Access to government services just got a whole lot better for people in Nyngan and surrounds.
Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello was in Nyngan on Friday to officially open the governments 100th Service centre in NSW.
"This is a monumental occasion, and the fact that we're in beautiful Nyngan is really symbolic, because it means that Service is not just for the the town and city, it's for everyone and that's why this opening in Nyngan is very symbolic," he said.
"Today we've hit a century, and there are more centres on the way across NSW."
Mr Dominello said that Service NSW has transformed how customers interact with the government, creating a one-stop shop.
"Gone are the bad old days of waiting in long queues and rushing all over town to get things done. The customer is now front and centre of service delivery and we have more to do," Mr Dominello said.
Service NSW worker Sue Bartley said they are "proud" to be offering a state of the art building to the residents of Nyngan.
"It's been really, really exciting and very daunting," she said.
"We're just so proud and happy to be able to offer a state of the art building to the community of Nyngan compared to where we were in the old RMS office, it's pretty flash down here."
The new building is a hub for surrounding towns to access to government services,including driver's licences, NSW Seniors Cards, birth certificates and maritime services, without the need to travel to Dubbo.
Ms Bartley is inviting the community to come and check out the new building
"Even if you don't have any business, come in and have a look, because at the end of the day it's their centre."
Since the first centre opened in 2013, Service NSW has assisted more than 174 million customers in store, by phone and online and there have been 4.3 million MyServiceNSW Accounts created.
Further information on Service NSW is available at www.service.nsw.gov.au