Western Australia Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages is the Western Australia Government site for those seeking Western Australia vital records (BMD records).

 

 

 

 

Birth Marriage and Death records #OnGenealogy

You can search the online registry for

  • Births (1841-1932)

  • Deaths (1841-1971)

  • Marriages (1841-1936)

 

Instructions for how to request a birth, death or marriage certificate as well as fees and forms are explained on the WA Registry Indexes site.

 

 

Online Metropolitan and Regional Courts in Western Australia will provide a same-day service for certificates. All courts and contact information here.

 

 

“Compulsory registration of births, deaths and marriages started in Western Australia in September 1841. Previously the churches assumed responsibility for recording details of baptisms, burials and marriages. The J S Battye Library in Perth, which is part of the State Library of Western Australia, has certain church records prior to 1841.”

 

“The registry has more than 3.1m records relating to people who were born, married or died in Western Australia. A similar registration system operates in other Australian states and territories, and records relating to your ancestors who may have lived interstate can be traced by inquiring at that state’s registry.”

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