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Service NSW Expands Central Coast Network

NSW Minister for Finance, Services and Property Dominic Perrottet today announced two new Central Coast Service NSW centres would open in the coming months.

“With our rollout of Service NSW one-stop shops, the NSW Government is delivering more services to more people in more locations than ever before,” Mr Perrottet said.

New centres at Tuggerah and Erina will provide access to more than 850 NSW Government services and transactions under the one roof, complementing existing one-stop shops in Gosford, Toukley, Warners Bay and Wallsend, and the mobile service operating in Woy Woy.

Mr Perrottet said the ongoing rollout of the Service NSW network showed the Government was delivering on its commitment to improve government customer service, one of Premier Mike Baird’s 12 “Premier’s Priorities”.

In addition to motor registry services, the new service centres will provide access to a range of other transactions such NSW Seniors Card applications, birth or marriage certificates, owner-builders permits, Opal card transactions and more.

Current motor registries at Erina and The Entrance will be merged into the existing and new Service NSW centres, which offer extended trading hours and access to a range of other services not previously available. Motor registry staff will be provided with assistance in applying for positions in the Service NSW network and given priority over external applicants.

Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast Scot MacDonald welcomed the announcement. “The continued upgrade of the Service NSW network on the Central Coast is a win for locals. With all NSW government business now able to be done in the one location, we are continuing to provide the best for our community,” he said.

Mr Perrottet said in addition to one-stop shops, Service NSW offered an extensive range of 24/7 services digitally and over the phone.

“Expanded services through the Service NSW website, app and phone contact centre means customers can access Service NSW services at a time and place that suits them best, rather than being bound to physical shop fronts and trading hours,” he said.

For latest construction updates or to locate your nearest Service NSW centre, visit www.service.nsw.gov.au, download the app, or call 13 77 88.

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