Phone1300 864 444
The General Manager
Ballina Shire Council
PO Box 450
Ballina NSW 2478
40 Cherry Street
Ballina NSW 2478
8:15am - 4:30pm
Monday to Friday
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Your local Council does. This can be a complicated process and many things need to be taken into consideration, so please do not allocate your own number.
Urban street numbers are allocated as part of the subdivision process. So if you have an urban property, and you are unsure what your street address is, please contact Council Offices.
Rural road numbers are only allocated after an improvement, such as, when a house or shed has been completed (or is nearing completion). In this situation, a road number would normally be allocated when you receive your interim or final occupation certificate: or can be requested before hand, providing building works have been started and you have determined the final location of the driveway.
Numbers are allocated from the start of the road/street, odd numbers on the left and even numbers on the right. All numbers are allocated in a logical sequence from the start of the road. Rural property numbers are based on the distance of the property from the start of the road to your driveway. For example: the number 620 refers to a property on the right and 6.20km from the start of the road.
Then alternate additional numbering may be available upon enquiry to Council's offices.
Your allocated address, in most cases, will be your mailing address. For example:
|Resident name||J.A & B.C Bloggs|
|Property or business name (if applicable)||
Property Number Road Name
1234 Alphabet Road
Locality State Postcode
DOWNTOWN NSW 2488
Residents who currently have a private box or private bag at a Post Office or collect their mail c/- Post Office, may elect to retain their existing mailing address.
Shown below are various examples of where numbers could be prominently displayed at an entrance to enable quick and easy location and indentification of the property.
Any road number changes are avoided unless the numbers used are in conflict with the Australian/New Zealand addressing Standard (AS/NZS 4819:2003). This Standard is used by all postal and emergency services, and it is paramount that road numbers meet the standard in order to minimise any delays, especially in an emergency situation.