Service NSW continues to expand its government one-stop shop network with the opening this week of a new digital store in Norwest Marketown.
Minister for Finance and Services Dominic Perrottet welcomed the opening, describing the digital stores as a new way for the residents and businesses of the local community to do their online NSW government transactions.
“The new digital store in Bella Vista is the second digital store to open and is another way that Service NSW has delivered on a NSW Government commitment to make it easier for residents and businesses to transact with government.
“It is located in the heart of the Marketown shopping complex and has already attracted positive customer feedback, particularly in the lead up to Christmas,” Mr Perrottet said.
“The Bella Vista digital store, along with stores at North Sydney and Northbridge, complement the 24 one-stop shops already trading across NSW, online services including the new Service NSW App and the 24/7 phone service (13 77 88).”
“Specialist staff are on hand to assist customers complete government online transactions such as applying for a Seniors Card, renewing a vehicle registration and so much more.”
Member for Baulkham Hills David Elliott welcomed the digital store for the people of Baulkham Hills.
“The new cashless store at Marketown has brought government services to the people and gives customers greater choice in how they transact with government.”
Service NSW launched in 2013 and has since served more than eight million customers with high customer satisfaction scores.
The centre is open (9am-6pm weekdays, 9am-1pm Saturday) at Norwest Marketown, Century Circuit, Baulkham Hills.
For more information about Service NSW go to www.service.nsw.gov.au.