It’s not the first time Reddit has become a popular place for residents to post content.
It has been criticised for its role in facilitating hate speech and for hosting racist and misogynistic comments, including comments that encouraged residents to kill members of a community.
But it has been a boon for the community as it has given residents the ability to share images, videos and photos from across the internet.
The website has been used to share the news, discuss current events and post news updates, making it a place that has given many people the ability for direct contact with each other.
Reddit, which has grown to become one of the most popular websites on the internet, now has over 1.8 million users.
The social news site has recently seen a surge in popularity as its community grows.
Now, Reddit has teamed up with local businesses to create a resident services business.
“As Reddit grows and evolves into a global community, our hope is that our resident services businesses can become a platform to connect people who have no connection with each-other through content, and help them connect to their community,” Reddit said in a statement.
“This will be a fantastic way for us to build a stronger community, expand our reach and connect with our community from across Australia.”
Residents will be able to purchase merchandise and other goods at Reddit shops, and will also be able upload content to the site for others to view.
The company said it had invested over $300,000 in community relations and community development projects over the past two years.
The move comes after the launch of a new mobile app, Reddit Go, which offers a way for residents of Australia to communicate with other residents and visitors to Reddit, and to make suggestions for new posts to the subreddit.
The app has been downloaded over 2.5 million times.