Tours and school visits

Take your students behind the scenes of Victoria’s legal system.

A tour of Victoria’s courts, tribunals and legal institutions is a great way to get students interested in the law and legal system. If you can’t make the trip to Melbourne, many organisations are happy to visit your school.

You can arrange tours and school visits throughout the year. Special tours and events are also offered during Law Week which takes place in May each year.


Supreme Court of Victoria and County Court of Victoria

Tours of the Supreme Court of Victoria and County Court of Victoria for VCE Legal Studies students can be booked through the Court Services Victoria website.

Magistrates’ Court of Victoria

Students can tour the Magistrates’ Court in Melbourne and talk with a magistrate or registrar. To enquire about booking a tour contact to book.

Classroom Law Talks

The Victoria Law Foundation's Classroom Law Talks program offers rural and regional VCE Legal Studies students the opportunity to visit local courts and meet a judge or magistrate or have a barrister or legal practitioner visit their school. See the Classroom Law Talks page for more information.

Other relevant tours or school visits

The following organisations offer either tours or will visit you at school.

Australian Electoral Commission
Immigration Museum
Museum Victoria
National Trust of Australia
Old Melbourne Gaol
Old Treasury Building
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Victoria
Sentencing Advisory Council
Victoria Police Museum
Victoria Law Reform Commission

This page was last updated on May 26, 2017