Improving access to TAFE for learners with disability
Landmark report from Legislative Assembly Economy and Infrastructure Committee makes 44 recommendations.
Our living library
From gentleman's club to digital detectives, our Parliamentary Library turns 170. Read more
Today In Parliament
Inquiry into the Protections within the Victorian Planning Framework - Have your sayThe Legislative Council Environment and Planning Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into the protections within the Victorian Planning Framework. Submissions close on 31 January 2022. Read more
Inquiry into the Closure of the Hazelwood and Yallourn Power Stations - Have your sayThe Legislative Council Economy and Infrastructure Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into the closure of Hazelwood and Yallourn power stations. Submissions close on 17 December 2021. Read more
Inquiry into Support for Older Victorians from Migrant and Refugee Backgrounds - Have your sayThe Legislative Assembly Legal and Social Issues Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into support for older Victorians from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Submission close on 31 January 2022. 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
Parliament Prize winners announced
Students from Mt Hira College, Brighton Secondary, Girton Grammar and Hoppers Crossing Secondary have taken out the top prizes in this year’s Parliament Prize.Read more
Celebrating National Week of Deaf People
From 20-26 September the Victorian Parliament is celebrating the National Week of Deaf People.Read more
New resource celebrates Aboriginal Change Makers
Aboriginal history, culture and identity feature in a landmark education resource published online.Read more
STEM and Society series a scientific showcase
A new online series is highlighting the game-changing work being undertaken by various Victorian scientists and researchers.Read more
2021/22 Budget: independent snapshot from PBO
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has released its independent analysis of the 2021/22 Budget, located at pbo.vic.gov.au.Read more
Parliament thanks selfless charities
The significant work of Victorian charities has been recognised at Parliament House on the first day of National Volunteer Week.Read more
Groundbreaking women honoured with portraits
The portraits of two groundbreaking women parliamentarians have been unveiled at Parliament House.Read more
On This Day
Governor Hotham declared Martial Law in Ballarat following the Eureka Stockade rebellion.