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Bicentennial Supreme Court Building Tour - Hobart

12may10:00 am12:00 pmBicentennial Supreme Court Building Tour - HobartEvent Type Bi-centenary,Workshop

Event Details

You’re invited on a special tour of the Supreme Court in Hobart in its Bicentennial year.  Established in 1824 as the highest Court in the State, it deals with criminal cases and civil disputes, as well as hearing appeals from the Magistrates Court and statutory tribunals.  Come along and see where the Judges, barristers, witnesses and jurors perform their duties.  The Civil Courtrooms and registries will be open for inspection as will access to the cells. The original architect Mr Peter Partridge will accompany this tour and provide his unique insights into the design of the building.

Special displays for the Bicentenary will be available to look at following conclusion of the tour, including the display of historical memorabilia in the Andrew Inglis Clark library.

Numbers are limited.  Approx 2.0 hours duration.

Photo ID must be presented on arrival.  The Supreme Court reserves the right to refuse entry to any person.

Presented by the Supreme Court of Tasmania


In person event

This event is free

Book tickets here.



This content was provided for Tasmania Law Week 2024 and the Supreme Court Bicentennial. It is general legal information only and not legal advice.




(Sunday) 10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Supreme Court of Tasmania

5 Salamanca Place

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