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Today In Parliament

Today is a sitting day

Today in the Legislative Assembly

Bills for completion this week

Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme Bill 2021
Police Informants Royal Commission Implementation Monitor Bill 2021
Judicial Proceedings Reports Amendment Bill 2021

For details and up to date information visit Assembly Live

Today in the Legislative Council

The Council starts sitting at 9.30 am. Question Time is expected to be at 12.00 noon.

The following General Business takes precedence today:

  1. Members of Parliament (Standards) Amendment Bill 2021 - Second reading
  2. Mr Davis' Notice of motion No. 604
  3. Mr O'Donohue's Notice of motion No. 603
  4. Public Health and Wellbeing Amendment (Greater Transparency and Accountability) Bill 2021 - Resumption of debate
  5. Ms Patten's Notice of motion No. 601

Notice paper (agenda)

Please note, the above is a guide and is subject to change.

For detailed and up to date information during the sitting day see the draft Minutes (progressively published over the day).


Inquiry into the Closure of the Hazelwood and Yallourn Power Stations - Have your say

The Legislative Council Economy and Infrastructure Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into the closure of Hazelwood and Yallourn power stations. Submissions are open until 27 August 2021. Read more

Inquiry into Victoria’s Criminal Justice System - Have your say

The Legislative Council Legal and Social Issues Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into Victoria's criminal justice system. Submissions close on Wednesday 1 September 2021. Read more

Inquiry into Gender Responsive Budgeting - Have your say

The Public Accounts and Estimates Committee is accepting submissions to its Inquiry into gender responsive budgeting. Submissions are open until 30 November 2021. 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

Stone restoration

Find out more about our projects to restore and renew Parliament House

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Aboriginal Change Makers - special presentation


There are no tours today as today is a sitting day.

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New resource celebrates Aboriginal Change Makers

ACM Mockup 11Aboriginal history, culture and identity feature in a landmark education resource published online.

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STEM and Society series a scientific showcase

STEM TNA new online series is highlighting the game-changing work being undertaken by various Victorian scientists and researchers.

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2021/22 Budget: independent snapshot from PBO

iStock budget 903735920The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has released its independent analysis of the 2021/22 Budget, located at

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Parliament thanks selfless charities

NVW TNThe significant work of Victorian charities has been recognised at Parliament House on the first day of National Volunteer Week.

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Groundbreaking women honoured with portraits

Portraits 1 TNThe portraits of two groundbreaking women parliamentarians have been unveiled at Parliament House.

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Council shines bright across North East Victoria

Bright TNThe Legislative Council’s first regional sitting in nine years has been declared an overwhelming success.

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Parliament pays tribute to fallen police

Police commemoration 2 PicParliament has commemorated the first anniversary of the tragic crash that killed four Victoria Police officers on Melbourne’s Eastern Freeway.

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On This Day

Monday, 4 August 1851

The first gold was discovered at Clunes in Victoria.