Western Australia’s Supreme Court is now housed across two buildings in central Perth with some criminal matters also held in the District Court building, at the corner of Hay and Irwin Street.
Since early 2016, all Supreme Court civil matters are heard at the David Malcolm Justice Centre at 28 Barrack Street.
That building also houses the Supreme Court’s Registry.
The Court of Appeal Registry remains on the ground floor of the Stirling Gardens building.
The former Legal Practice Board Library - previously located in the Stirling Gardens building - has been amalgamated with the DotAG Law Library. It is a subset of the State Solicitors’ library and does not yet include any of the books from the Stirling Gardens library, although it is proposed to integrate the two libraries in the future.
The existing library is not available to the general public and is for the use of the court, legal practitioners and the SSO only.
The switchboard number for all matters – including the registries – is:
(08) 9421 5333 (8am to 5pm)
The Supreme Court buildings are open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays but are closed at weekends and on public holidays.
The Supreme Court Registry is on Level 11 of the David Malcolm Justice Centre and is open from 9am to 4pm.
The Appeal Court Registry is in the Stirling Gardens building and is open from 9am to 4pm.
Facsimile: (08) 9421 5353
Sheriff: (08) 9425 2481
For urgent applications to a judge outside business hours please call the automated line (08) 9421 5333 and your call will be transferred.
Supreme Court of WA
Level 11, David Malcolm Justice Centre
28 Barrack Street
PERTH WA 6000
Last updated: 20-Sep-2016
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