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Top 5 Most Popular FAQs
Are Parliament proceedings open to the public?
Yes, Parliament proceedings are open to the public.
Is parking available for visitors to Parliament House?
Visitors can park at the public underground carpark along Parliament Place (marked with a triangle on the map). Visitors who require further assistance on carpark opening hours, charges and related information may wish to contact LHN Parking at 6631 0078.
for the map.
Do I need to inform anyone or book a seat before coming to Parliament?
Parliament does not accept booking or reservation of seats. The Serjeant-at-Arms issues Admission Orders to members of the public who apply in person at the Public Lobby. Admission is granted as long as there are seats available in the galleries.
How do I know if Parliament is sitting?
Notices of Parliament sittings are publicised in the media. The notice can also be found in the Parliament website at
under the "Announcement" section.
What is the acceptable dress code while visiting a Parliament proceeding?
Visitors are required to dress modestly. Parliament House reserves the right to refuse entry to all visitors who are inappropriately attired such as singlet, shorts, slippers/sandals or attired in clothing bearing inappropriate words, slogans or symbols, including bearing political party affiliation.
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