See the most significant features of Australian Parliament House in Canberra.
The heart of Australian Parliamentary democracy has reopened to the public, offering daily guided tours.
See the most significant features of Australian Parliament House in the company of an expert guide, including:
- the Marble Foyer
- the Great Hall (subject to availability)
- Members Hall, and
- highlights of the Parliament House Art Collection.
The Great Hall houses the internationally renowned Great Hall Tapestry, designed by Australian artist Arthur Boyd, it took fourteen full-time weavers more than two years to complete.
Tours run regularly for a 30-minute duration with up to 20 people. Bookings are essential and must be made in advance. Please book a ticket for every person in your group, including infants and children.
Booking and Covid Safe visitor information can be found here.
Arthur Boyd (artist, 1920–1999) and Victorian Tapestry Workshop (interpretation and execution, established 1976), Great Hall Tapestry, in four panels, 1984–1988, Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra, ACT.