It is seen that NSW has been having difficulties in filling the gap between the access to health care facilities and the effectiveness of existing facility to be sufficient enough for treating the population. Primary factors like poor road quality, poor transportation availability have been responsible for the increase in accessing existing facilities, because patients are not able to access the health care services on or before time. Primarily the government needs to improve access to health care by providing transportation, good quality roads, and availability if General Practitioners. The access hurdle is not only limited to healthcare provisions only but also the other divisions of road, transportation which needs to work together to provide a permanent solution. These could be done by providing incentives to young doctors, and physicians, providing them attractive pay packages, compulsory practice in rural regions, and making policy changes in making priority placements for postgraduate doctors. A collaborative planning between all stakeholders is necessary in improving the health standards of rural people which is done by making provisions for easy access to health care facilities in rural and remote locations. The perception of these provisions need to be more optimistic and be taken on a priority basis enforcing a rigorous implementation of the plans to be developed for improving access to health care services.