Court and Tribunal Services

Administers court locations across WA including tribunals and boards, the Sheriff’s Office, Fines Enforcement Registry and provides services to victims of crime and children engaged in the justice system.

Courts and Tribunals have measures in place to mitigate the risks posed by COVID-19 to the judiciary, our employees and all Court and Tribunal users.

If you need to contact a court or tribunal, or deal with a court or tribunal matter, refer to the relevant court or tribunal website for information including registry opening hours.

Jury trials have now resumed at both the Supreme Court and District Court in Perth and some regional locations. A number of measures have been implemented to protect the health and wellbeing of all court users, including physical distancing and screening practices. If you have any concerns about attending Jury duty, please contact the relevant court or tribunal location.

Find information on the courts and tribunals in Western Australia. Learn more about what to wear in court, how to attend, paying your fine and much more.

Find a court, tribunal or board

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Courts

Supreme Court
Level 11 David Malcolm Justice Centre
28 Barrack Street
PERTH WA 6000

Stirling Gardens, Barrack Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9421 5333
Fax: (08) 9421 5471

Family Court
150 Terrace Road
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9224 8222
Fax: (08) 9224 8360
Counselling Service: (08) 9224 8248
Freecall: 1800 199 228

District Court
500 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9425 2128

Magistrates Court
501 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000

Magistrates Court locations

Children's Court
160 Pier Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9218 0100
Fax: (08) 9221 1705

Coroner's Court
Level 10, 501 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9425 2900
Freecall: 1800 671 994

Tribunal

State Administrative Tribunal

Level 6, State Administrative Tribunal Building
565 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9219 3111
Tollfree: 1300 306 017

Boards

Gender Reassignment Board

Department of Justice
Level 6, State Administrative Tribunal Building
565 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9219 3111
Email: sat@justice.wa.gov.au

Mentally Impaired Accused Review Board

GPO Box C127
PERTH WA 6839
Phone: (08) 9423 8700
Email: prisonersreviewboard@justice.wa.gov.au

Prisoners Review Board

GPO Box C127
PERTH WA 6839
Phone: (08) 9423 8700
Email: prisonersreviewboard@justice.wa.gov.au

Supervised Release Review Board

GPO Box C127
PERTH WA 6839
Phone: (08) 9423 8700
Email: srrb@justice.wa.gov.au

Metropolitan and Regional court locations

To view location details, select a map marker or filter by region tabs or location type.

The information on this map was derived from Google Maps and the Department's location data source. Care was taken in the creation of this map. The Department cannot accept any responsibility for errors, omissions or positional accuracy. There are no warranties, expressed or implied, including the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, accompanying this product. To report a location map error, please contact us.

Information on visiting court

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What to expect when you visit or attend a court including what to do to get ready for court, how to behave when attending court and much more. For more information, refer to the Visiting a Court page.

Daily court listing

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Court lists for all courts and tribunals in WA. Courts are open to the public. Tribunal hearings and directions are also open to the public, however, compulsory conferences and mediation sittings are closed. Some court listings will not be publically displayed due to legislative requirements and/or court requirements.

View daily court listings on the eCourts portal.

Gender Reassignment Board

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The Gender Reassignment Board deals with matters relating to a person's reassigned gender under the Gender Reassignment Act.

A person who has undergone gender reassignment and wishes to have their new gender legally recognised can apply for a Recognition Certificate for an Adult.

A guardian of a child who has undergone gender reassignment and wishes to have the child’s new gender legally recognised can apply for a Recognition Certificate for a Child.

Applications for certificates are to be made to the Gender Reassignment Board.

Application and Service

When making an application you must provide evidence to the Executive Officer that you have served a copy of the application form and supporting documents on the Attorney General.

The Board has approved a standard Statutory Declaration form (Western Australia) which you can use as evidence of service.

Alternatively when you contact the Executive Officer for an application, please request a copy of the Statutory Declaration (download below) to be sent with the application.

When lodging your application with the Executive Officer you must also attach proof of service of a copy of the application and any supporting documents on the Attorney General (Statutory Declaration form).

New birth certificates

Once your application to the Gender Reassignment Board is successful, you can apply for a new birth certificate from the Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages. For more information, visit the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages website.

Review of decisions

If your application to the Gender Reassignment Board is unsuccessful, you may apply for a review of the decision to the State Administrative Tribunal.

For more information about a review of the Gender Reassignment Board's decision visit the State Administrative Tribunal website.

Contact

Gender Reassignment Board
Department of Justice
Level 6
State Administrative Tribunal Building
565 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Phone: (08) 9219 3111
Email: sat@justice.wa.gov.au

Business hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30 am to 4.30 pm (except public holidays).

Postal address:

Executive Officer
Gender Reassignment Board of WA
Department of Justice
PO Box U1991
PERTH WA 6845

Outstanding fines and infringements

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This list contains the details of major debtors registered at the Fines Enforcement Registry. A debtor with a significant amount outstanding who has not entered into a formal arrangement to pay the outstanding debt. The amount outstanding shows the aggregate value of outstanding registered fines and orders to pay or elect.

How do I have my name removed?

To have your name removed from the list you must contact the Fines Enforcement Registry on 1300 650 235 and either pay your outstanding fines and infringements or enter into a formal arrangement to pay.

Support Services for Victims of Crime

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Court and Tribunal Services has a number of support services for victims of crime. Refer to the following court based services:

For additional support for victims of crime, refer to the Support for Victims of Crime page.

Page reviewed 3 September 2020