State Parliament House - Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide’s Parliament House sits on the corner of King William Rd and North Terrance, and was built in 1889 to replace the “Old Parliament House”.
This current Parliament House was constructed in stages from 1874 to 1939. The building features beautiful architecture, and is built with Kapunda marble and West Island granite.
State Parliament House
North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
Visiting the Parliament House is free, and Committee Hearings, Question Times and Parliament Sittings can be attended free of charge – groups need to book in advance due to limited seating.
Who Should Go?
Those interested in architecture will enjoy the building’s design, while those interested in politics should seize the opportunity to sit in on a committee hearing or Parliament question time.
How To Get There:
Adelaide Parliament House is central to Adelaide Railway Station, Adelaide Railway Tram Station, and Rundle Mall Tram Station.
Buses that stop close to Parliament House include the 140, 144, 144G, 147, 155, 157, 157X, 202, 202F, 203, 203B, 203F, 204, 208, 208B, 208N, 209F, N202, 222, 224, 224F, 224X, 225F, 225X, 226F, 228, 228F, 228X, 229F, 229X, 230, 231, 232, 281, 281K, 287, 288, and the B11.
Look below for a list of events and activities happening around the State Parliament House - Adelaide.
Ratings & Reviews
Parliament House - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON open
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
Upcoming Events & What's On around State Parliament House - Adelaide, South Australia
3 Mar to 3 Jun Art Gallery of South AustraliaAdelaide
Don’t miss the Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, the country’s longest running survey of contemporary Australian art. Divided World’s presents t... more
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