Appeals from most decisions made by judicial officers in the District Court and Magistrates Court as well from decisions of single judges of the Supreme Court are dealt with by the Supreme Court. Most appeals from the Magistrates Court and tribunals are heard by a single judge. Appeals against decisions from the District Court or Supreme Court are decided by the Full Court which consists of three judges.

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For further information , contact the Criminal Registry at the Supreme Court:
p: +61 8 8204 2444
f: +61 8 8214 4642
Send email to:
Lower Ground Floor
Sir Samuel Way Building
241- 259 Victoria Square
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Opening Hours

9:30am to 4:30pm
Monday – Friday
Excluding public holidays