This NSW Government website is maintained by Service NSW, which operates the website using the name ‘Service NSW’.

This Privacy notice applies to all the publicly accessible pages located at site. Service NSW does not have any responsibility for the privacy policies or practices of third party sites linked to the Service NSW site. 

Online feedback

You can use the Service NSW website to provide feedback, questions, comments and complaints.

You may be asked to give us personal information to help resolve your feedback or query. This information is collected from you on a voluntary basis and may be shared with the relevant teams in Service NSW and other government agencies in order to provide a response to you.

Website security

Our website is protected by advanced access control mechanisms to prevent unauthorised access. Strong data encryption mechanisms are also used to protect your personal information during data transmission and when your data is stored. 

We may collect, use and disclose personal information, in the following circumstances:

  • unauthorised tampering or interference with files published on the Service NSW site
  • attempts to intercept messages of other users of the Service NSW site
  • communications that are defamatory, abusive, vilify individuals or groups, or which give rise to a suspicion that an offence is being committed, and
  • attempts to otherwise compromise the security of the web server, a breach of law, or interfere with the enjoyment of the Service NSW site by other users.

Service NSW reserves the right to make disclosures to relevant authorities where the use of the Service NSW site raises a suspicion that an offence is being, or has been, committed. In the event of an investigation, Service NSW will provide access to data to any law enforcement agency that may execute a warrant to inspect our logs.

Reporting security bugs or issues

Service NSW takes the security of our customer data very seriously. If you have identified any issues or potential vulnerabilities with our website that might pose a risk to our services or the information trusted to us, then we encourage you to disclose it to us as quickly as possible in a responsible manner.

If you identify any issues with our website that might pose a risk to the information trusted to us, please email us at or use our online feedback form.

Service NSW also utilises a vulnerability reporting program through Bugcrowd (a crowdsourced cybersecurity platform).

To report a vulnerability in the Service NSW Vulnerability Reporting Program:

We will then be able to see your submissions and findings which our dedicated security team and engineers will respond to.

Service NSW will collect your personal information in order to contact you and communicate with you both through the Bugcrowd platform and separately about the bug or issue that you have raised.

If you have any issues with this process, email your questions or concerns to our Security Team at

If you have any feedback regarding the functionality or features on our website that do not relate to a security concern, please use our online feedback form.

Website analytics and cookies

Analytics services

Our website uses Google Analytics and Mixpanel to help us analyse and provide reporting on how our customers use our websites and improve the user experience.

We collect use and disclose data about your interactions with our website to these analytics services for this purpose. This data does not contain information that identifies you.

The type of data that we may collect and disclose to these services includes:

  • your device’s IP address
  • type of device and browser used to visit the websites
  • geographic location
  • search terms and pages visited
  • date and time when website pages were accessed.

We use this data for the purpose of improving website user experience and monitoring use of our websites.


These analytics services collect information using cookies. Cookies are small data files transferred onto computers or devices by websites. We use cookies for record keeping purposes and to enhance the websites’ functionalities. 

Most browsers allow you to choose whether to accept cookies. You can manage or disable cookies in the common browsers by following the links below:

You can block cookies by setting your browser to refuse all or some cookies. However, blocking all cookies may impede full functionality of our websites. 

Advertising analytics

Service NSW will collect and disclose data about your interactions with our website, and when you click on a Service NSW advertisement on the internet, with our third-party advertising partners. This data does not contain information that identified you. We use this data for the purpose of tracking advertising performance and remarketing.

Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter Pixels

We use Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter remarketing pixels to aid in customised, targeted follow-up advertising. This tool allows us to personalise our ads based on interests, demographics, location, or any previous interactions with us within Facebook, Twitter or within LinkedIn. 

Our website uses the Conversion Tracking Facebook Pixel, the Twitter Pixel or LinkedIn’s Insight Tags to allow us to follow a user’s actions if redirected by clicking on one of our Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn ads. This assists us in recording the effectiveness of Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn ads for reporting, analysis and market research purposes.

The data collected through the Facebook Pixel, Twitter Pixel or LinkedIn Tag and provided to us is aggregated and remains anonymous, meaning that we cannot see the personal information of the individual user. However, the collected data is also saved and processed by Facebook and/or LinkedIn and/or Twitter and used in accordance with their respective Data Use Policy (Facebook and/or LinkedIn and/or Twitter).

We may also share information about the use of this website and interactions with our Facebook or LinkedIn or Twitter ads with our trusted social media, advertising and web analytics partners, including Google Analytics. 

LinkedIn may extend sponsored content to users that are active in LinkedIn’s Audience Network (trusted third-party publishers’ apps).

Facebook and its partners may also show you advertisements on and outside Facebook – using the Facebook Conversion Tracking. A cookie will be saved onto your computer or device for these purposes.   

You can change your Facebook Ad Preferences, LinkedIn Ads Settings or Twitter Ad Preferences if you wish to revoke your permission for these services.

Managing or deleting your data

Further information

Read the Service NSW privacy statement for more information on how:

  • we handle your personal information
  • you can access and seek correction of the information
  • privacy enquiries or complaints can be made.

You can call Service NSW on 13 77 88.

Service NSW is located at 2-24 Rawson Place Sydney NSW 2000.

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Last updated: 7 December 2023