When to contact us
Contact us about:
- whether you can bring your issue or dispute to SACAT
- queries about processing your case
- your upcoming hearing, mediation or conciliation
- queries about access and / or advice to us about your special needs
If you need assistance
SACAT cannot provide legal advice. This includes advice on whether it is a good idea to bring an issue to SACAT or the chances of success of a particular approach. Organisations that may be able to help you with legal advice or with other support and assistance include:
- Consumer and Business Services
- Legal Services Commission
- Office of the Public Advocate (for cases about guardianship and mental health)
- support and advocacy organisations
Christmas Operating Hours
Please note that SACAT will be operating as normal throughout the Christmas period, except for the public holidays. You can contact us on 1800 723 767 and lodge applications online as usual via www.sacat.sa.gov.au, or visit our Collinswood or CBD premises.
For urgent matters related to guardianship, administration or mental health cases, please visit the Public Advocate for more information http://www.opa.sa.gov.au/
Phone: 1800 723 767
Postal address: GPO Box 2361 Adelaide SA 5001
Locations: Adelaide CBD: Level 4, 100 Pirie Street, Adelaide 5000
Collinswood: Level 8, 85 North East Road, Collinswood
See also details on our facilities.
After hours - urgent guardianship, mental health and administration cases only
For urgent after hours calls about guardianship, mental health and administration cases, contact the Office of the Public Advocate on 08 8342 8200 for details of their emergency out of hours service. If an urgent hearing is needed, the Office of the Public Advocate will contact SACAT and arrange a hearing time as quickly as possible.
You can use the email address above to contact us but if you need an urgent response, please call us on 1800 723 767. If sending attachments, limit them to less than 9MB per email due to firewall restrictions. We do not accept responsibility for delays in email transmission. You should keep the original copy of any email sent to us as you may be asked to produce it in evidence.