Albury Local Court House

Contact Information

Email: [email protected]

Street Address: 515 Olive Street Albury NSW 2640

Postal Address: PO Box 64 Albury NSW 2640

Phone: 1300 679 272

Days open: Mon - Fri

The city of Albury

Albury is a major regional city in New South Wales, sitting on the Victoria-New South Wales border. It is located on the Hume Highway and the northern side of the Murray River.

Albury has a regional airport which also serves the adjacent twin city of Wodonga.

Albury Court House / Albury Local Court

Albury Local Court, also known as Albury Court House, has been associated with the provision of law and justice in the town and broader region since 1860 and was the third Court House built in the town.

The Court is a 10-minute walk from Albury Railway Station and is located 4km from the airport.

Albury District Court and Albury Local Court are combined in the same Court House and have the same contact details.

What cases are heard in Albury Court House?

Local Courts hear a variety of criminal matters and drink driving and traffic matters. The following information applies to Albury Local Court, as well as all other Local Courts in Australia.

Most criminal and drink driving/traffic matters will start at the Local Court. The Local Court primarily hears summary offences, which are less serious offences. Examples of such offences include disorderly behaviour and driving under the influence of alcohol or a drug. The Local Court will sometimes hear more serious offences, such as low-level assault, but this is rare. Most serious offences are heard at the District Court and higher Courts.

Other matters that are heard in Local Courts such as Albury Court House include:

  • Bail applications.
  • Matters relating to Apprehended Violence Orders (AVOs).
  • Appeals against a previous Local Court decision.
  • Appeals against decisions such as the Roads and Maritime Service’s decision to suspend a licence.

The Local Court deals with civil money and property matters that concern values up to $100,000. If the dispute is about a sum higher than this amount, the matter will go to the District Court or higher Courts.

The Local Court also hears family law matters such as property settlements and residence orders.

Albury Local Court List

Court Lists tell you the date, time and location of court matters up to three weeks in the future, and one week in the past.

The NSW interactive court list allows you to search for a particular case by name, case number, location, date, jurisdiction, title of presiding officer and type of listing (for example, directions, hearing, judgment and so on).

You can use the interactive list to search for the listing of your matter at Albury Local Court.

How can we help you?

Our lawyers travel to Albury Court House to defend all criminal and traffic matters, and we have a track record of getting outstanding results for our clients in this court.

We also attend all other courts throughout NSW and the ACT.

If you require assistance, contact us on 1300 668 484 or book a free consultation to discuss your case.

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