The official opening of the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House will be from 11.00am – 11.30am on 9 May on the front steps of Old Parliament House.
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Voting at the What’s on your mind? website enters a new phase: find out more in the latest edition of Run of the house
The latest issue of the Old Parliament House newsletter, ‘Run of the House’, is now available for download.
Scheduled to open on 9 May 2009, the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House will be Australia’s first museum dedicated to telling the story of our democracy
The introduction of the Lamson tubes into Provisional Parliament House has been attributed to Senator George Pearce.
Special Minister of State, Senator John Faulkner, announced the recipients of eight APMC Fellowships and one Summer Scholarship on 25 November.
One hundred years on, it’s time we gave Andrew Fisher his due recognition. Prime Minister Kevin Rudd marked the centenary of the first Fisher Labor government on 13 November.
In September 2008, Old Parliament House sought comment on the Referral for the proposed South-East Wing Refurbishment.
New roofing works to the South East Wing are nearing completion.
A series of documentaries commissioned by Screen Australia will premiere soon on ABC1
Regular visitors to Old Parliament House, or those who once worked in this building, may remember the large terracotta panel known as The Greek Mother.
Our exhibition website, Billy Hughes at War, has finished runner up in the 2008 McFarlane Prize for excellence in Australian web design.
The redevelopment underway at OPH will provide new experiential learning opportunities for students.
Old Parliament House seeks comments by Friday 17 October 2008 on the Referral for the proposed South-East Wing Refurbishment.
Visitors to Old Parliament House and passers-by will have noticed some extensive building works taking place in recent weeks.
Old Parliament House has a number of experiments taking place over at Flickr.
Old Parliament House now offers some of its regularly updated content in the form of an RSS feed.