Pharmacy Registration Board of Western Australia
Registration Renewal: 1 July 2019 - 30 June 2020

In accordance with Section 45 of the Pharmacy Act 2010, the registration fee for year 2019/2020 must be paid by 30 June 2019. The declaration must also be returned for the renewal to be complete.

If you do not pay the fee before 30 June 2019 there is no provision for a 'grace' period or the ability to 'restore' your premises registration. The premises will automatically cease to be registered and will be removed from the register.

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The Pharmacy Registration Board of Western Australia is established under the Pharmacy Act 2010 (the Act) and is the successor in law to the Pharmaceutical Council of Western Australia. It is responsible for administration of the Act which provides for the regulation of pharmacy businesses.

The Act requires the owners of pharmacy businesses to be registered.

NB. The registration of pharmacists and the handling of complaints about the conduct, health of a pharmacist is the responsibility of the Pharmacy Board of Australia which has its services administered by the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.

The Board

The Board consists of four members appointed by the Minister for Health. Three members are registered pharmacists and one is a community member.

Proposed Meeting Dates

From 1 January 2019, the Board will meet on the third Wednesday of each month.

For the Board to consider an application at a particular meeting, the completed application must be received no later than 20 business days prior to the meeting. The last date allowable is shown in square parenthesis next to the date of the meeting. 


All applications to be considered by the Board MUST be lodged electronically. 

Jun 2019: 20th [22 May 2019] (Meeting date changed from 19 Jun)
Jul 2019: 17th [19 Jun 2019]
Aug 2019: 21st [24 Jul 2019]
Sep 2019: 18th [21 Aug 2019]
Oct 2019: 16th [17 Sep 2019]
Nov 2019: 20th [23 Oct 2019]


Our Function

The functions of the Board are as follows: —

  1. to advise the Minister on matters to which the Act applies;
  2. to administer the scheme of registration;
  3. to monitor, and enforce, compliance with the Act;
  4. to perform other functions that are conferred on the Board under the Act or any other Act.