County Court Facility

The County Court moved to its current site on the corner of William and Lonsdale Streets, Melbourne in 2002.

Designed by Daryl Jackson SKM and Lyons Architects, the County Court facility was designed, financed and built through a Public Private Partnership (PPP) with the State of Victoria.

The Court is owned and managed by The Liberty Group Consortium Pty Ltd  (TLG).  

When not in use by the County Court, courtrooms may be hired for:

  • arbitrations and mediations;

  • courts, boards, commissions, or tribunals; and

  • seminars, lectures, and moot courts.

Security Procedures at the County Court

In order to provide a safe and secure facility persons and their property attending Court will be required to pass through the weapons detection system located at the main entrance foyer.

Finding your way around

Floor level plans showing court rooms, lifts, stairs and interview room locations.

Artworks in the County Court

Several artworks were commissioned for the new County Court building. These include the Lady of Justice sculpture by William Eicholtz above the entrance to the building,  The Quality of Mercy, a coloured glass panel by Colin Lanceley on level one and, the zinc artwork, Gnarrn-Gi, on wall panels by Judy Watson on the ground floor.

Commissioned artworks at the County Court Facility