Find out more about the legal system in Australia.
Heavy penalties, including fines and on-the-spot licence suspensions, apply for drivers who break the law. This section of the RTA website lists basic fines and penalties.
Your responsibilities and tips to improve the bottom line of your business.
Information and resources about human rights in Australia.
LawAssist can help you if you have a legal problem in NSW and are representing yourself in court.
Find legal answers to everyday questions about the law in NSW.
Information about courts, tribunals and commissions in NSW.
Information about discrimination and anti-discrimination laws in Australia.
Search the Law Society of New South Wales database of all registered solicitors in NSW.
The official NSW Government website for online publication of legislation, including Acts, regulations and planning instruments.
The State Debt Recovery Office (SDRO) is responsible for the receipt and processing of fines issued by various government agencies and authorities.
This site provides workers, employers and the general public with access to OHS, workers compensation and injury management information.
Information regarding bills introduced into the Parliament of NSW since 1997.
LawAccess NSW is a free government telephone service that provides legal information, advice and referrals for people who have a legal problem in NSW.
Find out about the system of government in NSW.
Tough on-the-spot fines will be issued to people caught evading fares or engaging in anti-social behaviour on trains, buses and ferries on the Transport for NSW network.
Get advice about making your workplace safer and develop ways to prevent injuries, illness and incidents.
Information about the services offered by Legal Aid NSW Online and other useful information to help you solve your legal problems.
Access legal information relating to employment issues and rights.
Find out more about particular aspects of family law in NSW, including children, adoption, relationships and property.
The NSW Ombudsman is an independent and impartial watchdog, making sure that Government agencies fulfil their functions properly and improve their delivery of services to the public.
The Demerit Points Scheme encourages motorists to drive responsibly. Use this search as a guide to fines and demerit points for certain penalties.
Insurance and claim information for employers.
Corrective Services NSW delivers professional correctional services to reduce re-offending and enhance community safety.
Community Justice Centres provide free mediation and conflict management services to help people resolve disputes.
Information, services and resources from the New South Wales Bar Association.
In NSW, a bicycle is considered a vehicle and cyclists are required to obey the road rules. Find out about the special road rules for cyclists.
NSW Juvenile Justice supervises and cares for young offenders in the community and in detention centres.
Read the latest issue of the NSW Government Gazette or use the index to search for specific Supplements, Acts, Proclamations, Legislation and other gazetted items, by year and month.
A list of agencies who provide mediation and dispute resolution services to the community as an alternative to going to court.
Crime statistics and further information related to criminal incidents recorded by the NSW Police Force.
Information and publications about local government and councils in NSW.
Details on how to obtain a birth, death or marriage certificate, or change a name in NSW.
Find out more about business trading hours in NSW.
The NSW Crown Solicitor provides legal services to the State Government of NSW. Find out further information here.
Contact information and details of the services available from NSW Police.
Victim Services provide support and information for victims of crime in NSW. On this website you will find out how to access counselling, compensation and victims rights information.
Advice and information for children about their legal rights and responsibilities from The National Children's and Youth Law Centre.
The Workers Compensation Commission resolves workers compensation disputes between injured workers and employers.
A comprehensive free-access resource for Australian legal information.
Jury service allows members of our community to play an active role in the administration of justice. Find out about the role Jury service plays in our justice system in NSW.
Information about your legal rights and responsibilities as a consumer.
The NSW Aboriginal Land Council aims to protect the interests and further the aspirations of its members and the broader Aboriginal community.
The Law and Justice Foundation is an independent statutory body working to improve access to justice in NSW, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged people.
The Australian Institute of Criminology is Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice.
Information and resources for members of the public about privacy rights in Australia.
The Guardianship Tribunal has a key role in the protection and empowerment of people living with a decision-making disability.
Information about copyright laws and legislation in Australia.
Find out about the law in NSW regarding immigration and citizenship.
Downloadable practice notes from the Division of Local Government.
Wirringa Baiya is a community legal centre for Aboriginal women, children and youth living in New South Wales.
How to access NSW Government information and the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW).
Information about how law is made in NSW.
Information on the practise of law in NSW for both current solicitors and those wishing to practise in this state, including links to relevant organisations and legislation plus downloadable forms.
The Aboriginal Trust Fund Repayment Scheme is a NSW Government initiative established in 2005 to repay to Aboriginal people and their descendants money that was put into Trust Funds and never repaid.
Access the published judgments and decisions of NSW Courts and Tribunals.
A list of all Royal Commissions and Commissions of Inquiry appointed by the Australian Government from 1902, under the provisions of the Royal Commissions Act 1902.
WorkCover liaises with the employers, workers and the community of NSW to achieve safer and more productive workplaces, and effective recovery, return to work and security for injured workers.
A history of law and justice in Australia, from colonisation, through to federation and onto today.
The Police Integrity Commission is an independent agency that was set up to investigate the most serious forms of police misconduct, including corruption.
The Consumer Credit Legal Centre (NSW) Inc. is a community legal centre specialising in financial services, particularly matters and policy issues related to consumer credit, banking and debt recovery.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) protects the public interest, prevents breaches of public trust and guides the conduct of NSW public officials.
Find out information about drugs and the law in NSW, including legislation and law enforcement and drug crime.
The Judicial Commission of NSW promotes excellence in judicial performance and is a leading provider of continuing judicial education and sentencing information.
Agency working with employees, employers and their representatives to facilitate equitable, innovative and productive workplace relations.
Information, news and publications about the NSW Law Reform Commission proposes changes to the general law.