Principle Functions of the Offices
Brisbane is a key location for the company, with services provided from two premises; its registered office in the Central Business District, and its warehousing facility operated by a partner organisation in the city's south. Along with ensuring that the company satisfies all regulatory financial compliance requirements Brisbane also serves an integral role in the execution of transactions via its central deployment of enterprise resource planning and shipping operations.
Being the state’s capital, the city of Brisbane is home to many government department headquarters, defence industry primes, financial services flagship branches, and is the international distribution hub. With direct flights to 28 international destinations and 42 domestic destinations, our team often employs Brisbane as a centre during trade missions.
Information about Brisbane
Founded in 1825 Brisbane is the capital and most populous city of Queensland, it is the third most populous city in Australia with a metropolitan population of circa 2.4 million and regional population of more than 3.5 million. A total area of 15 826 square kilometres mean the local government areas are some of the most populated in the country with the City of Brisbane by far the most populous local government area in Australia. Brisbane has experienced record population growth for the last two decades and has exceeded the national average every year since 1990.
Records show around 30% of Brisbane’s inhabitants were born overseas with the four most prevalent countries for immigration being the United Kingdom, New Zealand, India, and mainland China. Close to 18% of households speak languages other than English with the most common being Mandarin, Vietnamese and Cantonese.
Built across the floodplain of the meandering Brisbane River the city is one of the oldest in Australia and is known for its distinctive local architecture. The central business district is partially elevated and much of the older suburbs on the north are also hilly however the remainder of the city is very low-lying which has been attributed to exacerbating the effects of flooding events. Brisbane has a subtropical climate with hot, humid summers averaging 26.4°C and dry moderately warm winters averaging 16.2°C.
The local economy centres around information technology, financial services, higher education, and public-sector administration and is all concentrated in and around the central business district. The industrialised urban fringe supports petroleum refining, stevedoring, paper milling, metal working and railway workshops.
Spectating at competitive team sports is an extremely popular pastime for Brisbane residents with a variety of sporting codes experiencing strong support. The most popular sports include Rugby League, Rugby Union, Soccer, Cricket, and Australian Rules Football. Brisbane has been host to several major sporting events including Commonwealth Games, Rugby World Cup, and Cricket World Cup.
Government Information: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/