From Kiama to Albury and Tweed Heads to Walgett and all places in between, Service NSW has changed a lot since it was established in 2013.
Service NSW has quickly become a one stop shop for more than 1000 NSW Government services and transactions.
More than 15,000 motor vehicle owners in Seven Hills, Kings Langley and Lalor Parkwill be the first in Sydney to access their CTP Green Slip refunds as part of atargeted pilot through Service NSW.
Toll road users will soon be eligible for free car registration as part of the NSW Government’s commitment to tackle cost of living pressures.
Close to 40,000 transactions have been completed at the Nelson Bay Service NSW Centre since doors opened at the Centre a year ago.
Digital driver licences will soon be accepted in Dubbo as part of the NSW Government’s trial ofthe new technology in the local region.Service NSW Dubbo Manager Paul Sutton encouraged residents to register and take part in thetrial.
Small businesses in Georges River will benefit from the expansion of a highly successful NSW Government program that has reduced the time it takes to start cafes, restaurants and small bars from 18 months to just three months.
Residents and businesses in the Riverina will soon be able to access more services in more locations, with four new Service NSW one-stops rolling out over the coming year.
As part of our commitment to improve services and make it easier for our customers, we are bringing Service NSW to Murwillumbah on Friday 20 October 2017.
NSW small businesses will benefit from the expansion of a highly successful NSW Government program that makes it easier to start cafes, restaurants and small bars.
Australia’s first Digital Licences are proving popular with more than 20,000 people signing up for the new feature since being introduced late last year.
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