Old Parliament House
With stunning natural light and sweeping views across to Parliament House, the Museum of Australian Democracy at historic Old Parliament House has long been the venue for spectacular celebrations. From royal banquets and official state receptions, to corporate conferences and galas alike, this venue has been host to it all. Restored to its original grandeur, this renowned heritage listed venue continues to provide a sophisticated and elegant backdrop for events of all styles.
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CapacityUp to 500 cocktail
Up to 350 banquet
Address18 King George Terrace
Parkes ACT 2600
Telephone1300 870 433
Members' Dining Rooms
There are three separate Members Dining Rooms that can either be partitioned or used as one large ballroom. All have been faithfully restored with beautiful heritage features. Your guests will be awed by the history of the rooms, dining in the same seats as Australian and world leaders.
With its richly stained timber panelling and period fixtures, this room exudes history.
CapacityUp to 65 cocktail
An ideal space for small board meetings or intimate dinners, but also perfect as a bridal room.
CapacityUp to 30 boardroom, 10 boardroom
Private Dining Rooms
The Private Dining Rooms adapt beautifully to any event.
The life-sized statue of King George V overlooks high patterned ceilings, stunning parquetry floors and period lighting fixtures. King’s Hall has been the setting of hundreds of historic celebrations and receptions. Why not add yours to the list?
CapacityUp to 500 cocktail, 230 banquet
House of Representatives and Senate Chambers
Stage your debate where some of the most momentous speeches of Australian history took place or welcome your conference delegates in true historic style with a welcome address they won’t forget..
House of Representatives: 174 seated
Senate: 152 seated
House of Representatives and Senate Courtyards
The central, symmetrical courtyards of Old Parliament House are perfect for weddings ceremonies, cocktail receptions and dinners. They are completely surrounded by the building making them very private spaces – a rarity for outdoor venues, and reminiscent of secret gardens.