State Administrative Tribunal

Submitting Electronic Evidence

Please note you will need to seek approval in writing before you can submit evidence on an external device.

This document outlines the standards that apply to the formatting and lodgement of electronic evidentiary material for court proceedings with the exception of “e-Trials” that are conducted in the Supreme and District Courts. For information specifically relating to e-Trials refer to the following:

  • Protocol for Etrials
  • Etrial Bulk Upload Template
  • Etrial Bulk Example.

1.1. Non-Compliance with Standards

Non-compliance with the standards outlined in this document may result in delays to the court proceedings, and, or, additional costs for the parties to the proceedings.

1.2. Court Locations

These standards apply to all court locations staffed by the Department of the Justice (DoJ). A list of these court locations can be found at “Annexure A.”

1.3. Courtroom Types

For the purposes of this document, there are three types of Courtrooms (A, B and C.) The dot points below provide a high level description of the system for each type. The list of court locations at “Annexure A” shows the number of type of courtrooms at each location.

1.3.1. Type A & B

A “Type A & B” courtroom where personal computer (PC) based programs and DVD videos can be displayed to participant in the Court including playback of PC based evidence from the Bar Table\Counsel Bench.

1.3.2. Type C

A “Type C” courtroom that have DVD and PC video evidence can be displayed. Within both courtrooms, play back is only achieved by a simple display and there may be restricted viewing.

Type A - Full Electronic Courtroom

Type B - Fully integrated audio-visual - video conferencing, audio conferencing, RWR, evidence playback and basic PC playback

Type C - Video playback and digital recording

Type C+ - Video playback , digital recording and basic video conferencing

1.4. Contacting DoJ Courts in Relation to Electronic Evidence

Contact with the Supreme Court, District Court, Family Court, Coroner’s Court and the State Administrative Tribunal should always be made to the Perth registry of that court or tribunal, regardless of where the court is sitting. Contact with a Magistrates or Children’s Court office should always be made to the registry where the court is sitting.

1.5. Other Court Locations

Any party wishing to lodge electronic material at a court NOT managed by the Department of Justice should make contact with that court registry to establish what standards apply to that location. A list of these court locations and their telephone and facsimile numbers can be found at “Annexure B”.

The following table lists the acceptable formats of electronic evidence in Western Australian Courts managed by the Department of Justice. Please note that all PC based electronic evidence files must be compatible with the Windows 10 Operating System.

Evidence Formats

Document / exhibit / playerFormat
Word processing documents

Microsoft Word 97 - 2013 (.doc or .docx).

Imaged Documents / Photos / Exhibits

Bitmap graphics format (BMP)
Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)
Portable Document Format (PDF) or
Tagged Image File Format (TIFF).

Excel Spreadsheets

Microsoft Excel 97 - 2013 (.xls or .xlsx).

Windows Media Audio & Video Clips

Windows Media formats (.asf, .wma, .wmv, .wm)
Windows Media Metafiles (.asx, .wax, .wvx, .wmx)
Windows Media Metafiles (.wpl)
Microsoft Digital Video Recording (.dvr-ms)
Windows Media Download Package (.wmd)
Audio Visual Interleave (.avi)
Moving Pictures Experts Group (.mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mp3,
.mpa, .mpe, .m3u)
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (.mid, .midi, .rmi)
Audio Interchange File Format (.aif, .aifc, .aiff)
Sun Microsystems and NeXT (.au, .snd)
Audio for Windows (.wav)
CD Audio Track (.cda)
Indeo Video Technology (.ivf)
Windows Media Player Skins (.wmz, .wms)
QuickTime Movie file (.mov)
MP4 Audio file (.m4a)
MP4 Video file (.mp4, .m4v, .mp4v, .3g2, .3gp2, .3gp, .3gpp)
Windows audio file (.aac, .adt, .adts)
MPEG-2 TS Video file (.m2ts)
Free Lossless Audio Codec (.flac).

