Lane Cove it is Time to Vote Saturday 23 March 2019 – Details on Polling Booths

polling place

We are on the countdown to the NSW State Election. Saturday 23rd March is voting day.

Postal Vote and Online Voting

If you’re going away, getting married or have mobility issues then voting online is a breeze (ITC did it for the last State Elections).

For full eligibility criteria for an iVote or postal vote, go to

iVote is a form of voting via telephone or the internet.

You can apply to use iVote at or by calling 1300 2 iVote (1300 24 86 83) within Australia or +61 2 9290 5287 from overseas.


  • Applications open 10am AEDT Monday 11 February 2019
  • Voting opens 8am AEDT Monday 11 March 2019
  • Applications close 1pm AEDT Saturday 23 March 2019
  • Please have your Driver Licence, Passport or Medicare Card ready.

Postal Vote

  • Applications open 10am AEDT Monday 11 February 2019
  • Postal vote ballot papers will be sent from Tuesday 12 March 2019
  • Applications close 6pm AEDT Monday 18 March 2019


Lane Cove Voting Centres


GREENWICH Greenwich Memorial Community Centre

46-50 Greenwich Road

8am – 6pm Snags TBA
GREENWICH Greenwich Public School 
32 Kingslangley Rd
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE Lane Cove Bowling and Recreation Club 
151 Burns Bay Rd
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE Lane Cove Council 
48 Longueville Rd
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE Lane Cove Public School 
cnr Longueville Rd & Austin St
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE NORTH The Meeting House Inc.

23A Stokes Street
Lane Cove North NSW 206

8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE NORTH Mowbray Public School 
635 Mowbray Rd West
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LANE COVE WEST Lane Cove West Public School 
Avalon Rd
8am – 6pm Snags TBA
LONGUEVILLE St Andrew’s Uniting Church 
cnr Kenneth & Christina Sts
 8am – 6pm Snags TBA
RIVERVIEW St Ignatius College Junior School Regis Hall Riverview
Riverview Street
Riverview NSW 2066 
 8am – 6pm Snags TBA


Before You Vote

The Thinking Woman’s (or man) sex symbol Antony Green has put together information on the North Sydney Electorate and details of all the candidates.You can find out more here.

Lane Cove’s very own Brigid Glanville is part of a new ABC Show on Friday nights on the ABC News Channel starting this week 8pm – 9pm AEST … for your weekly wrap of state and federal politics. Get your glass of vino or cup of tea and come along for the ride.

What If I Forget To Vote?

If it appears you didn’t vote at an election you were eligible for in New South Wales, you will be sent a formal penalty notice in the post. The penalty for not voting in New South Wales is a $55 fine. You must respond within 28 days of the issue date of the notice.

You will have four options:

  1. If you voted, you can provide details of where and when using the non-voter self-service portal.
  2. If you did not vote, you can pay the fine using the non-voter self-service portal.
  3. If you did not vote and you think you have a valid reason, you can tell the electoral commission in writing.
  4. If you want to dispute the matter, you can apply to have it heard in court. (A court may impose a penalty for an offence of failing to vote of $110 plus court costs.)

If you do not reply within 28 days, you will be sent one reminder notice to respond, before the matter  is referred to Revenue NSW for further action.


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