Court lists

Court lists show the matters listed for a directions hearing, final hearing, conciliation or mediation, with the date, time and courtroom or on-site location.

Search for a listing using the NSW Court List Search

The NSW Online Registry has a Search Court NSW Lists tab that allows you to search for a particular case by nam​e, 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 three weeks in advance, and for historical listings that have occurred in the last seven days. 

There is also a Court List Search app available on the iTunes and Google Play store, which is free and data is refreshed every 60 seconds. 

The mobile app also saves you time by automatically saving recent searches (so you can check the same case again without re-entering your search criteria), and links through to interactive maps detailing the court's location.

Check this website for the daily court list

A daily Court list, which sorts the list by case management lists, is published daily in the afternoon, not before 3:30 pm, on this website​ and also posted on a notice board in the foyer of the court's building at 225 Macquarie Street, Sydney. 

Please note: variations to the court lists sometimes occur following publication. If you wish to confirm the listings arrangements please contact the Listing Manager on (02) 9113 8217.

Other information

The daily court lists for matters to be heard by the registrar show:

  • information advising the available hearing dates for commissioners
  • the duty judge for that day.
Last updated:

08 Aug 2020

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