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Visit Parliament House

Important update

All visitors to Parliament House are required to sign in/out via the QR code located in the Annexe Foyer. In accordance with current COVID safe regulations, contact information about all guests are stored for contact tracing purposes for a period of minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 56 days.


 

Do I have to book to visit Parliament?

Bookings are not required for general public tours. However, please note that tours are currently suspended in accordance with the COVID response plan. More information about tours can be found here.

Bookings are required for:

Bookings can be made via the links above. 

The sitting calendar lets you know if Parliament is meeting at the time of your visit.

How do I get to Parliament House?

Parliament House is located at the corner of George and Alice Streets, next to QUT Gardens Point. 

It is within 10 minutes walking distance of the Gardens Point Ferry terminal and a number of bus stops on Alice and George Streets. More information about Brisbane public transport is available by calling Translink on 13 12 30 or visiting their website at www.translink.com.au/(opens in a new window).

The main entrance into Parliament House is located at the end of Alice St, via the Parliamentary Annexe. Once you clear security screening, you are required to report to the staff at the Annexe reception. 

 

Is there parking available?

There is no parking on the Parliamentary grounds.

Metered parking is available in surrounding streets. A number of public car parking stations are also located within walking distance.

Visitors with mobility access requirements may be set down on the forecourt on the Annexe. The driver must remove the vehicle from the forecourt as soon as the drop-off or pick-up is complete.

Do I have to go through Security Screening?

All visitors to Parliament Buildings are required to undergo screening. The screening process provided by the Parliamentary Service Security Team helps maintain a safe and protected environment.

All visitors to Parliament House are required to sign in/out via the QR code located in the Annexe Foyer. In accordance with current COVID safe regulations, contact information about all guests are stored for contact tracing purposes for a period of minimum of 30 days and a maximum of 56 days.

If you require any assistance with the security screening process, please ask one of our Security Officers for assistance.

Need help?

Members of our security team and attendants will be available on your arrival, and throughout your visit, to assist you and answer any questions.