South Australia’s Parliament House is a classically designed building with majestic marble columns, Corinthian capitals and keystone portrayals of nineteenth century governors, presidents and speakers. It is located on the corner of King William Street and North Terrace, across the road from Government House.
Visitors are welcome whenever parliament is sitting or they may take advantage of free tours which are available on non-sitting weekdays at 10am and 2pm. Question Time is a popular highlight at 2pm on sitting days.
Education Officers and Community Engagement Officers are available, principally to help schools and community groups learn more about each House of parliament and its work.
Visit the Parliament's website for more information about the history of the Parliament and for up to date information on parliamentary business and sitting times.
History & Heritage