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​Courts and Tribunals

New website coming soon - fresh new look and feel, improved search and easy navigation.  URL www.courts.nsw.gov.auThe Department of Justice provides administrative and corporate support to NSW courts and tribunals.

Our courts are among the most efficient in Australia in terms of timeliness, disposal of matters and cost. Many court sites use innovative technology such as videoconferencing so that witnesses can give evidence from remote locations, without having to attend court.

In this section you can locate or learn about the nine courts and four tribunals in NSW, including the process if you need to go to one and your options to resolve disputes out of court.



Court lists and sittings

Use the court lists to find the time and place of your court appearance or to find out what is happening in the courtrooms on a particular date.

Search online court lists and sittings

Daily lists for all NSW courts and tribunals

Online services

Find out how to use our online services, including filing forms, viewing documents and tracking case progress.

Supreme, District and Local courts online services

NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) online services

NSW Land and Environment Court online services (e-Court)

Tomorrow's jury attendance lists

Video: how to view case information and file civil court forms online

Forms and fees

Find the forms used in NSW courts and tribunals, and the fees for court services.

Court and tribunal forms

Court and tribunal fees

Judgments and findings

Find the judgment or decision of a particular court or tribunal and learn about sentencing in NSW.

Judgments and decisions

Coroner's Court findings

NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal

Sentencing in NSW

Representing yourself

Find information to help you understand legal and court procedures before representing yourself in court.

What you should know

Legal dictionary

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