Public tours of Parliament are conducted on days when Parliament is not sitting. To check the sitting days click here.
Public tours take place at 9:30 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm and 3.45 pm from the Vestibule.
Question paper 90 shows unanswered questions on notice asked in the Assembly as at Monday 27 May 2013. In particular is show the questions that were redirected as a result of the portfolio changes of 22 April...Read more: Questions on Notice
The Parliament House Architecture Tour is the most recent addition to the Parliament's community engagement and tours program.
The tour caters for students and classes studying architecture or design, or for members of the public with an interest in architecture and...Read more: Architecture tours
Book in for a VCE role play.
Year 11 and 12 VCE Legal Studies students are now invited to participate in our VCE Role Play presentations. Teachers are given a choice for their students to debate either the 2007 Upskirting Bill...Read more: VCE Role Play
Check out Parliament's great new video, 'How Parliament's Elections Work'. The video explains how members are elected to the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly. You can see other videos at our Video and Audio page....Read more: Voting and elections
Parliament House's front steps are being repaired.
You can still visit Parliament House through the main entrance at the top of the steps. Tours are still running.
The repair work is expected to run from October 2012 to December 2013.Read more: Repair work on the front steps
Premier of Victoria, Sir James McCulloch, retired from office, having served 437 days.