Unfortunately we did not manage the timing to go inside the building but walking around looking at the outside is worth it on its own. It is truly another stunning example of the many amazing architecturally interesting and unique buildings in the Adelaide city.
At first we did not realise that the building over the road was in fact parliament building, as it was so open to the public,but on walking up the steps( and they are steep)we could not enter as it was a weekend. It has a fantastic view down Collins Street
This building along with the General Post Office and Town Hall are some of the older buildings in the city along with several cathedrals and it's a fine example of a time when built to last really meant something. The architecture and design are great and can be enjoyed even if you're an amateur so stop by for a few... 更多
Interesting history about the building, library with very old books - in particular the one with an inscription from Queen Victoria, Magna Carta (a first reprint from memory with translation), maps and facts about SA Parliament in general. Really glad we made the visit.
We went with the Senior's group from church - a guided tour . We were taken in each room that was available and excellent info given by the guide - everyone enjoyed it.
Easy to get in. No tours were available so things to see were limited. Both houses were in session. No photos in the upper house, but photos without flash ok in the lower house. We listened for a while in each house but it sounded about as dysfunctional as the U.S. Of the government buildings we have seen this one... 更多
We managed to be in the area about 2 PM on a weekday and were able to take a free guided tour. (Tours are also held at 11 AM, weekdays.) Our guide was staff member Anthony, who was full of information and enthusiasm. He showed us the two sections of the building that had been constructed 60 years apart. The... 更多