VLC Media Player

ADPCM, DV Type 1, 12bits DV audio in AVI
Altrac,
Android Media Codec,
AVI,
CDXL,
FLAC,
G2M4,
GNU/Linux VDPAU
Indeo Audio Coder,
JPEG,
MKV,
MP4,
MSS1,
MSS2,
OGG,
QuickSync Video
RealAudio Lossless Audio
SCTE-27, complete EIA-608 subtitles
TSCC2,
Ulead DV audio,
Ut,
VBLE
VDA Decoder,
VHS FormatMP4,
Wave/RF64.

GOM Player 2.3.28.5286

.vi
.ogm
.mkv
.mp4
.k3g
.ifo
.ts
.asf
.wmv
.wma
.mov
.mpg
.m1v
.m2v
.vob
.m4v
.3gp/3gp2
.rmvb
.rm
.ogg
.flv
.asx(video)
.dat
.mp3
.m4a
.aac
.ogg
.flac
.wav
.wma
.rma
.alac
.mi
.srt
.rt
.sub(& IDX)
.vtt (text sub)
.dvb
.ass
.psb
.txt
.sbv
.vobsub (embedded sub).

DVD disk

DVD-Video (VOB).

2.1. PC Based Files

Any person wishing to lodge any PC based evidence must immediately contact the court registry to determine whether a courtroom is available to conduct the proceedings. Upon contacting the court registry, a court officer will advise whether a courtroom is available and the next course of action if the courtroom is not available. Failure to contact the registry may result in delays to the court proceedings and possible additional costs for the parties to the proceedings.

DoJ has developed a suite of software for evidence playback. The suite contains a number of format specific video and audio players, specifically Windows Media Player, VLC media player and GOM player. The file formats accepted by this software suite is outlined above. In addition, there are a number of other CCTV Players installed on courtroom PC’s which are able to playback the following file formats:

  • 000 Files
  • 264 Files
  • 400 & 600 Files
  • 601 Files
  • AJP Files
  • ARV Files
  • AVC & IDX Files
  • AVE Files
  • AVI Files
  • AVR Files
  • CLP Files
  • CX3 Files
  • DAT Files
  • DAV Files
  • DMI Files
  • DSF Files
  • DSS Files
  • DRV Files
  • DV4 & AVC Files
  • DVA Files
  • DVR Files
  • DVS Files
  • DVT Files
  • DXA Files
  • EXP Files
  • GBF Files
  • G64 Files
  • H3R Files
  • H264 Files
  • IFV Files
  • IRF Files
  • IVI Files
  • MP4 Files
  • MPC Files
  • MPG Files
  • N3R Files
  • PAR Files
  • PEF Files
  • RE4 Files
  • STK Files
  • TDB Files
  • UMV Files
  • VGX Files
  • VGZ Files
  • VVF Files.

Please note that it is imperative for the Organisation / person presenting the evidence to detail the specific CCTV Player that has been confirmed to play the evidence presented prior to submission of the evidence in Court.

2.2. Playback Equipment

Where equipment in the Courtroom is unable to play the evidence, it will be the responsibility of the organisation / person presenting the evidence to provide equipment (i.e. Laptop\Notebook computer) that connects to the Courts Audio Visual system via a VGA (HD15) connector or HDMI (where available).

2.3. Other File Formats

Any person that has evidence in another file format will be required to convert that document or electronic file to a format that can be displayed in the courtroom display system. They must also immediately:

  • Contact the Registry as listed in the Contact Information section
  • Ensure that the party or the representative of the party that issued the witness summons is aware of the conversion.

3.1. Time of delivery

All electronic evidence should be delivered at least two (2) days prior to the attendance date. Note the Parties must liaise with the court and organise a time where the party can test the evidence prior to the hearing. If the documents are not delivered, or contact is not made with the registry, it may be necessary to adjourn the proceedings and it is possible that an order for costs may be made. It is the responsibility of the party to test that the evidence can be played on the court equipment.

