How can we help you? Phone, email or visit the Department.
Visit our Perth Offices General enquiries
The Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage and the Western Australian Planning Commission are located at:
Gordon Stephenson House, 140 William Street, Perth, Western Australia.
Phone us for general enquiries
Please call our office between 8:30am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday.
Tel: (08) 6551 8002
You can contact us by email at your convenience. Please refer to the list below to find the appropriate email address for your query.
General enquiries can be made via the above contact form. A feedback and complaints form is also available.
Electronic referrals responses by agencies: firstname.lastname@example.org
Electronic MRS Development Applications by Local Government: email@example.com
Locked Bag 2506
Perth WA 6001
178 Stirling Terrace
PO Box 1108
Albany WA 6331
Tel: (08) 9892 7333
|Albany - Aboriginal Heritage|
121 Aberdeen Street
Albany WA 6331
Tel: (08) 9845 7370
23 Coghlan Street
Broome WA 6725
Tel: (08) 9194 3400
Sixth Floor Bunbury Tower
61 Victoria Street
Bunbury WA 6230
Tel: (08) 9791 0577
45 Cathedral Ave
Geraldton WA 6530
Aboriginal Land Tel: (08) 9920 6904
Aboriginal Heritage Tel: (08) 9920 9606
32 Brookman Street
Kalgoorlie WA 6430
Aboriginal Heritage Tel: (08) 6551 8002
Kununurra WA 6743
Tel: (08) 9166 7802
Level 1 - Suite 94
16 Dolphin Drive
Mandurah WA 6210
Tel: (08) 9586 4680
Suite 2 First Floor
5517 Brand Street
South Hedland WA 6722
Tel: (08) 9160 2251
| |Aboriginal Heritage contacts
We welcome queries from all media outlets. Please direct your query to:
or phone (08) 6551 9038 (will forward to mobile after hours)
For media-related matters only. General queries cannot be responded to through this line.
Freedom of information
Registrar of Aboriginal Sites
The Registrar of Aboriginal Sites is appointed under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 (Act) to administer the day to day operations of the Aboriginal Cultural Material Committee and also to perform other functions as allocated to the Registrar under the Act.
Australia: (08) 6551 8000
International: +61 8 6551 8000
Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage
Locked Bag 2506
PERTH WA 6001
South West Settlement Heritage
Email: South West Settlement Heritage
Ph: (08) 6551 8070
South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council (SWALSC)
Senior Legal Officer
Email: SWALSC Senior Legal Officer
Ph: (08) 9358 7400
See the Freedom of information page for details on how to apply for access to information.
Emergency after hours phone number
0428 940 253
For tenant emergency matters only. General queries cannot be responded to or redirected through this line.
Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage: 68 565 723 484
WAPC: 35 482 341 493
Aboriginal Affairs Planning Authority: 82 047 653 811
Heritage Council of WA: 16 868 556 261
The Department’s Investigation Unit is responsible for investigating allegations of breaches of legislation that is administered by the Department. The Department administers a wide variety of Acts.
Offences the unit investigate include:
- damage to or alteration of Aboriginal sites
- building infrastructure without a permit on Crown land
- commercial wood and tree cutting without a permit on Crown land
- individuals felling trees and harvesting fallen trees or logs without a permit.
Penalties under the Acts vary and can include significant fines or imprisonment. It is important that we all do our bit to protect the valuable land and heritage in our State and ensuring compliance with legislation plays a key role in this.
Reporting a possible offence
You are encouraged to do your bit to help us investigate offences. If you believe you have witnessed an offence, you can report it to the Investigation Unit on 6551 8100 or 6551 7901, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
When reporting an offence, please include as much of the following information as possible:
- date of the incident
- description of the incident
- location of the incident - address, GPS coordinates or other identifying information
- vehicle description, description of persons involved, and photographs or video
- your contact details - so that the Investigation Unit can contact you for more information.