The sittings of both Houses of the Tasmanian Parliament are open to members of the public and visitors are welcome. Members of the public are encouraged to visit the public galleries whenever the House of Assembly or the Legislative Council is sitting.
Tours of Parliament House are available for members of the public on most non-sitting days and are conducted by House of Assembly Parliamentary Attendants. The tours focus on the history of Parliament House and the role of the Parliament.
Tours are conducted at 10:00am and 2:00pm on most non-sitting days and take approximately 90 minutes. It is suggested that you call ahead on 6212 2200 to check tour availability.
For groups of more than 15 bookings are essential. The preferred group size is 25 or fewer but it can be arranged for two groups to be scheduled at the same time. Please book groups in advance on 6212 2200 or 6212 2138.
All tours are free of charge.
To check the schedule of sitting and non sitting days click below.
Additional information about the history and role of the Parliament of Tasmania is available at www.parliament.tas.gov.au .
For further information about Parliament House tours or to book a tour call 6212 2200 or 6212 2138 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org