Parliament of Victoria Meals Initiative
Thousands of meals prepared for people in need.
Too many steps to access the great outdoors
Between 300,000 and 400,000 Melburnians do not live within walkable access of adequate open space. Read more
Today In Parliament
Inquiry into access to TAFE for learners with disability - Public hearingThe Legislative Assembly Economy and Infrastructure Committee is holding public hearings for its Inquiry into access to TAFE for learners with disability on Monday 7 December 2020. The hearings will be broadcast on our website. Read more
Inquiry into the Use of Cannabis in Victoria - Have your sayThe Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into the use of cannabis in Victoria. Submissions are open until further notice. Read more
Inquiry into Management of Child Sex Offender Information - Have your sayThe Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into management of child sex offender information. Submissions are open until further notice. Read more
School and Booked Tours
The Parliament of Victoria offers a range of activities for students at primary, secondary, tertiary and adult education levels. These activities include tours, role plays and metropolitan school visits.
Large groups or organisations of 6 or more people are also encouraged to book one of our tours. To check the availability for each type of tour please click here.
Restoration and renewal projects
Find out more about our projects to restore and renew Parliament House
Latest News & Events
Disability Action and Inclusion Plan launched
On the International Day of People with Disability, our Presiding Officers have launched a Disability Action and Inclusion Plan for the Parliament.Read more
2020/21 Budget snapshot from the PBO
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has released its independent analysis of the Department of Treasury and Finance’s 2020/21 Budget, published at pbo.vic.gov.au.Read more
Webinar explores algorithms in the courtroom
Dr Inbar Levy from the Melbourne Law School has presented the Parliamentary Library’s third webinar.Read more
New research paper on social procurement
A new research paper ‘The Promise of Social Procurement’ has been released by the Victorian Parliamentary Library.Read more
Student vision on display in Parliament Prize
Students from Viewbank Primary, MacKillop Catholic Regional College and Scotch College have taken out the top honours in this year’s Parliament Prize.Read more
Oxford University Fellow presents Library Webinar
Melbourne-born Dr Toby Ord from Oxford University has presented the Parliamentary Library’s second webinar.Read more
Creating vaccines at pandemic speed for COVID-19
Professor Trent Munro from The University of Queensland has spoken about vaccines for COVID-19 at our Parliamentary Library’s first public webinar.Read more
On This Day
Governor Hotham declared Martial Law in Ballarat following the Eureka Stockade rebellion.