Enjoy once-in-a-lifetime, below-decks and behind-the-scenes access to Australian Parliament House, along with a dining experience usually reserved for visiting dignitaries.
Visitors will build an understanding of architect Romaldo Giurgola’s unique vision—from its European origins to its Australian materials and interpretation that caps Walter Burley-Griffin’s Canberra plan.
Don your hard hats for an exclusive visit to the Parliamentary Art and Furniture Collections and other off-limits spaces. In-house chefs will prepare a High Tea with seasonal offerings, and a gin tasting.
Walk away with stories of your exclusive look at one of the country’s lesser-known but most significant art and furniture collections, as well as a gift tote bag including the book Interwoven by Pamille Berg on the commissioned art and craft of Australian Parliament House and a bottle of ‘Parliamentary Librarian’s Gin’ produced exclusively for us by McHenry’s Distillery, Port Arthur.
Privately-hosted talks and tours; Exclusive access to the Art & Furniture Collections; High Tea. Day concludes with gin tasting and presentation of gift tote bag with publication Interwoven and McHenry’s APH gin.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Full terms and conditions will be provided during the booking process or upon request.