Some offices are better than others. Brisbane City offices have poor parking options
Being located all across Queensland the offices vary significantly. Dress code for office employees is usually smart-casual. Buttoned up shirt or polo with pants/jeans is usually the go to. All employees are provided with a laptop and a desk space to sit at that is quite large and you won't feel cramped. Lunch room facilities are clean.
The offices are in good locations and have clean and well kept facilities. The welcoming and family culture is reflected in office dress codes. My understanding of the office dress code is business casual. At a previous organisation, I was told that I must wear a jacket and heels to work everyday (no exceptions). My current employer Energy Queensland is much more reasonable with dress codes. When working in the field, you are supplied with adequate uniforms and PPE. Even if I am working in the depot, it is nice to wear the field uniforms and reflect on the core workers of this company.
New office, best in town, central location
The office is open plan, and pleasant to be in. There are kitchenettes and drink stations. There is a significant amount of businesses in the local area to buy high quality food at low cost. Dress code changes by department really. I tend to wear long sleeve dress shirt with trousers, but am not required to.
Offices are large, clean and tidy. You have access to great equipment at every location. Dress code is flexible, but mostly business casual to business.
Nice office at Newstead. Fairly standard office setup with 2 screens + laptop. Dress code is mixed, varying from standard office gear (no tie) to T-shirts on a casual Friday.
It's usual office attire except Friday where it's more casual. There are multiple locations around Queensland and the facilities are generous.