Almost 500 customers will earn their licence to drive each week with Service NSW’s new dedicated driver testing centre opening in Sydney’s west.
Member for Mulgoa, Tanya Davies said that this facility will go a long way to helping drivers safely achieve their Driver’s license whilst easing the backlog caused COVID-19 restrictions.
“The centre will have the capacity to offer hundreds of driver knowledge and hazard perception tests as well as practical driving tests per week for customers to safely join the road using community,” Mrs Davies said.
“This is an immensely beneficial service that the NSW Government is providing for the local community, and I am extremely pleased that the NSW Government is continuing to build and deliver the vital services for Western Sydney necessary for families and individual to get ahead.”
“In addition, the new centre is also an opportunity to create jobs for Western Sydney. More than 38 staff including 20 driver testers will work across the St Marys Driver Testing Centre and Mobile Testing Centre to conduct testing and assist customers with their transactions.”
Located at 75-105 Mamre Road, St Marys, this new service centre will offer more than 450 driving tests each week for customers as well as more than 1000 computer-based examinations including driver knowledge tests.
The NSW Government has invested $3.47 million into the St Marys Driver Testing Centre, a new Mobile Testing Centre, and the creation of jobs to help tackle the testing backlog.
The St Marys Driver Testing Centre will be open from 8.00am-4.30pm Monday to Friday.
For more information or to make a booking, visit the Service NSW website https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/…/st-marys-testing-centre