburb. It is also a quick ten minutes’ bus ride into the city.

Most people who live on North Sydney find that there is plenty to do in North Sydney and you do not really need to go into the city. North Sydney is home to many corporations and large organisations. It is the second largest business district in the whole of Sydney and fourth largest in Australia. There are malls, boutiques, shops, plenty of restaurants, cafes and pubs to cater for everyone’s needs.

North Sydney is surrounded by some of the best living in Sydney. On a nice day walk to work across our great bridge. Stroll to nearby restaurants at Blues Point Road, Crows Nest or Neutral Bay, or stay in North Sydney itself with a great variety of restaurants and good pubs. Everything is walking distance in this suburb. There are great shops at Greenwood Plaza, Walker Street, Neutral Bay or Crows Nest for all your grocery needs or late night requirements. Visit the great markets near the North Sydney council on Friday nights and Saturdays.

Parks are plentiful with North Sydney oval and Cammeray park perfect for kids and families, or take a leisurely stroll to the harbour. Until living here,

“I never appreciated just how fantastic this suburb is! I simply love it and can’t think of living anywhere else. Totally converted, and love the fantastic lifestyle this suburb offers.”

North Sydney is recommended if you like the convenience of being close to work and enjoy the bustle of this high energy city.

Melbourne is the capital city of Victoria, a southern state of Australia. It is the second most populated city in Australia and often regarded as the cultural capital.

Whilst it does not have the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Bondi Beach that Sydney does, it more than makes up for that with its culture, beauty, architecture, night life, restaurants and bars and access to major tourist attractions such as the Great Ocean Road and its Twelve Apostles and Otways rainforests and surf beaches such as the world famous Bell’s Beach as well as nearby snow skiing in Winter.

To the east there are alpine wilderness regions, fairy penguins at Philip Island and beautiful Wilson’s Promontory. In the west there is some great bushwalking and camping to be had in the Grampians and abseiling at Mt Arapiles.

Central Victoria has a historic gold mining region to be explored along with the fascinating past of volcanic activity now extinct for some 10,000 years. While the wine making regions of the north and in the Yarra Valley offer great culinary get-aways. The 2008 best Shiraz wine in the world came from Melbourne’s western suburbs.

Melbourne’s major bayside beaches are located in the south-eastern suburbs along the shores of Port Phillip Bay, in areas like Port Melbourne, Albert Park, St Kilda, Elwood, Brighton, Sandringham, Mentone and Frankston although there are beaches in the western suburbs of Altona and Williamstown. The nearest surf beaches are located 85 kilometres (53 mi) south-east of the Melbourne CBD in the back-beaches of Rye, Sorrento and Portsea.


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