The new Gunnedah Service NSW centre has it's first day of official business with Gunnedah Shire Council deputy mayor Gae Swain and Tamworth MP Kevin Anderson paying a visit to the site

OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Gunnedah Shire Council Deputy Mayor Gae Swain, Tamworth MP Kevin Anderson, Service NSW, Gunnedah Manager Michael Poles and acting chief operating officer Katherine McInnes officially open the Gunnedah Service NSW centre. Photo: Billy Jupp
OPEN FOR BUSINESS: Gunnedah Shire Council Deputy Mayor Gae Swain, Tamworth MP Kevin Anderson, Service NSW, Gunnedah Manager Michael Poles and acting chief operating officer Katherine McInnes officially open the Gunnedah Service NSW centre. Photo: Billy Jupp

Gunnedah now has it’s own Services NSW centre.

The new Conadilly St centre opened its doors to the public on Friday morning to help assist locals with over 1000 transactions and services.

The centre is part of the NSW Government’s $20 million expansion of the Service NSW one-stop shop network in regional and rural areas. 

Tamworth MP attended the centres first day of business and said the new facility would be a boost for the community.

“The new Service Centre is a huge win for the Gunnedah community bringing a wealth of services and transactions to our doorstep,” Mr Anderson said. 

“Customers in the region can now access more than 1,000 services and transactions from agencies including Roads and Maritime Services, Births Deaths and Marriages, Fair Trading and many more in the one location.”

Manager of the Services NSW Gunnedah Michael Poles

Acting chief operating officer Katherine McInnes said the staff at the Gunnedah centre are ready and equipped to help customers.

“The team at Gunnedah are friendly and professional and ready to help customers with a range of transactions from driver testing and agricultural vehicle access permits through to Seniors cards and applying for a birth certificate,” Ms McInnes said.

“Service NSW has dramatically changed the way people interact with government, offering a quick, efficient and innovative customer first approach.”

Manager of the Gunnedah centre Michael Poles said the team are excited to begin work at the new facility.

“It is very exciting to be in the new space,” Mr Poles said.

“The team here are very keen to help locals with any one of the 1000 services and transactions we can now offer them.

Mr Poles said the new centre would not of been possiable without help from the state government. 

“We want to thank Mr Anderson and everyone involved for making this happen,” he said.

“We also want to thank the construction team who completed the works to the building in quick time.”

The new Service NSW centre is located at 387 Conadilly St Gunnedah.