State services: New South Wales
Registers life events including the registration of births, deaths and marriages and official changes of name and sex. The Registry also provides free access to their unrestricted birth, death and marriage family history indexes.
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.
New South Wales Government page providing links to information about funerals, bereavement, dying with dignity, wills and legal issues.
Steps to get your NSW driving licence. Hints, tips and resources links on the page include tips from Roads and Maritime Services testing officers and rules for L and P plate drivers.
Renew your New South Wales Driver Licence with the NSW Roads and Maritime Services. Licence holders seeking renewal must complete a licence renewal application. Forms can be downloaded from http://www.rta.nsw.gov.au/publicationsstatisticsforms/forms/index.html
Safeguards consumer rights, regulates specific industries and occupations, and advises traders on fair and ethical business practices.
The New South Wales Government Directory provides summary information about NSW Government organisations, their people and services.
Search for job opportunities with the New South Wales Government. Includes links to Cadet information and career profiles.
Provides information about the roles of Justices of Peace in New South Wales; how to find one and how to become one.
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.
Estimate the amount of duty you need to pay on the sale or transfer of land or a business in New South Wales.
Land and Property online shop provides information about title search and records, land values, deeds and specialised searches in NSW. Some services require payment.
To apply for legal aid in New South Wales, you will need to meet some eligibility requirements. Before filling out an application form, use the Means Test Indicator to check whether or not you qualify for legal aid.
The NSW legislation website provides free access to current authorised legislation in force in NSW. Search and browse the authorised current versions of legislation, historical or 'point-intime' versions, and repealed legislation. You can also search and browse legislation as it was made, including archival material dating back to 1824.
Find your local New South Wales council.
Enrol in the i-learn course to find out more about the New South Wales Housing Code and fast track 10 day building approvals for new homes and renovations. It's free, it's online and anyone can do the course. i-learn takes about 2 hours to complete.
The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) is a volunteer-run emergency and rescue service dedicated to assisting the community throughout New South Wales.
The New South Wales Photo Card is a voluntary card for people who do not hold a current NSW driver licence, or other form of photo identification, to help them show who they are. It may be used to help access a number of everyday services such as sending or receiving international mail, opening bank accounts and entering licensed premises.
This page has information about public holidays to be observed in New South Wales.
Plan your New South Wales bus, train or ferry trip. View online timetables by day or route number. Site includes links to latest news about public transport.
The New South Wales Government provides subsidised or concession travel to a wide range of people within specified target groups. These include school and tertiary students, jobseekers, apprentices, trainees, people with disabilities, certain ex-members of the Defence Forces, pensioners, NSW Seniors Card holders and war widow/ers.
Renew or transfer your New South Wales vehicle registration online at myRego.
Includes links to mobility parking schemes, heavy vehicle driving hours regulations, penalties, demerit point scheme, road users handbook and traffic legislation.
Find information about demerit points, suspensions, restrictions and options for payment.