Visiting the Court

Other than in very exceptional circumstances, District Court civil and criminal court hearings are open to the public.

In addition to the family and friends of those involved in the hearings, members of the public may, and indeed are encouraged to, visit the District Court building (and any courthouse) and witness court hearings.  Observation of the following will ensure an enjoyable experience:

Court Tours

The Francis Burt Law Education Centre Programme (FBLEP) provides a specialised community legal education and civics program that is interactive and participant focused for school and community groups. Excursions to the FBLEP may include a visit to one or to both all of the following courts:

Hours: Monday to Friday   9am to 4pm

For bookings:

Phone: 9324 8686
Email: schools@lawsocietywa.asn.au
Website: https://www.lawsocietywa.asn.au/community/francis-burt-law-education-programme/#francis-burt-law-education-programme


Contact the staff at the FBLEP if you wish to arrange a court visit or make enquiries about the education programme.

Inside a court room

Last updated: 18-Jan-2016

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