Interpreting Services

Interpreting Services that connect communities

Multicultural NSW is an industry leading government service provider with over 40 years of experience in delivering interpreting services to government, private and not for profit organisations.

We specialise in legal and health interpreting as the primary service provider for NSW Police, Service NSW and Courts and Tribunals.

We have over 1,200 Australian based NAATI-certified language professionals to deliver reliable and accurate interpreting services to multicultural communities across NSW. Our services enable equitable access to services, opportunities and information for all.

We provide on demand and pre-booked interpreting services 365 days a year, at any time.

Multicultural NSW Interpreters

Our team of NAATI-certified interpreters and translators are highly trained and experienced professionals. They follow a strict code of conduct and are employed by Multicultural NSW.

As an employer, we are committed to attracting language services professionals and providing ongoing professional development to build the capabilities necessary to ensure the delivery of accurate, accessible and responsive services.

How Face-to-face interpreting works

Face-to-face interpreting facilitates communication and connectivity with people talking in different languages. There are different ways in which interpreting services can be delivered including face-to-face, video and telephone interpreting.

There are two main ways of interpreting:

  • Consecutive interpreting, where the interpreter listens to large segments, takes notes, and then interprets when the speaker pauses.
  • Simultaneous interpreting, where the interpretation happens while listening to the source language at the same time. This is especially common in courts and at conferences.

We have expertise amongst our diverse panel of interpreters to deliver high quality, accurate interpreting services to suit your specific needs.

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Languages and dialects we support

Our interpreting services offer 123 different languages and dialects to service NSW communities.

Contact us today to discuss your interpreting needs.

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Page last updated: 21 November 2022 | 3:41 pm