The Supreme Court is the highest court in NSW. It hears the most serious criminal matters as well as criminal appeals, and can also hear civil matters.
The Darlinghurst Court House is a sandstone building located on Oxford Street at Taylor Square, in the inner city suburb of Darlinghurst. It is still used by the New South Wales Supreme Court. The central block, designed by Mortimer Lewis, was built in 1835.
Bus routes to Bondi Junction or the Eastern suburbs from the city provide convenient access to the Darlinghurst Courthouse. Museum train station provides the closest rail access to the courthouse.
The nearest parking area is St Vincent’s Hospital. Entry is via Oxford Street.