The staffs working in this post office are extremely unhappy with their job and should be forbidden to work and serve the public.
I was in this post office for about 20 mins using the self-service kiosk(domestic parcels) + over the counter(International parcel). I observed this guy working at the self-service kiosk, he pick the customers he like, his miserable expression changed to a huge smile and laugh with joy in literally 2 seconds when he saw someone that dress nicely(usually girls), as for customer that less confident, speak softly, not attractive or even guys, he would arrogantly answer their question and got very very defensive when they ask more question, he make customer feels like they are uneducated and should know everything before going to the post office andread more
Having recently gone a little crazy buying items from Ebay (c'mon I'm a girl :) and being a member of a monthly beauty club has meant that I frequent Australia Post a Broadway a lot. Monday to Friday they offer a separate counter outside the retail shop that offers a hassle free approach to collecting and sending parcels. The retail store is open Monday to Saturday with various hours to accommodate workers that can't get down there during traditional business hours and there is also a foreign exchange within the outlet where you can attend to exchanging currencies for that island getaway or European trip you have planned (wishful thinking). As well as your normal post items such as stamps, envelopes, boxes, etc they also sell gift cards (perfect for presents), books, dvds, electricals like hard drives and USBs, stationery and kiddie items to keep the little ones happy. There is a convenient walk straight up passport counter where you can arrange your passportread more