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NSW Land Registry Services (NSW LRS)

Contact NSW Land Registry Services about:

  • Land titles
  • Plans
  • Dealings
  • Surveying
  • General deeds
  • Powers of Attorney for property in NSW
  • Service timeframes
  • eConveyancing (excluding legislation and policy questions)

8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
02 8776 3575
1300 396 076 - regional callers
+61 2 8776 3575 - international

Lodgment office

8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays)
Level 30, 175 Liverpool Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Postal address

GPO Box 15, Sydney NSW 2001
DX 17 Sydney

Office of the Registrar General (ORG)

Contact the Office of the Registrar General about:

Please note: The Office of the Registrar General does not give legal advice. Only general information can be provided, on matters relevant to the NSW land title system or the conveyancing process. Independent legal or other advice should be sought in relation to specific issues.


Due to COVID-19, our preferred method of receiving enquiries is via email.

Submit an online enquiry

eConveyancing enquiries

Contact number
1300 318 998
Postal address

Office of the Registrar General
McKell Building
2-24 Rawson Place
Sydney NSW 2000

Service of documents

All documents to be served on the Office of the Registrar General must be delivered to the McKell building at 2-24 Rawson Place Sydney.

Service of documents are to be delivered through the basement carpark entrance on level 2 via Barlow Street. Once you arrive at Barlow Street, please tell the officer at the security desk that you are here to serve documents on the Office of the Registrar General.

Please ensure that you call the Office of the Registrar General on 1300 318 998 beforehand so that a staff member is present to accept service. Service will not be accepted if an ORG staff member is not present.

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Commonwealth emissions reduction offsets project

Under the Carbon Credits (Carbon Farming Initiative) Act 2011 (‘the Act’), the Clean Energy Regulator administers crediting and emissions reductions under the provisions of the Act. The Act supports the Commonwealth Government’s climate change policy.

The Act allows certain persons to participate in an offsets project and emissions reductions or avoidance projects on land in Australia.

Landholders that participate in an offsets project under the Emissions Reduction Fund may have an obligation to maintain the land subject to an offsets project for lengthy periods of up to 100 years.

If you are interested in purchasing land that may be subject to a sequestration offsets project, or other project under the Act, you may check if it is registered in the Emissions Reduction Fund Register.

As the Emissions Reduction Fund Register is maintained by the Clean Energy Regulator, the information contained in it cannot be verified by Office of the Registrar General.

The Clean Energy Regulator be contacted directly for further assistance on 1300 553 542