Google has announced that it will be providing an artificial-turf installation service in Australia.
Google says that it has been working with the Australian Government to install artificial turf in some parts of the country, and it is partnering with the Victorian Government to supply the services to some Victorian local government buildings.
The announcement comes a few weeks after the company announced that the services were coming to a new location in the Northern Territory.
The Australian Government is the largest single source of funding for artificial-Turf installation in the world, and the announcement is a major step in the company’s efforts to provide these services in Australia as it continues to expand its presence in the country.
Google’s announcement comes after the Australian Federal Police announced last week that it would be offering a free installation service for a period of up to three years.
Google said in a blog post on Tuesday that it had agreed to provide the installation service.
“We are also working with local authorities across Australia to get this service up and running in some of the more remote parts of their jurisdictions,” Google wrote.
“Our goal is to provide this service to communities throughout the country and we hope to be able to deliver this service in as little as a year.”
The installation service is free of charge to all Australians, but it requires a minimum of three months’ experience installing a new software package, and installation times may vary.