To contact the government go to the government agencies page for queries about government services or information.
You can also contact the Northern Territory Government switch on (08) 8999 5511.
Aboriginal Areas Protection Authority
Alice Springs Hospital
Births, deaths and marriages
Children and families services
Darwin Correctional Precinct visitor bookings
Motor Vehicle Registry (MVR)
Police assistance line
Power and Water
Public housing maintenance
Royal Darwin Hospital
Screening Assessment for Employment NT
Territory Business Centre
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Making a complaint about government
You can make a complaint if you think you have been unfairly treated by a government department or agency.
Most departments have a feedback form on their website. Go to the list of government departments and agencies.
If they don't, you can write to the Chief Executive to make your complaint.
You can find an email or mail address under the 'contacts' section of the department website.
You should include the following in your complaint:
- your name and contact details
- relevant dates, places and times
- a description of the issue, incident or decision
- details of any phone conversations, emails, meetings or other actions you've already taken to sort the problem out
- any relevant documents
- what action you think the department or agency should take.
You should also:
- ask for your email or letter to be answered in writing
- ask for the department or agency to estimate how long it will take to respond to your complaint.
What happens if your complaint isn't resolved?
If you are not happy with the outcome of your complaint or the department/agency hasn't responded to your complaint, you can complain to the NT Ombudsman.
Report unnecessary red tape
The Northern Territory Government is cutting red tape for business.
Go to the Northern Territory Government's Cutting Red Tape website for more information.
Last updated: 27 June 2017