3.2. Hand Delivery

Electronic documents can be hand delivered by lodging a storage device containing the documents at the registry of the court where the proceedings are taking place, at least two days before the attendance date; or by appearing in court at the time and place specified in the summons and delivering them into the custody of the court. If the documents are not delivered, or contact is not made with the registry, it may be necessary to adjourn the proceedings and it is possible that an order for costs may be made.

3.3. Storage Devices

When hand delivery is used, the court will only accept electronic information on CD disks, DVD-ROM disk for PC based evidence, DVD-Video (VOB) disks, or a USB flash drive with a male USB series A plug. The storage device must be labelled with, or accompanied by, the information listed below:

  • Name of proceedings;
  • Name and contact details of lodging party;
  • Court file number and name (party);
  • List of all file names on storage device and a description of each file;
  • The specific Player / Software that is required to display / play the evidence;
  • Length of time audio/video recording
  • A declaration that the storage device has been checked for viruses;
  • A declaration advising if the device contains objectionable material; and
  • A statement as to whether the lodger requires the return of the storage device.

The storage device MUST NOT contain any files that are not being used in connection with the court proceedings.

The court will retain the storage device until the expiry of 31 days from the conclusion of the court proceedings. The storage device will only be returned to the lodger if a request is made for its return, if no request is made the device will be destroyed.

3.4. Electronic delivery

3.4.1. Email

Electronic files of a combined size of up to 4 (four) Mb can be delivered by email to the address listed in “Annexure A” against the court registry where the proceedings are taking place. Files sent via email should be checked for viruses prior to being sent and should be in a compressed format or “zipped” to reduce the size of traffic into the DoJ email system.

The following information must be included within the body of the email;

  • Name of proceedings;
  • Name and contact details of lodging party;
  • Court file number and name (party);
  • List of all file names on storage device and a description of each file;
  • The specific Player / Software that is required to display / play the evidence;
  • Length of time audio/video recording
  • A declaration that the storage device has been checked for viruses;
  • A declaration advising if the device contains objectionable material; and
  • A statement as to whether the lodger requires the return of the storage device.

3.4.2. Document File names

During court proceedings documents, that are tendered and accepted into evidence, are given an exhibit number. In order to simplify this process every file should be named in the same manner by using the individual’s family or surname of the lodging party and a sequenced number (e.g. JONES 1.doc, JONES 2.doc).

In the situation where an organisation lodges a document it should be named by using the organisation name and a sequenced number.

3.4.3. Description of files

In the list of file names, a brief and concise description of the contents of the file should be placed against each file. E.g. photograph - injuries - Lionel JONES, face; photograph - injuries - Lionel JONES, upper torso.

Always remember that images should be rotated to the ‘right way up’ before they are saved so that when the file is opened it is not necessary to rotate the image in order to see it properly.

All care must be taken to ensure that the electronically scanned version of a document is an exact replication of the original document. In order to achieve this, the following protocols have been developed.

4.1. Quality Control for Document Scanning

Quality control is not always easy to achieve, because of the state of the originals e.g. thermal paper documents, computer printouts, different coloured paper, handwritten notes or those of an awkward shape or size, etc. The following guidelines should assist to improve the quality of the images to be scanned.

4.2. Use of a Photocopier

Before scanning the original document it may be necessary to use a photocopier to:

4.2.1. Adjust the contrast – darker/lighter, especially useful if the originals are;

  • Faded documents (thermal paper),
  • Computer printouts with stripes down the page,
  • On coloured paper.

4.2.2. Enlarge or reduce the size of a document;

  • Enlarge – some small receipts,
  • Reduce – facsimiles have message lines at the top and/or bottom of each page. To ensure they are not missed when scanned it is wise to photocopy the facsimile message, reducing it slightly, before imaging.

Always check before scanning or photocopying, that the page is sitting straight. Do not try to straighten an original that is crooked.

4.3. Scanning cheques

Use a photocopier’s overlay feature so that the back and the front of the cheque appear on same sheet of paper and then scan the single sheet of paper.

4.4. Scanning of books

DO NOT scan every page of large documents such as diaries, cheque stubs, receipt books, and computer printouts; unless specifically requested to do so (refer below). The preferred method is to scan the cover of the book and then scan only the pages that are referred to or relevant.

