The Supreme Court and its sister, Parliament House dominate State Square with their gleaming white, tropical style edifices. Both are free to enter and wonderfully cool on a hot day. Inside the Supreme Court, the architecture is not as magnificent as in Parliament House, but the Aboriginal artwork is sensational. All the Art, not surprisingly, has a legal reference, so read the supporting panels to understand their significance. On entry, the Seven Sisters mosaic is wonderful to view up close, but please go upstairs to see it from above. In an alcove at the back of the first floor on the same side as the stairs, is a wonderful set of panels describing the original Artwork and how it was transformed into a mosaic, the largest of its kind in Australia. It took 11 months to make and a few more to install.
Security staff were also very friendly & helpful and you can visit the Courtrooms if a trial is in progress and public admittance is allowed. Well worth a visit.