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The Seymour Court building is undergoing flood damage repairs. The Magistrates’ and Children’s Courts are still operating and hearing all cases as follows: if you have a criminal matter listed at Seymour, speak to your lawyer, if you have one, to determine how you will appear at court OR attend in person on your court date at Shepparton Court OR link in to your hearing via WebEx. You can find the WebEx link for Seymour Court on the audio visual links page. The Magistrates’ Court is operating under Practice Direction 6 of 2022, and if you are attending in person at Shepparton your lawyer will need to attend with you. If you are a party in a family violence intervention order or personal safety intervention order case, please contact the court prior to your hearing to discuss arrangements. If you have any questions, contact Seymour Court on 9087 5723 or

Seymour Magistrates' Court

Change Court
56 Tallarook Street
Seymour Vic 3660
PO Box 235
Seymour Vic 3660
Monday : CLOSED Tuesday : CLOSED Wednesday : CLOSED Thursday : CLOSED Friday : CLOSED Saturday : CLOSED Sunday : CLOSED

The court is currently closed due to recent floods. Refer to
Hearing arrangements for Seymour court users


On street parking only.

Available at this court

Criminal matters

The criminal jurisdiction of the Magistrates’ Court hears and determines all summary offences, some indictable offences and conducts committal hearings. 

Civil matters

The Magistrates’ Court can hear civil disputes up to the value of $100,000 arising from debts, claims for damages, other monetary disputes or equitable relief.

Intervention orders

There a two types of intervention orders that can be ordered in the Magistrates' Court. They are personal safety and family violence intervention orders. 

Facilities at this court

  • Audio Visual Link
  • Toilets
  • Accessible toilets
  • Wheelchair access

Contact us

Enquiries P: (03) 9087 5722 F: (03) 5785 4110 E:
Last updated on 11 Apr 2023
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