All Queensland Courts impacted by Ex-Tropical Cyclone Marcia have now reopened.
Do you need to contact a courthouse?
Follow this link to access address and contact information for individual courthouses throughout Queensland.
Prosecutors or legal representatives for the defendant can apply for an online adjournment in a matter listed for mention or review on one of the following Brisbane Magistrates Court lists:
- Committal callover—held in Court 18 every Monday
- Summary Trial callover—held in Court 18 every Wednesday.
Online search and copy court documents
Legal practitioners and members of the public can now apply online to access files in criminal matters and also in civil court cases in the Brisbane Supreme and District courts.
The number of courthouses where you can access secure, fast Wi-Fi is growing by the day. Practitioners can now request a Username and Password from an online Courts Wi-Fi Self Service Portal. Self represented litigants can also request access to this service from the Registry counter at Wi-Fi equipped courts.
The Sir Harry Gibbs Legal Heritage Centre is a museum exhibition space open to the public.
Visitors are welcome week days between 9:00am and 5:00pm. The centre is located on the ground floor of the Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, 415 George Street, Brisbane.
Electronic Lodgement or eLodgement is an online service which allows court users to lodge Magistrates Court civil claims, statements of claim, requests for default judgment and affidavit forms online.
The service is available in all Magistrates Courts throughout the state.
The operations of a number of Queensland Courts have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Marcia. Details about whether any courts will remain closed on Monday will be published on this page on Sunday 22 February.
Daily law lists
Court listings for the day. The law lists are updated daily, no later than 6pm the preceding day.
Schedule of the appearances and hearings scheduled for a court.
Full text of judgments from the Queensland Courts.
Search civil files
Access court documents online.
The Magistrates Court Service has been advised that numerous courthouses around the state have been contacted by members of the public who have received an emailed “Notice of Appearance” that requests their appearance at a nominated date and time at the courthouse, and further requests they bring with them the documents attached to the email. Read more>>