A Field called “Extract” is included in the image attributes to flag a document as being incomplete.

4.5. Scanning multiple page documents

If every page of a document must be scanned it is important to check that each page is scanned correctly and that they are all included in the same file.

Once the scanning is completed the file should be checked to ensure that there are no missing pages.

4.5.1. Documents with Post-it Notes

  • Blank post-it notes - remove before scanning,
  • A post-it note with writing – scan with the note on a blank part of the document; or
  • Remove the post-it note and scan, then scan the page again with the note on the page (save as a single document).

NOTE: that if this was a multiple page document, this process will also change the electronic page numbering so that it does not match the physical page numbering.

For any technical issues or queries in relation to this document please contact the Courts Technology Group – AV Services Team on (08) 9425 2645 or email.

For any other issues or queries please contact the court registry (as listed below) where the proceedings will take place.


6. Annexure A - Court Locations Staffed by the Department of Justice

Standard court hours are 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Supreme Court

Stirling Gardens & David Malcolm Justice Centre
Barrack Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: (08) 9421 5333
Facsimile: (08) 9221 4436
Email address: Supreme.Court@justice.wa.gov.au
29 x (A & B) Courtrooms. 5 x (C) Courtrooms.

District Court

District Court Building
500 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: Civil Enquiries: (08) 9425 2343
Criminal Enquiries: (08) 9425 2150
Facsimile: (08) 9425 2268
Email address: District.Court@justice.wa.gov.au
24 x (A & B) Courtrooms.

Perth Magistrates Court

Central Law Courts
Level 2
501 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: (08) 9425 2266 and (08) 9425 2265
Facsimile: (08) 9221 1307
Email address: Pmclistings@justice.wa.gov.au
21 x (A & B) Courtrooms, 5 x (C) Courtrooms.

Coroner's Court

Central Law Courts
Level 10
501 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: (08) 9425 2900 or 1800 671 994
Facsimile: (08) 9425 2901
Email Address: Coroner@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (A) Courtroom.

Perth Children's Court

160 Pier Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: (08) 9218 0112
Facsimile: (08) 9221 1705
Email Address: ChildrensCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
6 x (B) Courtrooms.

Family Court

150 Terrace Road
PERTH 6000
Telephone: (08) 9224 8222
Facsimile: (08) 9224 8360
Email Address: Family.Court@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom, 2 x (C+) Courtrooms. Plus 2 Video Conference trolleys

State Administrative Tribunal

Level 6
SAT Building
565 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000
Telephone: (08) 9219 3111
Toll free: 1300 306 017
Facsimile: (08) 9325 5099
Email Address: Sat@justice.wa.gov.au
10 x (B) Hearing Rooms, 12 x (C) Hearing Rooms

Standard courthouse hours are 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday.

Armadale Courthouse

109 Jull Street
ARMADALE WA 6112
Telephone: (08) 9399 0700
Facsimile: (08) 9497 1488
Email address: ArmadaleCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
3 x (B) Courtrooms.

Fremantle Courthouse

8 Holdsworth Street
FREMANTLE WA 6160
Telephone: (08) 9431 0300
Facsimile: (08) 9430 4464
Email address: FremantleCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
5 x (B) Courtrooms.

Joondalup Courthouse

21 Reid Promenade
JOONDALUP WA 6027
Telephone: (08) 9400 0700
Facsimile: (08) 9300 2005
Email address: JoondalupCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
4 x (B) Courtrooms.

Midland Courthouse

24 Spring Park Road
MIDLAND WA 6056
Telephone: (08) 9250 0200
Facsimile: (08) 9274 6676
Email address: MidlandCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
3 x (B) Courtrooms.

Rockingham Courthouse

Whitfield Street
ROCKINGHAM WA 6168
Telephone: (08) 9527 6433
Facsimile: (08) 9592 3077
Email address: RockinghamCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
3 x (B) Courtrooms.

