The IPC NSW has a professional and knowledgeable enquiries team available to answer your questions about the laws we administer for NSW Public Sector Agencies, Local Councils, State-Owned Corporations, Universities, Health Service providers and organisations that hold health information.
The IPC does not hold information on behalf of NSW government agencies. To access information held by a particular agency, you need to contact that agency first.
If your enquiry is about a Private Sector Organisation, NGO or Federal Government Agency you need to call the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner on
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone | 1800 472 679
Address | Level 17, 201 Elizabeth Street Sydney 2000
Postal | GPO Box 7011, Sydney NSW 2001
Our office hours are 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). To visit us in person, the building has full lift access. Level 17 is accessed via the lower lift lobby. The lower lift lobby can be accessed via a fully automatic elevator in the foyer of the building.
Email | email@example.com
Phone | 0435 961 691
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NSW Have your say
Have Your Say is a website that enables NSW Government agencies to publicise consultations being conducted throughout the state. The site provides a central place for the public to search via their location and/or by topic to discover consultations that interest them. It enables them to share their views and ideas on Government plans to improve services, the economy and infrastructure in NSW. We use Have Your Say as an additional channel whenever we commence a consultation.
If you are deaf or have a hearing or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service on 133 677 for assistance.
If you do not speak English, or English is your second language, and you need assistance to communicate with us, call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450.
Information on privacy and government access information, including how to make a complaint or request a review, is now available in a range of community languages.
The IPC is unable to provide legal advice on any matters. Please visit this page to find out how to seek legal advice.
Other helpful contacts:
Some agencies have information units, for example:
Last updated: January 2019