Public tours of Parliament House are available. Public tours are available at
10am and 2pm on non-sitting weekdays for walk-in visitors: /en/Visit/Tours#GeneralPublic
(see ‘Identification Requirement’ section below)
School group and community group
bookings are available. For more information regarding how to make bookings visit: /en/Visit/Tours
See Question Time
Question Time starts at 2pm in the House of Assembly and 2.15pm in the Legislative
Council on Parliament Sitting Days. Click here to view
the sitting calendar. Question Time is open to the public and free of charge. Groups need to book due to the
limited seating space. Phone: (08) 8237 9467 for further information. (see ‘Identification
Requirement’ section below)
Visit Parliament Sitting
The public gallery in both the House of Assembly and Legislative Council is open and free of charge to visitors
when the Parliament is sitting. Click here to view
the sitting calendar. Groups need to book due to the limited seating space Phone: (08) 8237 9467 for further
information. (see ‘Identification Requirement’ section below)
The accessible entrance to Parliament House is available via the Old Parliament
House doors on North Terrace.
Please call (08) 8237 9200 for assistance. There is an intercom at the
entrance doors for your convenience.
Identification will be required for anyone over 18 years wishing to join a public tour
or view the sittings of the chambers or committees in Parliament House.
The Parliament of South Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of this country throughout Australia, and their connection to land and
community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to the Elders both past and present.