The High Court decides Constitutional matters and is the highest court of appeal for federal, state and territory cases. High Court decisions have had a major impact on Australian society and government.
Landmark judicial decisions of the High Court of Australia (1903–2003) are listed on UNESCO's Australian Memory of the World register.
Included in this significant archive are judges' notebooks, correspondence between members, reports and records of judgements relating to the following:
High Court records up to 1980 are held by the National Archives of Australia. More recent material is in the custody of the High Court of Australia.