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Improving access to TAFE for learners with disability
Landmark report from Legislative Assembly Economy and Infrastructure Committee makes 44 recommendations.
Our living library
From gentleman's club to digital detectives, our Parliamentary Library turns 170. Read more
Today In Parliament
Inquiry into extremism in Victoria - SubmissionsSubmissions for this inquiry have closed. For further information please contact the Committee Secretariat. The following submissions have been accepted by the Committee. Name Withheld Read more
Inquiry into the Closure of the Hazelwood and Yallourn Power Stations - ReportThe report was tabled in Parliament on 7 June 2022. Inquiry into the closure of the Hazelwood and Yallourn Power Stations11.56 MB Read more
School and Booked Tours
The Parliament of Victoria offers a range of activities for students at primary, secondary, tertiary and adult education levels. These activities include tours, role plays and metropolitan school visits.
Large groups or organisations of 6 or more people are also encouraged to book one of our tours. To check the availability for each type of tour please click here.
Restoration and renewal projects
Find out more about our projects to restore and renew Parliament House
Latest News & Events
2022–23 independent budget snapshot from the PBO
Victoria’s Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has released its independent analysis of the Department of Treasury and Finance’s 2022-23 Budget, comparing it to the government’s previous budget update, which was published on 10 December 2021.Read more
Ukrainian Flag flown in support of democracy
The Ukrainian Flag is being flown on Parliament House in support of peace, freedom and democracy in Ukraine.Read more
2022 printable sitting calendar
The Victorian Parliament’s printable calendar for the 2022 sitting dates is now available online.Read more
On This Day
Parliament Administration Act 2005 comes into force, restructuring the 150 year old Parliamentary departments of five into three (Assembly, Council and the newly created Department of Parliamentary Services). The Parliamentary Library and Hansard ceased to exist as separate departments