Recent Family Court judgments are published on the Court's website under judgments.
To look for a particular judgment or search for judgments on a certain topic you can use the databases containing selected cases from 1976 onwards available on the AustlII website, see links below:
- Austlii database – Family Court of Australia (FamCA) 1976-
- Austlii database – Family Court of Australia – Full Court (FamCAFC) 2008-
- AustLII search Help
If your enquiry is related to your matter in the Family Court of Australia, please contact the National Enquiry Centre.
If you are from the Media – please contact the Court’s Media and Public Affairs Manager.
Other enquiries regarding Family Court judgments should be directed to the:
Judgments Publication Office
Note: Section 121 of the Family Law Act 1975 makes it an offence, except in very limited circumstances, to publish or distribute a report of a case or part of a case, including information contained in a Judgment, which identifies parties, related or associated persons, witnesses or others involved in the case. A breach of the section is a criminal offence. The section also sets out certain limited defences to criminal liability. An example is where the Court has expressly authorised the publication.