The Alias Names Australia Database contains daily criminal and civil court records where persons involved in a matter are recorded as also having an alias, A.K.A. (also known as) or maiden (nee) name/s. Further information about a record can be found in the ACCR and CCRA databases - links are provided in the footer.

Search by given and/or surname

Click here for search help Enter a given name and surname in the respective fields - neither Is CaSe sensitive.

The name can be shortened if you are uncertain of the spelling - e.g. Phil instead of Philip/Phillip. If the given name or surname is reasonably uncommon, either can be searched.

It's best to initially use only one name for the given name and surname. If a surname has multiple names, use just the last part of the name, e.g. for 'Van Der Lynde', use just 'Lynde'. For names with MAC, MC, LE, LA, O', Van, etc. prefix, it's best to eliminate these letters from your search.

Search by 'surname, firstname' to get more targeted results

Click here for search help Searches can also be conducted using the last part of the surname, then a comma, space and the start of the first given name.

For example, instead of 'macdonald, phillip' use 'donald, phil'. Instead of 'van der linde, jonathan' use 'linde, jon'.

Note: the comma and space between the names must be used.

Please see Search Tips for further detailed information.

Note: Clicking on the relevant 'Case Title Party' link will provide a Record Details page that will likely provide a more suitable screenshot. If there are a large number of records, use the Download CSV file option to quickly review all the files.