The NSW State election will be held on Saturday, 25 March 2023. For this election, you can vote:
- in person on election day, or
- in person before election day (if eligible) at an early voting centre, or
- by postal vote (if eligible).
Telephone assisted voting will be available for people who are blind or have low vision.
You can find out more about the election in 26 languages on the NSW Electoral Commission’s website.
Voting on election day and early voting in person
To vote on election day Saturday, 25 March, visit a voting centre between 8am and 6pm.
To vote in person before election day, if eligible, you can visit an early voting centre on Saturday 18 March or from Monday, 20 March to Friday 24 March.
Use the Electoral Commission’s “Find my electorate” address look-up tool to find out where you can vote and for wheelchair accessibility information.
Voting by post
Postal vote applications are now open and close at 6pm on Monday, 20 March. Postal packs will start to be distributed from 13 March 2023.
Find out how to vote by post on the NSW Electoral Commission’s website.
In-language assistance for voters
- Information about voting at the election is available in 26 languages on the NSW Electoral Commission’s website.
- In-language explainer videos can be viewed in seven languages
- Voting centres will feature posters with QR codes to in-language online information.
- Multilingual election officers will be at voting centres wearing badges indicating the languages they speak.
- If help is needed in a language other than English, voters can call the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) on 131 450 and ask them to call the NSW Electoral Commission on 1300 135 736.
In-language stakeholder kit
The NSW Electoral Commission have developed in-language stakeholder packs that can be downloaded and shared.
Stakeholder packs in:
- Chinese Simplified (Mandarin)
- Chinese Traditional (Cantonese)
For more information about the 2023 NSW State election, visit the NSW Electoral Commission’s website or call 1300 135 736.
How to Vote: Videos in Languages