The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) resolves legal disputes and cases in Victoria.
We are a tribunal, which means we’re less formal than a court. We hear and decide cases according to the law.
We’re among the busiest tribunals in Australia. We finalise more than 60,000 cases a year – mostly disputes – at our venues across Victoria. We’ve operated since 1998.
The law that establishes and governs us is the Victorian Civil and Administrative Act 1998. We’re supported by Court Services Victoria a government agency that provides us with administrative support and facilities.
Learn about VCAT’s members - the people who hear and decide cases.
Understand VCAT’s structure, divisions, what they do and who our leaders are.
Our commitment to you
Our commitment to service excellence, what you can expect and your rights when you contact us.
Feedback and complaints
At VCAT we aim to provide fair and efficient justice. Tell us about your experience with us.
Annual reports and strategic plan
Our annual reports give an annual account of VCAT activities and our strategic plan sets out our strategic directions and focus areas.
Careers at VCAT
We offer a wide range of exciting career opportunities at VCAT.