"Its all in the same facility, in the same complex, the meeting rooms, training facilities, its all on our doorsteps.
"It makes it easier, you literally just get changed and walk out on the training pitch rather than spend half an hour travelling...its nice and chilled rather than 4.30pm here, then 5pm train ... We can work in our own time. You have got our rooms, social rooms for chilling, standard stuff," Luongo said.
Sometime skipper Trent Sainsbury said the venue reminded him of his earliest days with national teams.
"It reminds me a lot of Canberra, the AIS, where I had some of my fondest memories at.
"I’m well at home here . I’m enjoying it because I’m with the boys pretty much 24/7 and one of the things I look forward to when I come into camp is hanging around with the boys as much as possible."