Mandurah Courthouse

333 Pinjarra Road
MANDURAH WA 6210
Telephone: (08) 9581 4000
Facsimile: (08) 9581 1842
Email address: MandurahCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtroom.

Standard courthouse hours are 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Albany Courthouse

184 Stirling Terrace
ALBANY WA 6330
Telephone: (08) 9845 5200
Facsimile: (08) 9841 7920
Email address: AlbanyCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (A) Courtroom, 2 x (B) Courtrooms.

Broome Courthouse

Hamersley Street
BROOME WA 6725
Telephone: (08) 9192 1137
Facsimile: (08) 9192 1878
Email address: BroomeCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtrooms.

Bunbury Courthouse

3 Stephen Street
BUNBURY WA 6230
Telephone: (08) 9781 4200
Facsimile: (08) 9721 8180
Email address: BunburyCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
4 x (B) Courtrooms.

Busselton Courthouse

12 Stanley Street
BUSSELTON WA 6280
Telephone: (08) 9754 9666
Facsimile: (08) 9752 4950
Email address: BusseltonCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtroom.

Carnarvon Courthouse

Cnr Babbage Island Rd and Robinson St
CARNARVON WA 6701
Telephone: (08) 9941 5500
Facsimile: (08) 9941 2779
Email address: CarnarvonCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtrooms.

Collie Courthouse

Wittenoom Street
COLLIE WA 6225
Telephone: (08) 9734 2061
Facsimile: (08) 9734 1817
Email address: CollieCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Derby Courthouse

Loch Street
DERBY WA 6728
Telephone: (08) 9191 1406
Facsimile: (08) 9193 1025
Email address: DerbyCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Esperance Courthouse

Dempster Street
ESPERANCE WA 6450
Telephone: (08) 9071 2444
Facsimile: (08) 9071 2288
Email address: EsperanceCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Geraldton Courthouse

Marine Terrace
GERALDTON WA 6530
Telephone: (08) 9921 3722
Facsimile: (08) 9964 1864
Email address: GeraldtonCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
3 x (B) Courtrooms.

Kalgoorlie Courthouse

Hannan Street
KALGOORLIE WA 6430
Telephone: (08) 9093 5300
Facsimile: (08) 9021 2005
Email address: KalgoorlieCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (A) Courtroom 3 x (B) Courtrooms.

Karratha Courthouse

Balmoral Street
KARRATHA WA 6714
Telephone: (08) 9185 2922
Facsimile: (08) 9185 2413
Email address: KarrathaCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtroom.

Katanning Courthouse

Clive Street
KATANNING WA 6317
Telephone: (08) 9821 1177
Facsimile: (08) 9821 2210
Email address: KatanningCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Kununurra Courthouse

Ivanhoe Road
KUNUNURRA WA 6743
Telephone: (08) 9166 7100
Facsimile: (08) 9168 1103
Email address: KununurraCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtroom.

Manjimup Courthouse

Mount Street
MANJIMUP WA 6258
Telephone: (08) 9771 1316
Facsimile: (08) 9777 1252
Email address: ManjimupCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Merredin Courthouse

Mitchell Street
MERREDIN WA 6415
Telephone: (08) 9041 1064
Facsimile: (08) 9041 2604
Email address: MerredinCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Moora Courthouse

Dandaragan Street
MOORA WA 6510
Telephone: (08) 9651 1407
Facsimile: (08) 9651 1375
Email address: MooraCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Narrogin Courthouse

Fortune Street
NARROGIN WA 6312
Telephone: (08) 9881 1722
Facsimile: (08) 9881 3344
Email address: NarroginCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Northam Courthouse

Wellington Street
NORTHAM WA 6401
Telephone: (08) 9622 1035
Facsimile: (08) 9622 1234
Email address: NorthamCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
1 x (B) Courtroom.

South Hedland Courthouse

Hawke Place
SOUTH HEDLAND WA 6722
Telephone: (08) 9172 9300
Facsimile:
(08) 9172 9330
Email address: SouthHedlandCourt@justice.wa.gov.au
2 x (B) Courtrooms.

