If you have landed here looking to contact the Albany Magistrates Court you can find those details by clicking here.
The Albany Courthouse is an operating Magistrates Court for civil and criminal matters in Albany, Western Australia, see location map below. The Court also has a District Court Registry for civil actions.
Courthouses in Young, New South Wales
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Please note: if you have landed here looking for the Young Local Court contact and location details please go to the NSW Government Local Courts – Young, here.
Young, a town on the south-west slopes of New South Wales was settled in 1826. See location map below. Known initially as Lambing Flat, the discovery of gold in the 1860s soon attracted large numbers of miners and prospectors to the area. However tensions among them led to riots and unrest. Eventually Lambing Flat became known as Young.
The former Bungendore Courthouse building in Gibralter Street, Bungendore, is no longer in use as a courthouse. Constructed of sandstone it is surrounded by gardens and now used as a Police Station. Bungendore is a small town not far from Canberra in an easterly direction and part of the Queanbeyan area of New South Wales. See location map below.
Please note: if you have landed here looking to contact the Court please click the NSW Department of Justice – Orange Court House contact information here.
Please note: if you have landed here looking to contact the Port Adelaide Magistrates Court, please see their contact details here.
The Strathalbyn Courthouse, 1 Rankine Street, Strathalbyn SA
Please note that the Armidale Court House is an operating court. If you have landed here looking to contact the Court please find contact details on the NSW Government Local Court site here and on the Service NSW site here.
Armidale Courthouse 1859, Armidale, New South Wales
The Armidale Courthouse and Sherriffs Office at 143-145 Beardy Street, Armidale, in the Northern Tablelands was an operating Local Court of New South Wales until 2014. See a location map below. More
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The former Beechworth Courthouse was built in 1852 and ceased operating as a courthouse in 1989. It is now open to the public on a daily basis. Local history records that Ned Kelly, his mother and other bushrangers appeared in the courtroom of the Beechworth Courthouse. More
Yackandandah Courthouse 1864, 4A Williams St, Yackandandah, Victoria.
Please note: if you have landed here looking for contact information of the Cairns Magistrates, Districts and Supreme Courts please click here.
The former Cairns Courthouse 1922 – 1992
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Please note: if you have landed here looking to contact the Court click here to go to the Murrurundi Local Court contact information.
Murrurundi Courthouse, Murrurundi, New South Wales
Murrurundi is a rural town on the banks of the Pages River, located in the upper Hunter Valley region of New South Wales. The town is surrounded by the Liverpool Ranges, in which various bushrangers roamed in the 1840s. Ben Hall, one of the most well known bushrangers, spent some of his early years in the Murrurundi district. More
Manly Courthouse is an operating local court. If you are looking to contact the Court, the Manly Courthouse contact information may be found by clicking here.
Manly Courthouse 1909 – “Manly can now boast a courthouse”
A courthouse at Manly was first constructed soon after Federation and opened in 1909. Present at the ‘formal opening’1 were the Solicitor-General, Magistrates, Mayor and Aldermen. It was reported that:
“Manly can now boast a courthouse, the building having been formally opened yesterday morning. It is situated on the Sydney-road, just at the foot of the hill, and is built on the site of portion of the famous old Ivanhoe Hotel.”1
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Please note: if you have landed here looking to contact the Court please see the Glen Innes Court House contact details here.
Glen Innes Courthouse 1873, Grey Street, Glen Innes NSW
The Glen Innes Courthouse is still operational as a local court in New South Wales.
The present building bears the date 1873. As with many other early colonial buildings it was designed by the architect James Barnet and constructed using local basalt stone and granite.
The Water Police Court in Phillip Street Sydney ceased operating as a court in 1979. See location map below. The former courthouse is now the Justice and Police Museum. The sandstone building was designed by Edmund Blacket, and subsequently Alexander Dawson and James Barnett. It was completed in 1855.