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Government of Western Australia - Department of Fisheries

Contact us

You can contact us at a number of locations around the State:

Main office locations

Other offices, branches and facilities

Feedback and complaints​

Report sightings or evidence of aquatic pests and diseases, of fish kills:


Perth office relocation
Our Perth offic​e has relocated to Gordon Stephenson House, 140 William Street, Perth.

This move see us co-located with a number of other State Government departments in the city centre.  

As part of the move, we have permanently closed our Perth licensing counter.

However, you can still apply for​ all fishing licences in the following ways: 

For large commercial fishing licence transactions, you can still meet with one of our senior licencing officers at our Perth office premises, but you need to call ahead to make an advance appointment​. (Please note: we can no longer accept cash for this kind of transaction, but are now equipped with mobile payment systems).

If you have a scheduled meeting with us at the new premises, take the public lifts to Level 2 and report to the reception area.

Contact details
For licensing queries, call 1300 374 731 (1300 DPIRD1).

Our Perth office postal address is Locked Bag 4, Bentley Delivery Centre, 6983, and there are a number of other ways you can​ ​​connect with us through email, telephone, social media, apps and e-newsletters.​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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