Australian Guide to Legal Citation - Decisions with a Medium Neutral Citation
When cases are first released, they are published on court websites or AustLII in medium neutral format.
A medium neutral citation format is used to reference unreported judgements. This is explained in the AGLC3, 3rd ed. (pp.52-3).
The party names are listed first
The year is included in square brackets
A unique court identifier is used instead of the court name
The judgement number is listed
The full date in round brackets
A pinpoint is included when required (this is usually a paragraph number).
Here is a real example: The Queen v Price  VSC 105 (18 March 2016)