Supreme Court of Victoria
The Supreme Court of Victoria is the superior Court in the State. The Court is divided into two divisions - the Court of Appeal and the Trial Division.
This site contains valuable information about the Supreme Court, its history and current practice. The information is for research and public information purposes. Documents such as decisions, practice notes, and Court Lists are not official versions and should not be relied upon as such..
Address: 210 William Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia.
Telephone: +61 3 9603 6111
The Supreme Court will be open to the public from 10am-3pm on Saturday 17 May, with a free program of tours, talks and public information stalls. Take a heritage and history tour, chat to judges and staff, and visit beautifully restored courtrooms and the library. Sessions include ‘A judge’s guide to a Supreme Court trial’ and ‘Report for jury service.'
The Principal Registry and Commercial Court Registries will close on Easter Friday 18 April and open again on Wednesday 23 April 2014. Both these registries will be closed on Tuesday 22 April 2014. The Court of Appeal Registry will close on Easter Friday 18 April and open again on Tuesday 22 April 2014.
These guidelines and application form provide a basis for the Court to determine when, and on what terms, it is appropriate for Supreme Court facilities to be used by external organisations.