Start typing the registered address of your scheme until a list of results is shown, select one before clicking Search.
Do not use a space in the number for the street address. For example, enter ‘1A Smith Street’, not ‘1 A Smith Street’. The registered address of a strata scheme may differ from the actual street address.
It gives you a bird’s eye view of where any NSW strata scheme is located in relation to other schemes in the local area. The results provides satellite and street-view imagery showing:
- the boundary of the strata property you’ve searched for (in light blue)
- strata properties in the area (in blue)
- property other than strata (in yellow)
- suburb boundaries
- local government areas (LGAs): zoom out for an LGA view.
If the address or the property name is incorrect and you want to update this please call 13 32 20.
When you search using a subdivision strata plan number – the results will only show for the original strata plan. This is due to the regulations only requiring reporting of current strata plans and not subdivisions.
If you get the message ‘no results found’, this means the address may not be the registered address. Please search by strata plan number or use the NSW Land Registry Services to confirm the strata plan details.
NSW Land Registry Services manages and maintains strata plan records for NSW.
The registered strata plan shows the lot boundaries and can help clarify common property areas. Copies of the strata plan can be obtained through NSW LRS’s approved information brokers.
The strata roll lists all the scheme’s owners and must be maintained by the secretary or strata manager (if any). Current owners can contact the secretary of the owners corporation or strata manager using the strata roll. Prospective owners may make a request through the real estate agent selling the property. Find out more about how to access the strata roll.
Most people will receive a copy of the by-laws when they move into the scheme. If you do not have a copy, current owners and residents can ask the strata committee secretary or strata manager for a copy.
If you’re a tenant, your real estate agent/landlord must give you a copy of the by-laws. Read more about how to get a copy of the by-laws.
If you’re considering buying in strata, the strata and building inspection reports will reveal issues you should consider. The strata report can be done by hiring a professional strata searcher, or you can inspect the strata records yourself. Read how to get a strata report and have a professional do it or tips on how to do it yourself.
The strata search results will show you the date the scheme completed its annual reporting. All other information in the strata annual report is not made publicly available at this time. Read more about who can see the reported information.