State services: Tasmania
The Tasmanian Registry is responsible for maintaining registers of births, deaths, marriages, deeds of relationship and adoptions that occur in Tasmania, registering changes of name for people who were born or reside in Tasmania and registering changes of sex for people whose birth is registered in Tasmania.
Access forms to notify a range of Tasmanian Government services about changes to your address, including: water supply, driver licence; vehicle registration; State Library card; land tax; Inland Fisheries Service licence; Marine and Safety Tasmania registration and licences; Retirement Benefits Fund; Seniors Card; Australian Electoral Commission; government schools; Breast Screen Register; and Pap Smear Register.
The Tasmanian Government offers a wide range of concessions and discounts on the cost of government services. Find out about the concessions available to you in three different ways: browse by category; search by concession card or eligibility; or download a .pdf copy of the Concessions Guide.
Administers consumer laws and provides advice and conciliation services to consumers. The Office also provides registration and occupational licensing functions and includes the Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages.
Find information and contact details for local councils in Tasmania.
Access information and guidelines on different types of licences, how to get a licence, what to do if you have lost your licence, any information you may need to provide when applying for a licence and any fees that may occur.
Provides information about renewing a car or motorcyle driver licence.
If you have received an infringement notice or court fine from the Tasmanian Government, don't ignore it. Pay it now, don't let it cost you more.
Search the Tasmanian Government Directory for contact details for the government, its agencies, people, services and functions.
Provides prompt, professional and guaranteed response to after-hours calls from patients seeking medical care or advice.
1300 780 011
Search by category, agency, region or any combination thereof for careers with the Tasmanian Government.
Information relating to Justices of the Peace and Commissioners for Declarations in Tasmania. Includes links to how to become a Justice of the Peace and Justices of the Peace handbook.
The Land Titles Office in Tasmania administers the system of land titles; registers changes in interests in land; holds survey records; and provides accurate and easily accessible records.
For free legal advice in Tasmania call Legal Aid's Telephone Advice Service, Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm, on 1300 366 611 and speak directly to a lawyer. Available to everyone, you can use this service for any legal queries, to find a Justice of the Peace, Commissioner for Declarations or Notary Public.
Free public access to Tasmanian legislation. Search Acts or Statutory Rules by title, timeframe and or keywords.
Provides a photo-identity card which can be used by anyone for general identification purposes, and as proof of age for young people.
Provides calculators for determining the duty liability on a transfer of property or mortgage instrument; duties payable on insurance policies or motor vehicle transfer; and other miscellaneous duties.
Public holidays observed in Tasmania. Includes information about both statewide and local holidays.
Public transport options in Tasmania include regional and urban bus services, taxis, hire vehicles and water taxis.
Provides forms for registration or renewal of registration for your vehicle. You will need to complete some of these forms when you intend to register your vehicle; apply for plates and labels; register a security interest; apply for a concession or exemption; transfer your registration; and when nominating your garage address.
The Tasmanian Road Rules booklet provides information on road rules, road safety, getting a licence, registering a vehicle and car driver knowledge test questions.
The Tasmanian Government provides a Seniors Card, which gives business and Government savings to seniors. Approximately 700 businesses and services support the Seniors Card Program, offering a diverse range of savings on products and services to Senior Card holders throughout Tasmania.
Responsible for the co-ordination of emergency management arrangements in Tasmania.
Provides information about Tasmanian Government procurement opportunities for businesses. Registered businesses can download tender documents, lodge tender submissions online and receive email notification of new tenders for bids that might be of interest to them.
Provides term dates for state schools and colleges for the years 2013-2015.