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7. Annexure B - Other Court Locations

Coolgardie

40 Bayley Street
Telephone: (08) 9026 6066
Facsimile: (08) 9026 6204

Leonora

Cnr Rochester & Tower Street
Telephone: (08) 9037 6106
Facsimile: (08) 9037 6248
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Marble Bar

Bohemia Road
Telephone: (08) 9176 1044
Facsimile: (08) 9176 1048

Meekatharra

Main Street
Telephone: (08) 9981 1008
Facsimile: (08) 9981 1482
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Norseman

Princep Street
Telephone: (08) 9039 1082
Facsimile: (08) 9039 1657

Southern Cross

Canopus Street
Telephone: (08) 9049 1107
Facsimile: (08) 9049 1431
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Augusta

Lot 411, Hillview Road
Telephone: (08) 9758 1575
Facsimile: (08) 9752 7812

Balgo

192 Luurnpa Circuit
Telephone: (08) 9168 8978
Facsimile: (08) 9168 8978
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Boddington

10-12 Pollard Street
Telephone: (08) 9883 8002
Facsimile: (08) 9883 9001

Boyup Brook

88 Abel Street
Telephone: (08) 9765 1100
Facsimile: (08) 9765 1257

Bridgetown

26 Steere Street
Telephone: (08) 9761 1666
Facsimile: (08) 9761 2336

Bruce Rock

14 Johnson Street
Telephone: (08) 9061 1035
Facsimile: (08) 9061 1480

Carnamah

34 Macpherson Street
Telephone: (08) 9951 1222
Facsimile: (08) 9951 1258

Cue

74 Austin Street
Telephone: (08) 9963 1050
Facsimile: (08) 9963 1228
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Dalwallinu

81 Johnston Street
Telephone: (08) 9661 1202
Facsimile: (08) 9661 1321

Dampier

Lot 376, Nielsen Place
Telephone: (08) 9183 1144
Facsimile: (08) 9183 1018

Dongara

3 Waldeck Street
Telephone: (08) 9927 1122
Facsimile: (08) 9927 1937

Donnybrook

50 South Western Highway
Telephone: (08) 9731 1126
Facsimile: (08) 9731 2030

Eucla

Lot 17, Patupis Street
Telephone: (08) 9039 3470
Facsimile: (08) 9039 3490

Exmouth

32 Maidstone Crescent
Telephone: (08) 9949 2444
Facsimile: (08) 9949 2883

Fitzroy Crossing

55 Mclarty Road
Telephone: (08) 9191 5000
Facsimile: (08) 9191 5245
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Gingin

4 Constable Street
Telephone: (08) 9575 2244
Facsimile: (08) 9575 2371

Gnowangerup

3 Corbett Street
Telephone: (08) 9827 1202
Facsimile: (08) 9827 1438

Goomalling

14 Quinlan Street
Telephone: (08) 9629 1200
Facsimile: (08) 9629 1396

Halls Creek

Lot 68, Great Northern Highway
Telephone: (08) 9168 6000
Facsimile: (08) 9168 6206
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Harvey

17A Hayward Street
Telephone: (08) 9729 1001
Facsimile: (08) 9729 3266
1 x (C) Courtroom.

Jurien Bay

2 Batt Street
Telephone: (08) 9652 1017
Facsimile: (08) 9652 1502

Kalbarri

48 Grey Street
Telephone: (08) 9937 1006
Facsimile: (08) 9937 1633

Kojonup

127 Albany Highway
Telephone: (08) 9831 1333
Facsimile: (08) 9831 1652

Lake Grace

54-56 Stubbs Street
Telephone: (08) 9865 1007
Facsimile: (08) 9865 1429

Lancelin

33 Atkinson Way
Telephone: (08) 9655 1144
Facsimile: (08) 9655 1234

Laverton

24 Augusta Street
Telephone: (08) 9031 1000
Facsimile: (08) 9031 1087
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Leeman

