Google Smart Home

Control your home hands-free

Get a little help at home, and a lot more time for you, with the latest smart devices from the Google Nest range.
A Google Nest Hub Max rests on a side table displaying time of day, the weather and a beautiful, sharp sunset image as wallpaper.

Your Google smart home starts here

Choose your Google smart display and start building your hands-free home.

Nest Hub (2nd gen)

Music. Shows. Simple smart home control.

Google Nest Hub is the centre of your hands-free home. Stay entertained with movies and tunes, ask Google for help, and control other Nest devices with your voice.

Nest Hub Max

Big help for your busy home

Nest Hub Max with Google Assistant helps your busy family stay in touch and on track. Stay entertained on the 10-inch HD screen, check in when you’re away with the built-in Nest Cam and more.

Add Google Nest Security products

Help protect your smart home and keep an eye on things indoors or out.

Nest Cam (battery)

Know more. Outside or in.

Nest Cam is wire-free, so it goes almost anywhere that you need it, outside or in.  Built-in intelligent alerts tell you when something important happens at home. And it’s easy to install yourself.

Nest Doorbell (battery)

Know more. No wires required.

The Nest Doorbell is the battery-powered video doorbell that works with any home. See what’s happening at your door from anywhere, and get alerts about important activity, like a visitor or package delivery. 

What type of smart home are you?

Whether you want maximum control or just hands-free entertainment, build the Google smart home that's right for you.

Connected family home

If you've got a full house, you may want all the hands-free help you can get. 

With a good mix of devices you can keep everyone entertained, set up routines, keep an eye on the kids - and get back your free time.

Complete your connected family home with:

Hands-free home

If home's your haven, set yourself up for hands-free living and on-tap entertainment. 

Use your voice to start the tunes, catch Netflix while you cook, welcome guests while your hands are full. Let Google do the work while you relax.

Subscription may be required for apps like Netflix.

Complete your hands-free home with:

Basic smart home

Already use your Pixel phone to run your life? Add a couple of Nest devices and you can run your home remotely too. 

Set the mood and put music on before you arrive. Resume your podcast. Place hands-free calls with Google Meet. It's the easy way to sync up your life.

Complete your basic smart home with:

Frequently asked questions

Both Nest Hub (2nd gen) and Nest Hub Max have Google Assistant and Chromecast built-in, plus intelligent voice match technology. Here are the main differences:

  • The Nest Hub (2nd gen) has a 7-inch touchscreen and full range speakers.
  • The Nest Hub Max has the bigger 10-inch touchscreen and includes a 6.5 megapixel camera, with a wide-field view and face-matching technology. Nest Hub Max also has a stereo speaker system with woofers and tweeters.

It depends on what kind of hands-free help you want.

For example if you want to be able to watch shows, listen to your playlist and get updates while you're busy in the kitchen, then a Google Nest Hub or Nest Hub Max could be ideal to start your smart home. 

They both have quality sound and great screens, plus with the built-in Nest Cam on the Nest Hub Max you can make video calls with Google Meet to friends and family.

If you're more about the music and just want to hear your favourite tunes when and where you like, then a Nest Mini could be a great choice. You can combine them and add more speakers for real stereo sound and music that follows you around the house, too.

To make video and voice calls, a Google Meet calling account is required for you and call recipients. Video and voice calling features are subject to regional availability and do not support calls to emergency services or premium-rate numbers.

To make video calls and leave video messages, Google Meet accounts are required for you and call recipient.

Yes, you can set up and manage your Google Nest Cams and Nest Doorbell via the Google Nest app on your phone.

You do not need to have a Nest Hub or Nest Hub Max. However, having a Nest Hub display located centrally in your home will allow you to see the feed from your Nest Cam or Nest Doorbell without reaching for your mobile phone. 

Yes! You'll just need to download the Google Home app for iOS and make sure that both the Nest and Apple devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

You can also download the Google Assistant app on your iPhone too.

Google Nest

Voice-activated calling with Telstra on Google Nest devices is no longer available for new registrations. We will discontinue voice-activated calling from 15 September 2023. Learn more about the changes to Google Voice Activated Calling.

Compatible smart devices are required. Voice-activated calling with Telstra requires a compatible smartphone and a Telstra Mobile service with credit, a powered Google Nest Mini connected to an active Wi-Fi network and activation through iOS/Android Google Home app. Data charges may apply. Call charges will be in accordance with your Telstra mobile plan. Liberate and Mobile Protect are incompatible. Excludes business customers. Music subscription may be required. Requires Netflix subscription.

Google Nest devices and Pixel phones

To make video calls and leave video messages, Google Meet accounts required for you and call recipient. Some intelligent alerts require Nest Aware subscription (sold separately). Some features, including mobile notifications, remote control, video streaming and video recording, require working Internet and Wi-Fi. Subscription services may be required for certain content.

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 To make video and voice calls, a Google Meet calling account is required for you and call recipients. Video and voice calling features are subject to regional availability and do not support calls to emergency services or premium-rate numbers.