- Phone and email
- Family law enquiries
- Out of hours - Duty Judge
- Court administration and website feedback
- Services provided to other Courts and Tribunals
Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia | Australian Competition Tribunal | Copyright Tribunal | Defence Force Discipline Appeal Tribunal
- Follow the progress of a case - Find judgments
Live Chat with the Federal Court registry if your enquiry relates to:
- Applying to the Court
- Procedures or information relating to your case
- Information and support for the Commonwealth Courts Portal, including eLodgment
- General enquiries about Federal Court proceedings.
1300 720 980
Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 5:00 pm AEST/AEDT
From outside Australia
Hearing or speech assistance
If you have a hearing or speech impairment, contact the Court through the National Relay Service (NRS).
By Email - Filing of matters / Information on filed matters
General Federal Law
Inquiries on General Federal Law matters should be directed to the Registry in the state in which the case will be (or has been) lodged.
The Federal Court does not hear family law matters. If you have a family law enquiry (including divorce), please visit the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia's Enquiries Hub to contact the court or submit an enquiry.
Information regarding the progress of a federal law matter can be obtained by searching Federal Law Search, or directed to the Registry which is hearing the matter.
You are also able to track a case through the Commonwealth Courts Portal.
Check Daily Court Listings to see a list of hearings scheduled for today or the next business day.
Administrative inquiries include website feedback, human resources, financial management, information technology support, property and procurement, risk management and statistics.
Federal Court inquiries from journalists are to be directed to the Director Public Information.
The registries of the Federal Court are also registries for the Federal Circuit and Family Court of Australia in relation to general federal law matters.
If you become aware of a threat to harm a judge, a Court staff member, or another party to a matter – please report it immediately.
|Matters requiring immediate attention||Emergency 000|
|Matters not requiring immediate attention||Police assistance 131 444|
|Report a crime anonymously||1800 133 000|
|Questions about court security and service and execution of court orders||Marshal@fedcourt.gov.au|