SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES LEGAL HISTORY TOUR

ABOUT THE TOUR

The Supreme Court of New South Wales is a living institution, and a vital organ in our functioning democracy. It also has a rich history which itself provides a unique lens into the history of the colony and, subsequently, the State, of New South Wales.
We invite you to discover 200 years of the Supreme Court starting at the contemporary Banco Court and ending in the heritage King Street Courts. Learn about famous criminal trials, colonial law, and historic traditions rooted in the Supreme Court.

THE DETAILS

TIMING: 8:45 AM – 10:30 AM

DURATION: approx. 1.45 hours

COST: free of charge for eligible schools

GROUP SIZE: 15 – 35 Students

MEETING POINT: Level 13, Law Courts Building, 184 Philip Street, Sydney 2000

Note: all entering the Law Courts Building will have to pass through airport like security scanners and no glass bottles or food can enter the Court. After Security use the Supreme Court elevators to reach Level 13.

1977 procession law courts building

Supreme Court of NSW
Supreme Court 5a. St. James Church, Hyde Park
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