HP Enterprise Services head David Caspari stands proudly at the site.
As yet, the datacentre is mainly an idea expressed on plans.
HP has a whopping 13.4 hectares worth of space on the site.
HP is planning an initial build of 2320 square metres, roughly the equivalent of nine tennis courts of usable space.
Caspari said that the site itself has room for an additional 45 tennis courts worth of usable space, and plans to construct the extra space based on customer interest.
The site is situated in Eastern Creek in Sydney's western suburbs. Caspari said the site is being built with the aim of achieving a 30- to 50-year shelf life for the centre.
The Tier III-rated facility to be housed in this panorama will offer customers 99.982 per cent uptime.