Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) No 86a
162A Powers of Supreme Court on appeal [NSW]
(1) In deciding the appeal, the Supreme Court may—
(a) dismiss the appeal; or
(b) make the order it thinks proper having regard to the merits of the case and the public welfare, and in doing so may exercise any one or more of the powers of the Tribunal under this Law.
(2) If the Supreme Court dismisses an appeal against an order of the Tribunal, the Court may by order direct that the Tribunal’s order is to be taken to include provision that an application for its review under Subdivision 3 of Division 6 may not be made until after a specified time.