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Registry opening hours

Filing and document viewing services are available in the Registry between 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). 

The Duty Registrar is available to see clients from:

      • ​​​​9.30am - 12.30pm; and
      • 2.30pm - 4.30pm (you must arrive at the Registry by no later than 4:30 pm).
​​NOTE: Court Vacation 2016-17 - Registry operating times​


See Court locations for further information about Sydney metropolitan sitting locations.

Registry telephone and email contacts​ 

Registry contacts Telephone        Email​​
​Accessibility​1300 679 272sc.enquiries@justice.nsw.gov.au 
Adoptions 1300 679 272 sc.adoptions@justice.nsw.gov.au
After Hours (Urgent only) (02) 9230 8025 NOTE: Urgent after hours faxes can be sent directly to the Judicial Officer chambers fax line.
Bails (02) 9230 8680

sc.bails@justice.nsw.gov.au  

Costs Assessment 1300 679 272 costsassessment@justice.nsw.gov.au
Court of Appeal

1300 679 272

courtofappeal@justice.nsw.gov.au

Court of Criminal Appeal (02) 9230 8717

cca@justice.nsw.gov.au

  

Courtroom technology (including video and phone conferences) (02) 9230 8801 sc.supportservices@justice.nsw.gov.au
Criminal (02) 9230 8079

sc.criminal@justice.nsw.gov.au

Executive Office and Group Visits (02) 9230 8729 sc.enquiries@justice.nsw.gov.au
Feedback N/A sc.feedback@justice.nsw.gov.au
File access requests  1300 679 272

sc.fileaccess@justice.nsw.gov.au 

Finance 1300 679 272

sc.finance@justice.nsw.gov.au 

 

NOTE:  This address is for the submission of enquiries only regarding invoices, refunds or monies held in the Court's trust account. Credit card payment details should not be emailed to this address.  

Listings (Civil) 1300 679 272 sc.listings@justice.nsw.gov.au 

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO DETERMINE IF YOU USE THIS EMAIL ADDRESS FOR YOUR PARTICULAR REQUEST​​

Media Inquiries 9230 8190 media@courts.nsw.gov.au
Probate 1300 679 272

sc.probate@justice.nsw.gov.au

Subpoena access & uplift requests 1300 679 272

sc.subpoena@justice.nsw.gov.au

Subpoena adjournments 1300 679 272

sc.subpoena@justice.nsw.gov.au

 

NOTE:  Use this email only when you have missed a return of subpoena date, not to request the issue of a subpoena. Your email needs to include the case number, party names and preferred adjournment listing date. If you are a self-represented litigant, your email should also include the date upon which the Registrar granted you leave to issue the subpoena for which a replacement listing date is required.

General enquiries 1300 679 272

sc.enquiries@justice.nsw.gov.au 

If you need to email a specific judicial officer or registrar about an upcoming hearing, please visit the Judicial Officer and Registrar contact details pages.


Registry facsimile number

(02) 9230 8628

PLEASE NOTE: The Court does not accept the filing of documents by facsimile.

​​Street address

Law Courts Building, 184 Phillip Street, Sydney

The Supreme Court's registry is located on level 5.  The subpoena drop off and courier delivery area, and the file inspection and document viewing room are located on level 4.  Courtrooms are located through levels 7 to level 13. 

Postal address​

Supreme Court of NSW, GPO Box 3, Sydney NSW 2001, Australia​

*Document exchange (DX)

DX 829, Sydney

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Listings (Civil) email address​
(sc.listings@justice.nsw.gov.au)

Use this email only for the following:

      1. Mediation listing requests (where Order for mediation made) / determine available mediation dates.
      2. Examination available dates / listing requests.
      3. Applications for matters to be restored where liberty to apply has been granted (in the most recent order made). Note if the purpose of the relisting is in respect of non-compliance of orders made then an affidavit setting out the details of the default and steps taken to remedy the breach, what proposed orders are being sought is to accompany the listing request.
      4. For matters in the Admiralty, Commercial, Commercial Arbitration, Corporations, Defamation, Family Provision, Real Property, Revenue or Technology and Constructions Lists - any request to restore or relist matter is to be directed to the Chambers (via Associate) of the List Judge. Additionally, where a Judge has specifically indicated that such approach should be made directly to that Judge via their Associate, then an email to civil listings is incorrect and again should be directed to that Judge via Chambers.
      5. Common Law - available hearing dates where leave has been given to approach and list the matter for a hearing. The listing will only be confirmed once all parties have given their consent that the date is suitable.

 

Note: I​n all communications with listings, all active parties in the proceedings are to be copied into the email / correspondence.

Any requests to change a return date of an initiating (originating) or interlocutory process filed recently or any enquiry seeking to know what the first / next  listing date will be when an initiating (originating) or interlocutory process is filed are to be directed to sc.enquiries@justice.nsw.gov.au​.



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