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Online services Register your newborn Order a certificate Register a death. In Australia, each state administers its own birth, death, and marriage certificates and manages the ordering process. The level of detail contained in these certificates varies widely.

Once you have located the relevant death transcript within our record set, you can order the death certificate itself from the Western Australian Registry of Births, Deaths, and Marriages.

For deaths that occurred 30 years ago or more, there are no restrictions or identification requirements for obtaining a death certificate. For more recent death certificates, there are eligibility and identification requirements. For family access, you must satisfy one for the following conditions:.

Three forms of identification are required when you apply for a certificate. Applications can either be mailed or requested in person. There is a fee associated with this application. Cookies on Findmypast: We use our own and third-party cookies to improve your experience, for advertising purposes, and to understand how people use our website.