This website will be progressively updated as the final outcome of the election of 2 July is known, and as the 45th Parliament meets.

Learning

Learning

  • View Parliament NOW

    Parliament NOW

    The Parliament is made up of 226 parliamentarians – 150 members in the House of Representatives and 76 senators in the Senate.

  • View Fact Sheets

    Fact Sheets

    The Fact Sheets are an A–Z of the Parliament. They provide detailed information about its history, processes and people, as well as its role in governing Australia.

  • View Closer Look

    Closer Look

    Discover Australia's Parliament through a detailed exploration of how it works, its structure and origins, and the people and events that have shaped Australia's system of governance.

  • View Your Questions on Notice

    Your Questions on Notice

    The Parliamentary Education Office can help with your questions about the Australian Parliament. Search the answers to already asked questions or ask your own question. Your Questions on Notice replaces Assignment Assistant. 

  • View To our last shilling: the Australian Parliament and World War I

    To our last shilling: the Australian Parliament and World War I

    Explore World War I from the perspective of the Australian Parliament. To our last shilling is designed to assist with the teaching of the Australian History Curriculum.

  • View Federal Parliament History Timeline

    Federal Parliament History Timeline

    Explore the history of Australia’s Parliament with this easy to use timeline. Investigate the milestones to find out how the work of the Parliament has influenced the development of Australia since federation.

  • View Kidsview

    Kidsview

    Kidsview is a collection of animations and interactives which make learning about parliament fun and accessible.

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