Commonwealth Law Courts

Commonwealth Law Courts
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Harry Gibbs Commonwealth Law Courts on North Quay, Brisbane, Australia contains the Queensland registries of the High Court of Australia and the Federal Court of Australia; and the Brisbane registries of the Family Court of Australia, Federal Magistrates Court of Australia and the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.

The building is thirteen storeys tall and construction was completed in August 1993.[1]

Coordinates: 27°28′08.53″S 153°01′11.20″E / 27.4690361°S 153.019778°E / -27.4690361; 153.019778

Notes and references

  1. ^ Norman, Disney & Young

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