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State services: South Australia

Atlas South Australia

Use Atlas South Australia to access maps and geographic information about South Australia in an interactive atlas format.

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure [SA]

Change of address details (SA)

Use the EzyReg online facility to change your address details or vehicle registration address details in South Australia.

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure [SA]

Concessions finder (SA)

A range of concessions is available from the South Australian Government. Find information on concessions and entitlements you may be eligible for by selecting one or more of the available options.

Department for Communities and Social Inclusion [SA]

Consumer and Business Services (SA)

Provides links to information for consumers on topics such as consumer advice, business advice, making a complaint, product safety, residential tenancy and scams.

Consumer and Business Services [SA]

Councils [SA]

Find information and contact details for local councils in South Australia.

Local Government Association [SA]

Death and grief

Provides information on making and executing a will, organ and tissue donation, coping with grief and loss, and funeral organisation.

Government of South Australia

Government [SA]

Links to departments and other bodies, premier and ministers, parliament and local government.

Government of South Australia

Jobs [SA]

View current job vacancies with the South Australian Government. Includes links to SA Government Graduate Register, where graduates can register to become part of a pool of available candidates.

Government of South Australia

Justices of the Peace (SA)

Information relating to Justices of the Peace in South Australia. Includes information on how to locate a JP.

Attorney General's Department [SA]

Land titles search (SA)

Access information about a South Australian property, including ownership; constraints such as easements, heritage etc; sales details; site and capital values; property details; copies of survey plans and Certificates of Title. To search this information, you will need a title reference number or the address details.

Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure [SA]

Legal aid application [SA]

To apply for legal aid in South Australia you must complete an application form and send it to a legal aid office together with proof of means (such as a copy of a pension card, or if working, two pay slips). Legal aid application forms are available online, or from Legal Aid offices, community legal centres and most law firms.

Legal Services Commission South Australia

Legislation [SA]

Provides links to the South Australian Acts, Bills, regulations and rules, policies, proclamations and notices.

Office of the Parliamentary Counsel [SA]

Proof of age card (SA)

You must be 18 years of age or older to be eligible for a proof of age card in South Australia. Includes a link to information about applying for a replacement proof of age card.

Government of South Australia

Report-a-crash [SA]

South Australia Police website where members of the public in South Australia can report a crash online. You'll need to complete an initial checklist to confirm that the incident meets the eligibility criteria to be reported online.

South Australia Police

Seniors Card (SA)

Offers information on how to apply for a seniors card, concessions and benefits, seniors metrocard and frequently asked questions.

Government of South Australia

South Australian State Emergency Service

A volunteer emergency service organisation which gives immediate assistance during emergencies and disasters.

State Emergency Service [SA]

Stamp duty, Emergency Services levy and Land Tax calculators [SA]

Provides links to calculators to assist you in determining the stamp duty/land tax/levy payable on particular transactions such as property transfers, share transfers and motor vehicles in South Australia.


Traffic expiation payment (SA)

If you commit a traffic offence in South Australia, you may be issued with an expiation notice and have to pay a fine. Fines can be paid online; at your local SA court or Service SA customer centre; or by phone.

Government of South Australia

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