Courts Administration Authority of South Australia

The Courts Administration Authority is constituted by the Courts Administration Act 1993 and is independent of Government and is a means for the judiciary to control the provision of the administrative facilities and services required by State courts to carry out their judicial functions.

The participating courts of the Authority are the Supreme Court, District Court, Magistrates Court, Youth Court, Coroner's Court, Industrial Relations Court and the Environment, Resources and Development Court. There are also a number of tribunals and commissions.

Civil and criminal matters are heard in the Supreme, District and Magistrates Courts, with the more serious matters being heard in the Supreme and District courts. Only the Supreme Court can hear cases involving murder and treason.

The Youth Court hears cases concerning children (up to the age of 18 years).

The Coroner's Court investigates the circumstances surrounding deaths and disappearances.

The Industrial Relations Court is concern
Address:   Supreme Court Civil and Criminal Registry/Environment, Resources and Development (ERD) Court/District Court/Warden's Court
Lower ground floor
Sir Samuel Way Building
241- 259 Victoria Square
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Youth Court
75 Wright Street
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Coroners Court
302 King William Street
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Industrial Relations Court
Level 6, Riverside Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide, South Australia, 5000

Courts Administration Authority
GPO Box 1068,
Adelaide SA 5001

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Guide ID: 3147 - Last Updated: August 28, 2013