Supreme Court of New South Wales

Visiting the Court

Visit the Supreme Court to learn about its functions, people and history.

Resources

The Supreme Court sits every working day of the year and, with few exceptions, its sittings are open to the public. This section of the website includes some tips and resources to help you to prepare for your upcoming visit, whether you are coming out of general interest, as part of your legal studies or university course, or for professional development.

Historic King Street and Darlinghurst and contemporary Queens Square
Check what is listed at the Court on the day you are considering visiting
(To be updated)
A free app provides insights into the Court's history and its role in the State's legal system
One of the oldest courts in the common law world
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