Carolyn Smith WA Branch SecretaryUnited Voice WA has more than 23,000 members from a diverse range of workplaces.

More than 90 awards and 350 enterprise agreements cover United Voice's members in WA in industries such as hospitals, aged care, schools, childcare centres, disability services, laundries, home care, universities, cleaning, security, hotels, catering, the casino, baking and food.

The main office in WA is in Perth, with a second office in Bunbury.

Carolyn Smith, WA Secretary

Our Current Campaigns

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Putting Our Kids First is a joint campaign between United Voice, SSTU, CPSU/CSA and Unions WA, opposing the Barnett Government's proposed cuts to the education budget in local public schools.

Follow the campaign via our Website or Facebook page

Fair Deal for the Front Line

United Voice Members in Government Education and Government Health are joining forces as part of the Enterprise Bargaining Agreement campaign, A Fair Deal for the Frontline.

A Fair Deal for the Front Line calls upon the State Government for Fair Wages, Secure Jobs and No privatisation of essential services.

Support workers at Government Hospitals are standing together, wearing their 'Fair Deal for the FrontLine' T-shirts while at work. This action has no impact on patient care, but sends a clear message to the Barnett Government: That they should bargain in good faith, and come up with a Fair Deal for Frontline staff. 

Big Steps campaign

Big Steps is a campaign by members of United Voice to improve the pay and conditions for early childhood educators. We have a Big Steps Announcement website set up now! You can find FAQs and a sign up form to stay up dated on the latest developments in the campaign. 

Follow the campaign here.

Information on Union Fees



Street Address:

54 Cheriton Street
Perth WA 6000


Postal Address:

PO Box 414
Subiaco WA 6904


Toll Free: 
1800 199 890 
(WA only)

Perth Office: 
08 9388 5400
08 9382 3986

Bunbury Office: 
08 9791 1422



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