Hills Pain Management Centre Pty. Ltd.

Status: Registered
Australian Company Number: 161807905
Australian Business Number: 22161807905
Registration date: 2013-01-03
Type: Australian proprietary company
Class: Limited by Shares
Subclass: Proprietary other
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Hills Pain Management Centre Pty Ltd is a limited by shares, Australian proprietary company. This corporation was registered on 2013-01-03 and was issued with the 161807905 ACN. Its Australian Business Number is 22161807905. Since 2019-01-08, the company is headquartered in ACT, post code 2600. The previous headquarters were located in ACT 2605 (from 2016-11-25 to 2019-01-08), NSW 2155 (from 2014-09-18 to 2016-11-25), and NSW 2155 (from 2013-01-03 to 2014-09-18). Hills Pain Management Centre Pty Ltd was registered for the GST on 2013-01-03. The above data comes from the ABN database which was updated on 2019-01-08.

Details for ABN 22161807905

Type: Australian Private Company

ABN Status

Status From To
Active 2013-01-03 current

Main Name

Name From To
Hills Pain Management Centre Pty. Ltd. 2013-01-03 current

Main Location

Location From To
ACT 2600 2019-01-08 current
ACT 2605 2016-11-25 2019-01-08
NSW 2155 2014-09-18 2016-11-25
NSW 2155 2013-01-03 2014-09-18

Goods & Services Tax (GST)

Status From To
Registered 2013-01-03 current


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