Queensland courthouses are established in 64 locations with additional sites used to hear matters as required. There are 130 gazetted locations for holding courts in Queensland.
Court is held in locations ranging from Thursday Island in the north, Goondiwindi in the south, Mount Isa in the west and Coolangatta in the east.
Judges and magistrates travel to remote and regional areas to ensure all Queenslanders have access to justice. Advances in technology also allow many witnesses and defendants in these regions to give evidence via remote witness facilities.