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Program Overview

The Parliamentary Education Seminar program aims to enhance a student's knowledge and understanding of the processes of Parliament and Government in Queensland. These workshops are free of charge and aimed at senior Legal Studies classes. 

arrival:       9.45am
program start:       10.00am
program end:       12.30pm
departure from annexe:  12.35pm

Maximum group size - 30 students   

Subject to group size and availability, an education program may include the following:

  • A Tour of Parliament House
  • An introduction to Parliament and Government, including an explanation of the division of power and the separation of powers
  • An address by a Member of Parliament (subject to availability)
  • Viewing Parliament in Action (on Parliamentary sitting days)
  • DVD clips to bring the legislative process to life
  • A role play of the passage of a Bill through the Legislative Assembly*  
  • A role play of a Parliamentary Committee of inquiry*

*a minimum of 15 students is required to run a role play

Click here to book, or register on the waitlist. 


Tertiary groups (University and TAFE)

Please contact the Parliamentary Education Officer for details regarding Tertiary programs at Parliament House.
[email protected] or 07 3553 6416.


 The Queensland Parliament is currently operating in accordance with the Speaker's directive. No person can enter the parliamentary precinct unless they are vaccinated or exempt. This does not apply to young people under the age of 16.