Here you will find services relating to Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) in Western Australia.
General licensing enquiry: 13 11 56
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DoT is responsible for marine safety, marine environment protection and coastal facilities.
Integrated state-wide transport planning and major transport infrastructure projects.
DoT is responsible for regulating the taxi, tour and charter industry.
Phone: 1300 660 147
Fax: (08) 9218 3661
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Bringing together the Department's cycling and walking activities and behaviour change programs
The DoT is responsible for rail functions including safety, coordination and planning, this section also provides information about the movement and management of heavy vehicles in WA.
Rail safety contacts
DoT is the key coordinating and advisory body on state aviation related matters.
Aircraft licensing: email
The Department of Transport is seeking to improve the way moorings are managed in WA. We would like your input as we work towards developing a system that is fairer and more equitable for all boat users.
Skippers should always keep a good lookout.
If you have received a renewal account notice, you can pay by credit card using Pay Online, part of DoTDirect, your services access point. Your renewal account number is located on the boat renewal notice.
Personal locator beacons or PLBs can now be used for paddle craft.
The new $36.4 million Augusta Boat Harbour officially opens catering for the region's recreational craft and the commercial fleet.
Find out about boating and marine facilities in Western Australia:
Find out about recreational boating in WA, including safety and regulations, voyage planning, vessel registration, maintenance, and the Recreational Skipper's Ticket.
Find out everything you need to know about the safe and correct construction, modification and operation of commercial vessels.
Find out about boating and marine facilities, including moorings, marinas, and boat launching ramps. Information about jetty licences, commercial leasing opportunities.
Find out about safety and navigation in WA waters, including equipment, navigational aids, GPS, coastal data, nautical charts, weather, emergencies, lights and notices to mariners.
Find out about the marine safety education programs that the Department's Marine Boat Shed runs for schools and other educational institutions.
Find out about major threats to the marine environment, such as oil spills, sewage, other types of pollution, disturbances, wake wash and coastal erosion.
This section contains all the forms and publications for Marine Safety and Coastal Infrastructure, including the popular Boating Guides.
Find out about marine-related news, access the aquatic calendar, Boating Communities Newsletter and details on holding aquatic events.
Find out about the marine, boating and coastal services of the Department of Transport, including how to contact us.
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