Mark Roberts    0408 789 715           Patricia Charlton    0414 959 183

Perth Registry Office


The Perth Registry Office is not affiliated to the Perth Marriage Office which is operated by private authorised marriage celebrants.

The Perth Marriage Office should not be confused with the Perth Registry Office.

The Perth Marriage Office is not a government department and is not staffed by government employees.   Weddings performed by the Perth Marriage Office are performed by Commonwealth-Registered Marriage Celebrants or Commowealth-Registered Religious Marriage Celebrants.

The Perth Registry Office is operated by the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages and is part of the Western Australian Government Department of Justice.

The Perth Registry Office offers two wedding rooms and performs civil ceremonies between Monday to Friday (9:00am to 4:00pm) excluding public holidays and is located in St Georges Terrace Perth Western Austrailia.

Weddings performed by MyCelebrant are performed by Commonwealth-Registered Marriage Celebrants.   

MyCelebrant can perform cost effective a civil ceremonies at a time and location that is convenient to you.

            Grevillea Room Perth Registry Office


Banksia Room Perth Registry Office

Mark and Patricia are Non-Religious Marriage Celebrants


We have been registered as Commonwealth Registered Marriage Celebrants since September 2005.

We are delighted and proud to be able to peform wedding ceremonies for all couples, and tailor these ceremonies to the couples own personal beliefs.   Our ceremonies are fun, modern, and relaxed.

We do not have any religious context, but should a couple wish to have some religious context or a prayer within their ceremony, then we are happy to introduce this into the ceremony.Marriage Equality

Difference between Non-Religious and Religious Marriage Celebrant


Wedding resource sites (like and Married.Today) will often have an option to select your Celebrant Type/Prefrence:

  • I Dont Mind
  • Non-Religious Celebrant
  • Religious Celebrant

Couples often think this relates to the type of ceremony and that a Religious Celebrant will only perform ceremonies with religious wording according to their faith.

With the introduction of changes to the Marriage Act which allowed same sex couples to marry, there are now 4 types of Authorised Marriage Celebrants:

  • Commonwealth-registered marriage celebrants
  • Commonwealth-registered religious marriage celebrants
  • Ministers of Religion (Registered with BDM)
  • State and Territory Officers

The term Religious Celebrant (or Commonwealth-registered religious marriage celebrant) simply means these celebrants do not have to perform ceremonies that do not align with their own personal religious beliefs, and they must clearly say that they are a religious marriage celebrant in their advertising.      For example, a Religious Marriage Celebrant does not have to perform a same-sex marriage ceremony if this is in conflict with their own religious beliefs.

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