Early Voting Centre

June 28, 2016

Saturday 2 July 2016 is election day.  If you know you can’t make it to vote on election day, an early voting centre is located at:

  • Tamworth:1D Darling St
  • Armidale: 216 Beardy St
  • Inverell: Flanders House, Evans St

Opening Hours
Monday 27 June – 8.30am – 5.30pm
Monday 27 June – 8.30am – 5.30pm
Wednesday 29 June – 8.30am – 6pm
Thursday 30 June – 8.30am – 5.30pm
Friday 1 July – 8.30am – 6pm

The voting centre will be open for interstate voters only on election day.

  • Tamworth:1D Darling St, Saturday 2 July 2016, 8am – 6pm
  • Armidale: 216 Beardy St Saturday 2 July 2016, 8am – 6pm

Voter Services

The AEC’s social media accounts will be posting important information about where and how to vote in this upcoming election.

Twitter
The AEC’s Twitter account is @AusElectoralCom
• Can’t make it to a polling place on July 2? You may be entitled to vote early.
Go to www.aec.gov.au/vote-early
• The location of polling places may have changed since the previous federal election.
Go to www.aec.gov.au/where
Please note: The location of polling places was published at the above link on Sunday 12 June.
• Voting is different this federal election! Find out how senate voting works & be ready
to vote this election year www.aec.gov.au/changes

Facebook
The AEC’s Facebook account can be found at www.facebook.com/australianelectoralcommission
• The location of some polling places have changed since the last federal election.
Go to www.aec.gov.au/where before election day to find out the location of your nearest polling place.
Please note: The location of polling places was published at the above link on Sunday 12 June.
• Can’t make it to a polling place on election day?
Hi {students, members, etc}. The federal election will be held on July 2. If you think you will be outside your electorate, travelling, unable to leave your workplace, are ill or due to give birth shortly go to www.aec.gov.au/voting/ways_to_vote
• Voting is different this federal election!
Voting for the Senate has changed. Find out how the new senate voting system works and be ready to cast your vote – www.aec.gov.au/changes

Further information
www.aec.gov.au
• Twitter – @AusElectoralCom
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