Who is Revenue NSW?


The Office of State Revenue and State Debt Recovery are now called Revenue NSW.

Revenue NSW is a division within the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation which is part of the Treasury and Finance Cluster.

As NSW’s principal revenue management agency, Revenue NSW fairly administers State taxation and revenue for, and on behalf of, the people of NSW. We manage fines and administers grants and subsidies to provide valuable assistance to the community and businesses across NSW. We also recover debt to provide an equitable outcome for the community.

Our revenue management helps to deliver government priorities for a fair, safe and prosperous NSW. This includes securing around $30 billion towards the State Budget each year, which goes towards health, education and other services for NSW.

We can help you with information and support if you are:

  • paying taxes, duties, levies, fines, fees or royalties
  • buying or selling property (grants, taxes, duties and housing affordability measures)
  • applying for small business or first home benefits
  • finding and claiming unclaimed money.

All functions, administrative and legislative powers continue under this name. As we make updates to our systems and information, you may see references to the Office of State Revenue and State Debt Recovery.

Find out more about Revenue NSW.

Last updated: 1 January 2018