NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property Dominic Perrottet today welcomed the new Service NSW team at Bankstown, describing it as an exciting day for residents and businesses in the greater Bankstown region.
The Centre opened Monday, 13 April, at 7.00am and is located at Shop SP350/351, Bankstown Central, 1 North Terrace, Bankstown.
“We are delivering on a key commitment to make transacting with government easier,” said Mr Perrottet. “Being able to carry out multiple transactions in one place saves everyone time and money.”
The Minister said Service NSW’s Bankstown centre has expanded services including light vehicle driver testing and extended trading hours which will be a boost for many people.
“I wish new manager Tammy Anderson and her team the very best as they open the centre to customers,” said Mr Perrottet.
“As manager of the former motor registry, Tammy has extensive experience and local knowledge and I know she and all the Service NSW team will continue providing excellent service to the people of Bankstown and surrounding communities.
“I am looking forward to hearing positive feedback from the community,” he said.
Trading hours are 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 8.30am to 3pm Saturdays.
“To complement these one stop shops, the government is making it even more convenient for customers by putting more transactions online,” said Mr Perrottet. “New initiatives such as Live Chat, more self-serve kiosks and the Service NSW mobile app are also increasing convenience for customers.”
Service NSW delivers more than 800 government transactions such as driver licence applications, contractor licences, birth certificate applications, housing payments and more.
Since its launch in 2013, Service NSW has served more than 13 million customers through the digital service, 24/7 phone service and 30 service centres across the State.
For online transactions and further information about Service NSW, visit the Service NSW website www.service.nsw.gov.au download the mobile app or call 13 77 88.
More service centres are planned to be rolled out in the coming months as well as other points of presence around NSW.