A report on a Perth apartment found cannabis, ecstasy and LSD, among other drugs, in one of the bedrooms.
The report from the Australian Drug and Alcohol Research Council (ADARC) said the apartment had been registered with the council in June 2017, three months before it was raided by police.
The council is investigating whether the drugs were used as part of the illicit cannabis growing operation.
The “drug-growing” operation had grown into an underground drug market with the help of local people.
A report by the council into the operation was tabled in the Perth City Council’s Housing Committee on Thursday.
The investigation is part of a broader review of Perth’s drug laws.
It comes as WA’s Chief Health Officer, Professor Ian Anderson, says WA’s “drug war” is over and cannabis use has dropped dramatically.
He said WA’s drug problem was “completely eradicated”.
“There’s no longer a drug problem in WA,” Professor Anderson said.
“Drugs are now banned and we’ve eliminated it in Western Australia.”
The cannabis and ecstasy found in the apartment belonged to a local man.