From 11 October to 30 November, members of the public who enter a Council facility or venue must comply with public health orders. This includes being fully vaccinated to enter some venues, using the QR code and wearing a mask.Please continue to check the NSW Health website for updated advice.
That means for a while, when you visit our page, you will see some pages formatted the way you’re used to and some in our new style.
Microchipping is compulsory in NSW. All cats and dogs are required to be microchipped prior to being registered.
It is important you keep the registration details up to date should you move house, change contact details, sell or give away your pet.
It is recommended you create an owner profile with the NSW Pet Registry. The register allows you to:
Register online through NSW Pet Registry
Visit our Customer Service Centre at 33 Hyde Street Bellingen NSW 2454
Call our Customer Service Centre during business hours on 02 6655 7300
No. In NSW, registration is required once only and is valid for the animal's lifetime. As a result, it is not possible to obtain a refund if, for example, you have your animal desexed or your animal dies after you register it.
Cat and dog lifetime registration fees increase annually from 1 July in line with the Consumer Price Index as recommended by the Companion Animals Taskforce.