You can phone, email or write to us.
From within Australia 1300 368 040
To contact us and/or provide feedback, you can email the Commission.
PO Box 594
Darlinghurst NSW 1300
Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Workers Compensation Commission registry services counter is currently closed.
Please submit all your documentation via the Online Portal
Please note that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Workers Compensation Commission is not conducting any in-person hearings at any of the locations listed below until further notice.
The Commission conducts dispute resolution proceedings in Sydney at:
Workers Compensation Commission
1 Oxford Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010
The Commission also conducts proceedings in various other locations including:
Accessibility and interpreter support
The Commission is committed to providing equal access to our services.
You can contact us with the help of an interpreter through TIS National by calling 13 14 50 and asking for 1300 368 040.
When requested, the Commission can arrange interpreters at no cost to assist workers and employers in our dispute resolution proceedings and medical assessments.
You can also view our translated information in 11 languages.
If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech-impaired, you can contact the Commission through the National Relay Service.
Let us know if you need accessibility assistance to attend proceedings, or medical assessments. All Commission offices, including regional locations, provide for disability needs and we will make arrangements to ensure you have the necessary support.
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