Find out about driving on your overseas or interstate licence in Western Australia (WA). Different rules apply to visitors and permanent residents from overseas or interstate. Here you can also find out about using your WA licence when travelling.
You can drive in any part of Australia on your Western Australian driver licence. If you plan on driving overseas you will need an international driver permit and your domestic licence. Go to Driving overseas or interstate
Find out about driving legally in Western Australia (WA) on an interstate driver's licence, and when you are required to apply for a WA driver's licence. Go to Visiting from interstate
If you intend to live in Western Australia (WA) you must apply for a WA driver's licence within three months of residing in the State. Find out how to apply for a WA driver's licence. Go to Apply for a WA driver's licence (interstate licence holders)
Find out about driving in Western Australia on your overseas driver's licence. Information on who is classed as a 'visitor' is also provided here. Go to Visiting from overseas
If you are just visiting Western Australia (WA) you can drive on your current overseas licence. However, if your licence expires whilst you are here, or if you plan to live in WA, you will need to apply for a WA driver's licence. Go to Apply for a WA driver's licence (overseas licence holders)