Residents of Manilla and Werris Creek will be able to access a raft of government services, when Service NSW's new Mobile Service Centre visits the towns next month.
Member for Tamworth, Kevin Anderson said the Mobile Service Centre will drop into Werris Creek on 18 June between 10am and 3pm and on 20 June at Manilla's Pioneer Park also between 10am and 3pm.
"This is great news for the residents of these towns," Mr Anderson said.
"These buses will take Service NSW to people's front steps, saving them not only time, but also money.
"The buses will perform every major Service NSW transaction including Driver Knowledge Tests as well as Cost of Living appointments.
"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.
"It 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 Kids vouchers and cheaper Green Slips.
"The Mobile Service Centre will be cashless, with payment options including cheque, EFTPOS or credit card," Mr Anderson said.
The Service NSW bus will also attend community events such as the Agquip agricultural field days.