The Voice to Parliament referendum could change the landscape of Australia forever.
After learning how you can vote, here are the details of where you can vote across NSW.
When is the referendum?
The Voice Referendum will be held on Saturday, October 14, with polling locations open from 8am to 6pm across NSW.
Early voting begins two weeks earlier on Tuesday, October 3 with early voting centre locations progressively opening from this date to the lead up to referendum day.
Where can I vote on referendum day?
The AEC is currently working to confirm the finalised list of polling locations across NSW, but The Daily Telegraph has put together a list of all polling locations confirmed so far. This will be updated up to October 14.
How do I fill out the ballot?
Voters will be required to answer the one question as either a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’.
The answer will need to be written clearly, anything else – a tick, a cross or a word written in another language – are highly discouraged by the AEC as it said it can become a “judgment call as to the voter’s intent”.
https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw/full-list-of-polling-booths-for-the-voice-referendum-in-sydney-nsw/news-story/943d229eef7ca8e86c207726d006061e Full list of polling booths for the Voice Referendum in Sydney NSW