In line with Queensland government regulations, Parliament House has introduced electronic contact tracing and public tour visitors will be required to sign-in via QR Code.

General Public Tours - Monday to Friday

Parliamentary attendants conduct a variety of tours of Parliament House that are designed to suit the general public, special interest groups and school groups.
Public Tours are a maximum of 15 people and take approximately 30 minutes. No booking is required.

School groups and special interest groups are a maximum of 30 people and bookings are required.

Please Note: All visitors to Parliament House require government issued photo identification and must sign-in via the QR Code visitor management app.

Tours operate Monday to Friday throughout the year except on public holidays.

On days when the Parliament is not sitting, tours commence at the following times:

  • 1 pm
  • 2 pm
  • 3 pm
  • 4 pm

On days that the Parliament is sitting, one tour is available which commences at 2pm.

See when the Parliament is sitting 

All visitors for tours should enter the parliamentary precinct via the Parliamentary Annexe Building, located on Alice Street (opposite William Street). 
Tours commence from the visitor information area which is located on the ground floor, inside the Annexe Building. 

On sitting days, the public are also welcome to view Parliament in session from the Legislative Assembly public gallery. Entry is via the George Street visitor entrance to Parliament House.  

Special Group Tours

Bookings essential

Special group tours, TAFE colleges and other large organisation group bookings, operate Monday to Friday. The tours commence from the Parliamentary Annexe public entrance in Alice Street.

Book a Tour

ph  +61 7 3553 6470

Once your booking is complete, you will receive a confirmation email/letter confirming your booking request.

Parliamentary Attendants
Parliament House
cnr George and Alice St
Brisbane  Qld   4000

email  [email protected]



Photo ID (such as a Driver's License) is required to be shown on entry to Parliament House.
Please note that parking is not available at Parliament House for attendees of 'Sometimes Strangers' events.

In line with Queensland government regulations, Queensland Parliamentary Service has introduced electronic contact tracing. All guests entering the Parliamentary precinct will be required to register their visit via the QR Code visitor management app.

Information captured is for the sole purpose of contact tracing, and will be automatically deleted after 56 days.