Types of cases the Children’s Court deals with. Also, information about the court's structure, history, service standards and strategic innovations. Plus careers at the court.
Learn about Children's Court of NSW court sitting arrangements, catchment areas and special arrangements in regional areas.
Information about safety and security at court; services to support victims, witnesses and defendants; access for people with a disability; interpreters and translators; technology at court and other support services.
Cases involving the safety and wellbeing of children and young people
Cases the court hears involving children and young people that are under 18 years at the time of the alleged offence
Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs) are made to protect people who fear for their safety from someone else
The court can make orders when a child or young person does not attend school as required by law
Court locations; public transport and parking options; contact details and court sitting arrangements
How to find the time and place of your appearance; who and what to bring; what to do when you arrive
How to get a lawyer; find other legal help for all types of cases in the Children's Court
Support services for defendants, witnesses and victims of crime; security and safety; interpreters
Where to find judgments and relevant legislation
Useful resources including Practice Notes and guidelines issued by the Children's Court
An online bulletin of important cases and papers relevant to the Children’s Court jurisdiction
Brochures, videos, speeches and other publications