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Deregulation for hemp growers urged
Economy | 27 September 2023
Hemp industry figures have called for cuts to industry regulation during testimony to the Legislative Council Economy and Infrastructure Committee.
Collaboration for better democracy
General | 20 September 2023
Parliamentary partnerships are contributing to important development in our region.
Breaking barriers for diverse voices
General | 14 September 2023
More young people from a variety of backgrounds are advocating for a seat at the decision-making table.
Artists chosen for portraits of groundbreaking women
General | 11 September 2023
Victorian artists Anne Middleton and Jaq Grantford have been selected to paint the portraits of two groundbreaking Victorian women.
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Public tour of Parliament House
Explore this historically significant building, while learning more about the role, history and work of the Parliament.
Experience high tea at Parliament of Victoria – a tradition that members and visitors have enjoyed since 1924.
Architecture tour of Parliament House
Join us for a free tour focusing on the architectural history and design of this Melbourne icon.
Strangers' Corridor Restaurant
Enjoy lunch in the restaurant on level one at Parliament. Elegant, with dark timbers, contemporary artworks and accents of gold, red and pink tones shape an ambient sense of taste.
Acknowledgement of Country
Parliament of Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which Parliament House stands. We also acknowledge Traditional Owners across Victoria, and Elders past, present and emerging.
Artwork (pictured below): Yarkeen Mirring (Dreaming Country) by Tom Day, Gunditjmara, Yorta Yorta and Wemba Wemba, featured in Parliament of Victoria’s Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan