The Motor Registry in Wauchope is on the move to a new premises this month, and will become a service centre.
From Friday November 30, the new address will be Shop 6 at 243 High Street in the Timbertown shopping centre. Opening hours will be 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.
The new centre will replace the existing Wauchope Motor Registry at the corner of Young Street and Hastings Street. It will close at 4pm on Thursday November 29.
In the meantime, you can complete many transactions online at www.service.nsw.gov.au or via the Service NSW app.
The move in Wauchope is part of Service NSW’s $20 million expansion of the network into rural and regional areas and when open, will provide access to more than 1000 government transactions.
Service NSW is a one stop shop for vital services, such as getting a birth certificate, Seniors Card, Housing NSW payments, Fair Trading licences, renewing vehicle registration, getting a driver licence and many more.
The final stages of the building and technical fit-out are under way. And a Service NSW spokesman said the community will be kept informed about the opening of the Wauchope Service Centre.
The spokesperson declined to comment on whether or not all the existing staff in Wauchope will be kept on.