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Recognising the significance of the building to the status of Port Macquarie as an important historic town, Council engaged a conservation specialist to prepare a report on its condition and the likely cost of conservation work. Evidence of original finishes was found in early photographs and year old measured drawings, and by researching similar court houses of the period.

Work on the restoration began on 12 February Concrete floors were removed and replaced by new timber, shingles were reinstated on the roof and second-hand bricks laid under the verandah awning.

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All joinery was repainted, except for the cedar doors leading into the court room, which were stripped and clear-finished. The site has two large mature Norfolk Island pines Araucaria heterophylla on the eastern side of the courthouse which enhance the building's setting. Roofs are of premium grade bloodwood shingles, with chimneys retaining their metal pots. Doors are four-panelled and windows are large paned. There is a simple verandah with iron roofs to three sides on squared timber posts.

The archaeological potential was reported as medium, with evidence of convict drains occurring in the eastern part of the site.

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It is an early example of James Barnet's phase with the Colonial Architect's office and typical of the Victorian Georgian style. It is one of the last 19th century buildings remaining in Port Macquarie. It makes an important contribution to the historic centre of the town and has important relationships with the adjacent Museum, Garrison Centre and Police Lock up buildings.

The Courthouse reflects the role of Port Macquarie in the late 19th century as a centre of Public administration. Its date of design in locates it amongst the earlier examples of Country Court Houses when Barnet had more direct contact with the projects.

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The Courthouse contributes to the historic centre of the town including the adjacent Museum, Garrison Centre and Police Lock up buildings. The Norfolk Pine trees within the boundary of the site contribute to the natural surrounding of mature, pine trees typical of Port Macquarie.