본 웹사이트에서는 ‘쿠키’가 사용됩니다
본 사이트는 웹페이지가 사용 친화적인지 확인하고 웹페이지의 높은 기능성을 보장하기 위해 자체, 기술 및 제3의 쿠키를 사용하고 있음을 알려드립니다. 이 웹사이트를 계속 탐색함으로써 귀하는 쿠키 사용에 동의하게 됩니다.
In New South Wales if you are eligible to vote you need to enrol before the State election. If you do not vote or enrol you may have to pay a fine.
Enrolling to vote gives you the opportunity to have a say about who makes decisions on your behalf.
You can enrol to vote if you:
There are three different ways you can enrol to vote:
The AEC will send you an acknowledgment advice when your enrolment is completed with the details below.
This will take about four weeks, if you haven’t received the acknowledgment advice within four weeks you should contact the Australian Electoral Commission.
The enrolment form applies for federal and any relevant state, territory or local government elections so you only need to enrol once. You will need to update any relevant details, for example, if you change your address.
This category applies for people with special needs or with specific circumstances that can affect their enrolment. For example, if you do not have a fixed address. You can check if you meet the criteria and apply to enrol in a special category here.
If you think your safety or the safety of your family could be put at risk if your address is made public on the electoral roll, you can apply to be a silent elector. Your name will be shown on the electoral roll, but your address will not. It is strongly recommended that other family members enrolled at your address with the same family name also become silent electors. Each application is considered on a case-by-case basis.