Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall is encouraging residents in Deepwater and Guyra to take advantage of Service NSW visits in the next fortnight.
Monday, 20 June 2022
RESIDENTS in Deepwater and Guyra will have easier access to State Government services and business transactions when Service NSW’s Mobile Service Centre visits their communities in the next fortnight, Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall announced today.
“It’s not possible for every single community across country NSW to have access to a physical Service NSW Centre, where people can walk in and undertake their Driver Knowledge Tests, pay bills, or renew a licence,” Mr Marshall said.
“I’m incredibly supportive of these buses coming to our region and bringing these important services and opportunities to our smaller communities, saving locals time and money.
“I urge local residents to take advantage of these visits and talk to the helpful staff.”
Since 2013, Service NSW has become a one-stop-shop for vital services such as getting a birth certificate, a Seniors Card, driver licence and vehicle registration.
“Service NSW is also a gateway to household savings and can help people access important cost of living programs, such as Energy Switch, $100 Active Kids and Creative vouchers and cheaper Green Slips.”
The Mobile Service Centre will be cashless, with payment options including cheque, EFTPOS or credit card.
|Deepwater||Wednesday, 29 June, 9am to 3pm||APEX Park,
30 Young Street
|Guyra||Thursday, 30 June, 10am to 3pm||Public Car Park,
119 Bradley Street
The Mobile Service NSW Centre offers services including:
- Driver licence, photo card applications and renewals;
- Driver Knowledge Tests;
- Working With Children Check applications;
- Applying for birth, death and marriage certificates; and
- Cost of Living service to access more than 70 government rebates and savings
There is no need for people to make an appointment – Service NSW staff will help people on the day.
Mobile Service Centres will be bringing NSW Government Services to rural and regional towns every eight weeks.