MyHospitals has comprehensive advice on health care services in Perth and surrounding regions.
Check out the Healthshare website to find a GP in your suburb.
The National Health Services Directory links you to key information and contact details of a large range of health services including GPs, pharmacy, occupational therapy, emergency department and more.
Women’s Health Centres
There are over 20 women’s health clinics that offers a range of primary health services with special interest on women’s health.
Royal Flying Doctor Service
The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) has a number of medical services available to regional WA, including aeromedical retrievals, GP and nurse clinics, an oral health program, and inter-hospital transfers. Visit the RFDS website for more information.
ADF Family Health
The National ADF Family Health Program recognises the service and sacrifices of our Australian Defence Force (ADF) members and their families, and the difficulties many ADF families experience accessing affordable healthcare upon relocation. Visit the ADF Family Health website to learn more.
The Perth and coastal regions of Western Australia experience significant seasonal changes, and the cyclone season generally runs from November to May. All the information on how to prepare your family and home and where to receive updates can be found here:
- WA Emergency Services
- Main Roads Western Australia
- Bureau of Meteorology
- TIO Weather Alerts: TIO Weather Alerts is a free service tailored to your postcode, notifying you when severe weather is heading your way so you can be prepared.
The WA Department of Transport website has helpful information about changing over your registration and license.
Search via the Australia Post website to find locations, opening hours and available services.