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Talk and Tour

As part of the Parliament of WA’s response to COVID-19 tours are currently suspended.


About the Talk and Tour program

Talk and Tour is a special tour program for community groups interested in learning more about the Western Australian Parliament and its history.

The program includes a 30-minute talk, combined with a 15-minute light morning or afternoon tea and a 45-minute tour of Parliament House by an experienced education guide from the Parliamentary Education Office. The tour provides fascinating insights into how Parliament works, the Westminster parliamentary system, building history, architecture and other design features.


There is a small cost of $5 per person to cover morning or afternoon tea. This money will need to be collected from the group and paid at Parliament’s reception prior to the tour commencing.

Group size

Limited to 20 persons. Please note that this tour program is in high demand so it is advisable to book as soon as possible.


Order Members!

An interesting insight into the work of Hansard reporters and why recording what is said in Parliament is important. See how Hansard reporters record parliamentary proceedings and make them available to the public. Please note that this talk is available only during Parliamentary recesses.

Quirky tales and true

Hear some of the more unusual stories about Parliament House and the people who have occupied it.

Parliamentary firsts

Explore some of the significant ‘firsts’ that have taken place in the Western Australian Parliament, a number of which were women in Parliament.

Parliament House – the people’s house

Learn about the Parliament House building, its history and architecture as well as some of its extensive art collection.

Laws and how they are made

A clear, concise explanation of the lawmaking process of your Parliament.


As part of the response to COVID-19 the Parliament of WA has cancelled all tours until further notice. See the statement from the Presiding Officers for more information.


COVID-19 Advice for Parliament - Statement from the Presiding Officers