Breville says farewell to Botany and welcome to the new HQ in Alexandria

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Breville offices

The new Breville HQ 

After 18 years at Botany, the Breville, Kambrook and Philips (personal and garment care) teams have unpacked their moving boxes and settled into their new home at 170-180 Bourke Road, Alexandria.

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The move to Alexandria is the final phase of the relocation, which started in February 2014 when new state-of-the-art warehouse facilities were relocated to Minto.

The modern two storey corporate premises have been fully fitted out with a showroom for each of the three brands, a model shop, as well as a dedicated engineering room and test kitchens for Kambrook and the three Breville categories: food preparation, cooking, beverage and toast.

“The Botany site was full of nostalgia, however we had completely outgrown it. Moving to Alexandria has allowed the business to group teams for more effective communication and work flow, as well as provide space for growth,” says Breville Australia’s new general manager Mark O’Kelly.

“The interior design of the new office is a contrast of new and old. Visitors will be impressed by the huge jaffle maker feature wall, a modern communal kitchen/dining area and stunning courtyard, while elements of Breville’s history are still on display in the showroom.

“Alexandria is a dynamic industrial area and offers a vibrant and creative place to be as a business, and for our staff to enjoy.”

Breville reception jaffle wall

Breville’s  jaffle wall in reception

Kitchen dining

The new building has plenty of space for food thinkers to do their thinking 

Breville showroom

Breville showroom

Kambrook showroom

Kambrook Showroom

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