First Women in Parliament

This tour introduces you to the first women in Australian politics and the challenges they faced.

Location

King's Hall

When

Saturday and Sunday at 2.15pm

Duration

45 minutes

Cost

Free

The first woman to be elected, the first to lead a political party, the first to hold a portfolio - who were these women and what was working in parliament like for them?  

Hear about the paths they forged for all women in their journey to become members, ministers, Speakers and leaders in our democracy. 

International Women's Day

Join us on Friday 8 March for this tour at 11am and 2pm.

Book 

Book a group tour

We offer private group tours of First Women in Parliament. 

  • 2 – 10 participants: $60
  • 11 – 20 participants: $120
  • 21 – 40 participants: $240
  • 41 – 60 participants: $360
  • Then for every 15 additional participants: +$72
  • Bookings starting or finishing outside of museum hours: $+150

Phone 02 6270 8222 or email reception@moadoph.gov.au to book. 

Plan your visit

All areas of this tour are wheelchair accessible.