REFURB UNDERWAY ON GUNNEDAH
SERVICE NSW CENTRE
Work is underway on the new Gunnedah Service NSW after the old motor registry ceased trading on Friday 20 October 2017.
Member for Tamworth Kevin Anderson said a temporary site has been set up at the existing motor registry which will allow customers to continue to process transactions face-to-face while the refurbishment takes place.
“Service NSW continues to be a game-changer on how customers interact and transact with government, and now we are bringing this successful one-stop shop model to Gunnedah,” Mr Anderson said.
“We know many people prefer to do their business face-to-face which is why we’re bringing Service NSW to Gunnedah so that we can deliver more frontline services and transactions.
“Once open, the Gunnedah Service Centre will make transacting with government more convenient, offering everything from driver licences, vehicle registrations, Seniors Card applications, owner builder permits and housing payments under the one roof.
“We want to ensure local residents have the best possible access to government services which is why these upgrades are so important.
“This is about providing more services in a more convenient way and is a great win for our community.”
The new Service NSW Centre is set to open Friday 10 November. During the refurbishment, a temporary site will be set up outside the existing Motor Registry so that customers can continue to process transactions. Hundreds of transactions are also available online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For more information please visit, www.service.nsw.gov.au.