Frequently Asked Questions

  
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​The Shire requires written notification of any change of address so registration records can be kept up to date, either by email shire@mundaring.wa.gov.au or Post to 7000 Great Eastern Highway MUNDARING  WA  6073

  

​The Shire requires written notification of any change of pet ownership so registration records can be kept up to date by email to shire@mundaring.wa.gov.au or Post 7000 Great Eastern Highway, MUNDARING  WA  6073.  Please ensure you change your microchip details through Australasian Animal Register at www.aar.org.au or email for further details at help@aar.org.au

 

  

​Yes, animal registrations can be transferred between local governments anywhere within Western Australia.  You can transfer your animal's registration to the Shire of Mundaring by completing an animal registration form. You will also need to include the animal's previous registration tag number or prior residential address and the local government you are moving from. Once the form is completed and returned, the animal's registration details will be confirmed with the previous local government, and a new registration tag will be issued.

  

​The Shire requires written notification of deceased animals so registration records an be kept up to date, you can email us your pet details to shire@mundaring.wa.gov.au or Post to 7000 Great Eastern Highway MUNDARING  WA  6073.  Unfortunately the Dog Act 1976 and Cat Act 2011 do not allow for refunds of any remaining registration period.

  

Dogs need to be registered at 3 moths of age and cats need to be registered at 6 months of age.

  

You can register your pet either by in person at 7000 Great Eastern Highway MUNDARING or by email by downloading the registration form and returning it to shire@Mundaring.wa.gov.au.  Micro chip details and sterilisation certificate need to be provided at time of registration.



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