Street Address ANZ Building, Level 3, Cnr Brisbane and George Streets, Launceston
Opening Hours 08:45 - 16:30
Postal Address PO Box 9991, Launceston TAS 7250
Phone 1300 352 000
Phone Hours 8:30am - 5:00pm
Fax (03) 6334 5059

No public telephones available.

No public photocopier available.  Please have all documents photocopied before attending the registry.

Justice of the Peace – all documents should be signed, witnessed and photocopied before attending the registry.

Bathrooms located on ground floor.

Wheelchair access available via the main entrance.

Lift access available to the third floor.

No childcare available. Any enquiries in relation to appointments including children should be in writing by email or post to the registry.

For copies of transcripts contact Auscript.

Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania provide services to assist clients with information and completing court forms.

Contact: Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania (03) 6236 3800 for further information.


1.00 – 2.00 pm Monday and duty list days (no requirement to book) - check Federal Circuit Court lists

Location: Third floor





The counter is currently closed. Opening hours are between 08:45 Hrs and 16:30 Hrs.

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It is advisable to obtain legal advice before making a decision about what to do or before applying to the courts. A lawyer can help you understand your legal rights and responsibilities. They can also explain how the law applies to your case. A lawyer may also be able to help you reach an agreement without going to court. The Family Relationship Advice Line (FRAL) can help you with free legal advice and information about services available to assist anybody with family relationship issues including information relating to family law proceedings – please call 1800 050 321 (+61 7 3423 6878 if you are overseas). You should notify FRAL that you are seeking legal advice (also advise if your request is urgent). FRAL will organise a lawyer to contact you and provide a time frame. Alternatively you can obtain free legal advice from a Legal Aid advice line or a community legal centre in your state or territory. Court staff cannot give you legal advice.