Neighbourhood Justice Centre

Address: 
241 Wellington Street
Collingwood  Victoria  3066
Australia
PO BOX: 
1142
DX Number: 
211512
Tel: 

(03) 9948 8600

Fax: 

(03) 9948 8699

Opening Hours: 

Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm

Further Information: 

Email: njccoordinator@magistratescourt.vic.gov.au

Website: www.neighbourhoodjustice.vic.gov.au

Family Violence
Apply online for a family violence intervention order: 
https://familyviolence.courts.vic.gov.au/online-form

 Intervention Orders - online application

If you are over 18 and live in the City of Yarra (the suburbs of Abbotsford, Alphington, Burnley, Carlton North, Clifton Hill, Collingwood, Cremorne, Fairfield, Fitzroy, Fitzroy North and Richmond) you can also apply for a family violence intervention order using the Neighbourhood Justice Centre's online form.

Go to https://www.njcforms.courts.vic.gov.au to apply.

Disability access
The Neighbourhood Justice Centre is wheelchair accessible. Each floor can be accessed by lift. There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor and second floor.

There is disabled parking available next to the NJC on Perry Street, near the corner of Wellington Street. There is also disabled parking available opposite the NJC, on Wellington Street.

Travel Directions: 

Train

Take the Hurstbridge-Epping line to the Victoria Park train station. The station is a ten-minute walk from the centre.
Go to http://ptv.vic.gov.au/ for further information.

Tram

 The number 86 tram travels along Smith Street. The NJC is a five-minute walk from tram stop 19 - on the corner of Johnston and Smith streets.

Bus

 The following bus routes travel along Johnston Street: 200, 201, 203, 205 and 207. The centre is a one-minute walk from the stop on the corner of Wellington and Johnston streets.

Parking

Limited two and four-hour metered car parking bays are available on Wellington and Perry streets. Parking for people with a disability is also available on Wellington and Perry streets.

Cycling and parking
The NJC has bicycle racks outside the entrance on Wellington Street.

Limited two and four-hour metered car parking bays are available on Wellington and Perry streets. Parking for people with a disability is also available on Wellington and Perry streets.