The Supreme Court of NSW sits in several locations, as illustrated below.
This location accommodates the Court's registries and is where the Court hears all civil cases and appeals. The location is also referred to as the "Law Courts Building" and "Queens Square".
The Supreme Court's registry is located on level 5 of this building. 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.
You can enter the building from Phillip Street, or Macquarie Street.
These premises house two courtrooms located on Level 1 of that building.
Pedestrian access via Macquarie Street (next to the Sydney Mint Museum). If parked on Hospital Road or at the Domain, enter via Hospital Road driveway. Please note that exit after 5.00 pm is via Macquarie Street.
Use the entrance on King Street to access Courts 1-3 and the mediation rooms on Level 1; for Court 5 enter via Elizabeth Street.
Enter via St James Road. Please note that currently there is no dedicated disability access to this courtroom.
Enter via Oxford Street.
Please note that access facilities for persons with mobility issues are extremely limited at this historical complex. Persons requiring assistance are encouraged to contact the Court prior to attending this location.
A bus route to the city, Town Hall, Circular Quay or Wynyard will provide convenient access to all of these locations. Martin Place and St James train stations provide the closest rail access.
There are parking stations available in Elizabeth and Macquarie Streets and on St Mary's Road.
Designated parking for people with disabilities is located:
Other parking station/areas for disabled parking near to Queens Square are:
Bus routes to Bondi Junction or the Eastern suburbs from the city provide convenient access to the Darlinghurst Courthouse. Museum train station provides the closest rail access to the courthouse.The nearest parking area is St Vincent's Hospital.