Use the court lists to find the time and place of a court appearance, or to find out what is happening in the courtrooms on a particular date. View and confirm listing information about specific cases currently before the court.
You can check the information contained in the court lists in different ways.
The interactive court list, at the NSW Online Registry, allows you to search for a particular case by name, case number, location, date, jurisdiction, title of presiding officer and type of listing (for example, directions, hearing, judgment and so on). You can search for cases listed up to two weeks in advance, and for previous listings that have occurred in the last seven days. The online court list is updated several times a day.
The daily court list is updated at 3.30 pm each day and displays matters listed on the next business day. While this alternate version of the list does not offer the same comprehensive search functionality that the interactive court list offers, it does include additional information for practitioners.
Go to Court locations and contact details.
To search for Chief Industrial Magistrate's Court cases use the interactive court list. The Chief Industrial Magistrate's Court matters are incorporated into the Downing Centre Local Court list. Type Downing Centre as the location for your search.
Go to Listing and sitting arrangements to find out when the court sits at a particular location.