Change my address in New South Wales
If you are moving and your new address is located in the New South Wales, use the links below to notify government organisations of your new details.
A checklist has also been created to remind you of both government and other organisations that may require your new address.
Change your address details with the Roads and Maritime Services (New South Wales) online, by phone, or by visiting a motor registry.
If you are a New South Wales Companion Animal Owner, print out the form and send or deliver in person to your local council to update your address details.
If you are a current Justice of the Peace (JP) in New South Wales, you can use an online form to advise the Attorney General's Department of NSW of a change to your private contact details, which are held on the confidential database of JPs by the Attorney General's Department of NSW and/or your public contact details, which are displayed on the publicly-available internet register of JP's.
The New South Wales Seniors Card is a free discount card providing members with access to NSW Government transport concessions, travel and business discounts.To be eligible for a NSW Seniors Card, you must be a NSW permanent resident, aged 60 or over and work no more than 20 hours a week in paid employment. Apply for a card, request a replacement card, cancel your card or change your details.