Going to Wollongong Court? If you are facing a charge, you’ll be required to attend court to face the charge(s).
Wollongong is also known as “The Gong”, and is located in the region of Illawarra of NSW. It’s a seaside city and is situated on a narrow coastal strip between Illawarra Escarpment and Pacific Ocean, about 68km from Sydney CBD.
Wollongong court house consists of Wollongong Local Court and Wollongong District Court. It hears all criminal law and traffic law cases, including bail applications, sentences, trials, hearings and appeals.
If you are going to Wollongong court to face a charge, call our friendly team on our 24/7 legal hotline (02) 8606 2218.
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Going to Wollongong Court?
Wollongong court house comprises of the Local and District Court in NSW, and it has multiple court rooms inside. Each court room inside the Wollongong court building has a Magistrate or Judge presiding over the cases during the week day.
Wollongong court house opens at 9am, however the individual court rooms inside it begins hearing cases at 9:30am on weekdays.
The court doesn’t sit on weekends, however the Parramatta weekend bail court hears weekend bail applications for those arrested and refused police bail on a Friday evening or weekend.
Wollongong Court Contact Details
|Wollongong Court address||Cnr Church st & Market St, Wollongong NSW 2500|
|Wollongong Court Postal address||PO Box 5395, Wollongong NSW 2500|
|Wollongong Court operating hours||Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm|
|Wollongong Court phone number||T: 1300 679 272 | fax: (02) 4223 3633|
|Wollongong Court email@example.com|
|Wollongong Court website||http://www.localcourt.justice.nsw.gov.au|
Wollongong court also provides a JP service inside the building complex.
The Wollongong court house is located a short walk from the Wollongong train station and shopping centre. There’s plenty of parking nearby the court if you’re driving in.
Methods of getting to Wollongong court:
- Drive in. Wollongong court is about 68km drive from Sydney CBD, but there’s usually plenty of parking available nearby.
- By Bus. There are plenty of bus services that run in the area. The main bus stops are located next to the train station and near the court.
- By Train. Train services run frequently, and is an easy way to get to the court house given it’s only a short walk to the court.
Wollongong Police Station
|Wollongong Police Station Address||Cnr Church & Market St, Wollongong NSW 2500|
|Wollongong Police Station Postal address||Same as above.|
|Wollongong Police Station operating hours||24 Hours, 7 Days a Week|
|Wollongong Police Station phone number||T: (02) 4226 7899 | fax: (02) 4226 7731|
|Wollongong Police Station website||https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/|
Before speaking to police, it’s important to get legal advice on your rights and what to expect.
Don’t risk it. If you’re heading to Wollongong police station to talk to police for questioning or charges, call our 24/7 legal hotline now (02) 8606 2218.