Wyndham Law Courts tops-out as building designs are released

A large building with many glass windows and a glass roof. Artist's render of the Wyndham Law Courts

The Attorney-General Jaclyn Symes and Local Member Tim Pallas visited the Wyndham Law Courts to unveil the building's design and officially mark the Topping-Out, a construction milestone that sees the final floor of a building completed.

The Ministers were joined by Chief Magistrate Judge Lisa Hannan, President of the Children's Court Judge Jack Vandersteen, and State Coroner Judge John Cain.

Attorney-General Symes said, "This project has been designed with the needs of the community at the heart."

Watch our design release video below to see more renders of the future law courts:

The future Wyndham Law Courts designs release


Built by Lendlease, Wyndham's future court designs by Lyons are informed by extensive consultation with the people who will use it, prioritising user experience, sustainability, and technological capability.


Exterior aerial view


The project is working to a Green Star 6-star as-built energy rating, with solar panels on the roof, low-carbon and high thermal performance pre-cast concrete panels on the exterior, and native plantings that can tolerate dry periods.

Inside, the building enables remote hearings, display of digital evidence and video conferencing alongside conveniences like wi-fi, charging stations and bookable meeting rooms.


Waiting area


Natural light, access to fresh air and greenery, a neutral interior palette and organic lines reflect the setting and create a calm environment, reflecting a more therapeutic approach to justice services.

Chief Magistrate Lisa Hannan said, "A modern court does not sit above or apart from its community, it sits within it, because a court at its essence has a single role, and that is to serve."




Waiting area


Construction of the Wyndham Law Courts will be completed in late 2024.

This page was last updated: Friday 21 June 2024 - 12:03pm