State services: Northern Territory
The Registry records all births, deaths, marriages and changes of names occurring in the Northern Territory.
Change your address details with the Northern Territory Motor Vehicle Registry. Changes can be made online, by phone or by mail.
The Northern Territory Pensioner Concession Scheme is available to eligible carers, senior citizens, non-pensioner aged war service veterans, pensioners and low-income superannuants. Information includes how to apply, application forms, available concessions and eligibility details.
Consumer Affairs provides information about rights and responsibilities for consumers and businesses in the Northern Territory. Includes links to complaint and dispute resolution, product safety, Indigenous issues, scams, residential tenancies, uncollected goods etc.
Index page of links to local council websites in the Northern Territory.
Renew your Northern Territory driver licence online, by phone or mail, or at a Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR) Customer Service Centre.
An Evidence of Age Card is a card that provides evidence of your age, and is available to any Northern Territory resident over the age of 18 years.
Pay your Northern Territory fines online, by deduction, by phone or in person. Fines can be paid at the Fines Recovery Unit, any Court House in the Northern Territory, all remote police stations in the Northern Territory and all Australian Post Offices.
Access a range of licences, permits and application forms administered by Northern Territory Government agencies.
Alphabetical contact list providing phone numbers and email, postal and physical addresses for Northern Territory government agencies.
Search for job opportunities with the Northern Territory Government. Includes links to applicant information, employee benefits and skills in demand.
Justices of the Peace perform a wide range of services in the Northern Territory including administering an oath, taking an affidavit or attesting the execution of a document. Includes information on how to find a JP, their responsibilities and how to become one.
The Land Titles Office is responsible for keeping a register which contains title to all land under the Land Title Act. Registered dealings are open to public search and include mortgages, transfers, leases, discharge of mortgages and applications to replace lost certificates as to title. A fee for these services applies.
Northern Territory page covering the steps to get your driving licence. Hints, tips and resources links on the page include information for instructors, L and P plate drivers.
Are you having legal problems? Take your first step towards a solution. Call the Northern Territory Legal Information line on 1800 019 343.
Provides information on all current consolidated Acts and subordinate legislation of the Northern Territory.
Service Locator helps you find Department of Health services including urgent care after hours clinic, aged and disability services, dental services, hospitals, hotlines and helplines, palliative care, renal services and sexual assault referral centres.
The Northern Territory Police, Fire and Emergency Services is a tri-service with an overarching vision to enhance community safety and protection through excellent policing, fire prevention and emergency response services to the community.
Find information about public holidays and regional holidays observed in the Northern Territory.
Information about public transport services in Darwin, the rural areas of the Northern Territory and Alice Springs.
Find information about concessions, travel fares and free travel options in the Northern Territory. Links on the page include maps, routes and timetables, lost property, interchanges, public and school buses.
Renew your Northern Territory vehicle registration online, by phone or mail, or at any Motor Vehicle Registry Customer Service Centre.
An essential service for all road users in the Northern Territory, the Road Report website provides up to date road condition information for all government controlled roads.
The Northern Territory Road Users’ Handbook is a comprehensive guide for the new driver, with important information in relation to obtaining a driver licence, the rules of the road, and basic driving skills. The handbook also explains the Australian Road Rules which are used in each State and Territory of Australia.
The Northern Territory Seniors Card provides a number of discounts including government transport and registration, and participating business discounts on a range of goods and services. Apply for a card, request a replacement card, change your details or cancel your card.