The 2023 New South Wales State election will take place on Saturday 25 March – find a polling booth near you. You can also check which electorate you belong to, and which candidates are running in your electorate.

Don’t forget, voting is compulsory for all Australian citizens aged 18 and over. If you don’t get your name marked off the electoral roll, you can be fined $55. If you do receive a fine for not voting, you can contact us for help.

If you are a new Australian citizen, or just haven’t enrolled to vote yet, you can enrol to vote here.You can also update your details on the electoral roll if you’ve moved house since the last election. If you don’t enrol before election day, you can still vote (it’s called a declaration vote) by presenting at a polling booth with your correct photo ID (either a NSW driver licence or a NSW Photo Card).

If you need to work or can’t get to a polling booth on election day, you can vote early throughout this week, from Monday 20 March to Friday 24 March. Check for early voting locations near you.