- in person on election day, or
- in person before election day (if eligible) at an early voting centre, or
- by postal vote (if eligible), or
- by telephone for people who are blind or have low vision.
Please note that iVote (internet voting on personal computers, tablet devices and smartphones) will not be available at this election.
Election day and early voting – in person
To vote on election day Saturday March 25, visit a voting centre between 8am and 6pm.
To vote in person before election day, you can visit an early voting centre on Saturday March 18 or from Monday March 20 to Friday March 24.
There are maxi pens and magnifying sheets available at voting centres.
Use the Electoral Commission’s “Find my electorate” address look-up tool to find out where you can vote and for wheelchair accessibility information.
To use the tool:
- enter your enrolled address
- select on the name of your state district in your search results
- select a location on the map to view the venue name, wheelchair accessibility features, opening hours and to get directions.
You can also call the Electoral Commission’s enquiry centre on 1300 135 736.
If you need help accessing a voting centre or casting your vote, you can ask election staff or you can bring a friend or family member or your support worker.
Telephone assisted voting
Telephone assisted voting will be available for people who are blind or have low vision.
Telephone assisted voting will be available during the early voting period from Monday, 20 March to Friday, 24 March and on election day Saturday, 25 March 2023.
Telephone assisted voting includes a two-step process: 1) applying and 2) voting.
More information is available on the NSW Electoral Commission’s website.
Voting by post
Postal vote applications close at 6pm on Monday, 20 March. Postal packs will start to be distributed from 13 March 2023.
You can apply now.
For more information about the 2023 NSW State election, visit the NSW Electoral Commission’s website or call 1300 135 736.