State services: Western Australia
The Registry creates and permanently stores birth, death and marriage records for life events occurring in Western Australia and performs civil marriages in the Perth Registry office.
If you have changed your address you will need to complete a form in writing or submit your new address details via the change of address web form. It is a legal requirement to notify Driver and Vehicle Services within 21 days of changing your address.
Information about concessions and rebates available to Seniors Card holders in Western Australia.
Consumer Protection promotes fair trading and protecting the rights of consumers and businesses in Western Australia. Consumer Protection WA is also responsible for some occupational licences, buying, selling and renting homes, cooperatives and not for profit legislation.
Western Australian government page listing local councils and their websites.
Provides Western Australia with a range of fire and emergency services, including state emergency service volunteers.
Search the alphabetical list of departments and agencies for contact and information details.
View a selection of WA government websites where you can pay bills over the internet and select, order or pay for products or services online.
Find out which steps you need to take to get your first WA driver's licence; or to upgrade to a higher driver licence class. You can also find out how to obtain a bus driver's licence or a taxi driver's licence.
The quickest way to renew or replace your driver's licence is online, however other options include phone, mail or in person. Find out when your driver's licence is due for renewal, how to renew it, and how to replace a damaged, lost or stolen licence.
Choose from a range of payment options including online; phone/fax; in person; mail; and direct debit to pay your infringements and court fines. You will need a reference number to make a payment.
Your gateway to information about employment opportunities in the Government of Western Australia.
Justices of the Peace in Western Australia are involved in a wide a range of duties and responsibilities - most commonly including witnessing of documents such as passport applications and wills. An on-line database is provided to locate the closest JP.
Access the official register of land ownership and survey information for Western Australia by subscribing to Landgate online services.
If you have a legal problem and can't afford a lawyer, Legal Aid Western Australia can provide low cost legal advice.
Search for Western Australian Acts, subsidiary legislation and Bills.
Provides anyone aged 18 years or over with a recognised form of personal identity, primarily for use in accessing licensed premises in Western Australia.
Public holidays in Western Australia. Includes link to regional dates for Queens Birthday.
Find road, rail and ferry services, news and updates. Includes quick links to Transperth, Transwa and school bus services.
Find out how to renew your vehicle registration in Western Australia, including what to do if your vehicle licence is overdue or lapsed. You can also check your vehicle licence expiry date online; all you need is your vehicle plate number.
Information page about road rules in Western Australia. Includes link to download the Drive Safe book, which provides all drivers with a good overview of the key road rules and the penalties.
Provides semester dates for public schools in Western Australia for the years 2000-2018.
To apply for the Seniors Card you need to complete a Western Australian Seniors Card Application form. Download the form, or pick one up from the WA Seniors Card Centre, major banks, local government offices and Members of Parliament electorate offices. Includes information about changing your details, finding discounts and replacing a lost or stolen Seniors Card.
Once you've calculated your estimated monthly finance options, why not use the stamp duty calculator to give you a good indication of the types of fees which will be required upon purchase of a property in Western Australia?