Historical Attractions

Parliament House Darwin

Where is it at?

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Parliament House
Parliament House
Mitchell Street
Darwin
NT
0800
Tel: 8 8946 1512

Where are we going today?

The Northern Territory's Parliament House opened in 1994 and is a magnificent example of tropical architecture. It's political and historical significance make it a popular educational stop for fmailies with children old enough to comprehend government, but equally it's a stunning building which is also just pleasing to explore for smaller kids..

Free brochures are available in the foyer near the front entrance to Parliament House. The brochure allows visitors to explore the public areas of the building at their leisure.
Free guided tours last about 90 minutes and depart from the foyer at 9am and 11am every Saturday. During the Dry Season, from May to September, an additional tour is offered on Wednesdays at 10.30am. Bookings are not necessary.
Also home to the Northern Territorial Library.
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When can we go?

Daily opening. Tour times as posted.

What people are saying?

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    Pretty building that houses the parliament of this small city state. The architecture is a cool mix of neo classical and somehow tropical. The older part is very cool though the ultra modern side is a bit less interesting.

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    No connectivity at all in the main chamber. Big no no.

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