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Parliament House Of Victoria (Melbourne)

Google Map of location of Parliament HouseParliament House is open to the public throughout the year.

Location

Parliament House
Spring Street
East Melbourne Victoria 3002
Phone: (+61 3) 9651 8911
Fax: (+61 3) 9654 5284
Email: info@parliament.vic.gov.au

See Parliament in action

When Parliament is sitting, visitors are welcome to come in and see Parliament in action. The Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly (the Houses) both have public galleries, which are open whenever the House is sitting.
Check the Calendar for the dates when Parliament is sitting.
To see what happens on a sitting day see the sitting day schedule for the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly.

Public tours

Public tours of Parliament are conducted on days when Parliament is not sitting. There is no need to book for groups of less than 6 people. Public tours take place at 9.30 am, 10.30 am, 11.30 am, 1.30 pm, 2.30 pm and 3.45 pm Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) from the Vestibule.
More information and bookings

Events

Come and participate in the events held by the Parliament of Victoria over the course of the year.
More information and bookings

Baby change and feeding room

Located on the second floor on the Legislative Assembly side. Facilities include comfortable chairs, change table, basin hot and cold water, a fridge and a microwave.


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