Morcombe Road
Telephone: (08) 9953 1355
Facsimile: (08) 9953 1453

Leinster

Lot 402 Mansbridge Street
Telephone: (08) 9037 9000
Facsimile: (08) 9037 9467

Margaret River

47 Willmott Avenue
Telephone: (08) 9757 2222
Facsimile: (08) 9757 3430

Morawa

2 Stokes Road
Telephone: (08) 9971 1205
Facsimile: (08) 9971 1365

Mount Barker

13 Mount Barker Road
Telephone: (08) 9851 1122
Facsimile: (08) 9851 2010

Mullewa

1 Mills Street
Telephone: (08) 9961 1104
Facsimile: (08) 9961 1217

Nannup

Warren Road
Telephone: (08) 9756 1000
Facsimile: (08) 9756 3001

Narembeen

7 Longhurst Street
Telephone: (08) 9064 7350
Facsimile: (08) 9064 7016

Newman

48 Mindarra Drive
Telephone: (08) 9175 1201
Facsimile: (08) 9175 1245
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Northampton

Hampton Road
Telephone: (08) 9934 1103
Facsimile: (08) 9934 1530

Nullagine

Gallop Road
Telephone: (08) 9176 2011
Facsimile: (08) 9176 2001

Onslow

Lot 594, Second Avenue
Telephone: (08) 9184 6000
Facsimile: (08) 9184 6270
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Pannawonica

Pannawonica Drive
Telephone: (08) 9184 1222
Facsimile: (08) 9184 1022

Paraburdoo

Ashburton Avenue
Telephone: (08) 91895044
Facsimile: (08) 91895401

Pemberton

Lot 239, Ellis Street
Telephone: (08) 9776 1202
Facsimile: (08) 9776 1683

Pingelly

7 Pasture Street
Telephone: (08) 9887 1008
Facsimile: (08) 9887 1401

Ravensthorpe

62 Morgans Street
Telephone: (08) 9838 1004
Facsimile: (08) 9838 1226
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Shark Bay

20 Durlacher Street
Telephone: (08) 9948 1201
Facsimile: (08) 9948 1255

Tambellup

3981 Gnowangerup-Tambellup Road
Telephone: (08) 9825 1003
Facsimile: (08) 9825 1213

Three Springs

42 Carter Street
Telephone: (08) 9954 1016
Facsimile: (08) 9954 1370

Tom Price

1 Court Road
Telephone: (08) 9189 1344
Facsimile: (08) 9189 1203
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Wagin

4-6 Upland Street
Telephone: (08) 9861 1211
Facsimile: (08) 9861 1939

Williams

9 Brooking Street
Telephone: (08) 9885 1100
Facsimile: (08) 9885 1204

Wiluna

Lot 132, Thompson Street
Telephone: (08) 9981 7024
Facsimile: (08) 9981 7009
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Wongan Hills

1A Mitchell Street
Telephone: (08) 9671 1144
Facsimile: (08) 9671 1628

Wyndham

16 Macphee Street
Telephone: (08) 9681 1333
Facsimile: (08) 9681 1431
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Yalgoo

10-12 Selwyn Street
Telephone: (08) 9962 8032
Facsimile: (08) 9962 8060

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Bidyadanga

Lot 69, Bidyadanga Road
Telephone: (08) 9192 4091
Facsimile: (08) 9192 4779
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Dampier Peninsula

Lombadina Road
Telephone: (08) 9192 4590
Facsimile: (08) 9192 4568
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Jigalong

48 Mindarra Drive
Telephone: (08) 9175 7143
Facsimile: (08) 9175 1245
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Kalumburu

Carson Street
Telephone: (08) 9161 4777
Facsimile: (08) 9161 4674
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Warakuna

Warakurna Access Road
Telephone: (08) 8956 7099
Facsimile: (08) 8956 7587
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Warburton

Lot 168, Warburton
Access Road
Telephone: (08) 8955 8300
Facsimile: (08) 8955 8295
1 x (B) Courtroom.

Warmun

7 Longhurst Street
Telephone: (08) 9167 8438
Facsimile: (08) 9167 1924
1 x (B) Courtroom.


Last updated: 28-Feb-2020

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