The Government of Western Australia

Information

+-Purchase printed legislation and Government Gazettes

About purchasing printed Western Australian legislation

This website enables you to shop online to purchase printed copies of Western Australian legislation from LitSupport (TIMG) Pty Ltd.

To streamline orders for printed legislation, you can link directly from this website to the dedicated LitSupport online ordering system for Western Australian legislation.

Shopping cart icons on this website

Most of the legislation and reprints available on this website have an associated shopping cart icon.

By clicking on a cart icon you’ll be redirected to the LitSupport website where you can place an order. The system recognises which legislation you want to order and automatically adds it to your shopping cart so the ordering process is very straightforward.

Documents without cart icons

If you would like to purchase a printed copy of legislation that doesn’t have a shopping cart or you’d like a commercially printed copy of another document on this website, you will need to email LitSupport at legislation@litsupport.com.au with a specific request. In your email please mention the website page where the document appears.

LitSupport will contact you to discuss your request and make arrangements—if necessary, they will also contact us directly.

Subscriptions to legislation

LitSupport also offers a range of subscription services for printed copies of Western Australian legislation. Please contact LitSupport directly at https://legislation.litsupport.com.au or email legislation@litsupport.com.au to enquire about subscriptions.

+-Legislation Bill 2021 introduced into Parliament

The Legislation Bill 2021 was introduced into Parliament on the 29th April 2021.

The purpose of this bill is to provide for public access to Western Australian legislation; and to provide for the official status of published versions of Western Australian legislation; and to provide for Western Australian legislation to be kept in an up-to-date form and consistent with current drafting practice; and repeal the Reprints Act 1984.

See also WA Reprint Powers Discussion Paper.

+-New numbering and referencing regime for certain instruments published in Gazette

A new numbering regime for various instruments (principally subsidiary legislation and some related instruments) published in the Gazette was introduced on 1 January 2020. This affects how these instruments are referenced in legislation.

For further details, please see the new numbering regime.

+-State Law Publisher Services

PCO assumed responsibility for the hosting of this website from the State Law Publisher in 2018.

The following services are now provided by the Department of the Premier and Cabinet: