Explore Australia’s oldest Parliament House
Located within the historic precinct of Sydney, this heritage-listed building is rich in history and full of hidden surprises. The colonnaded façade facing Macquarie Street is the last remaining feature of the original Rum Hospital, built 1816. Through careful modifications and restorative work over the years, this remarkable building has evolved to accommodate the two democratically elected Houses of NSW Parliament, the Legislative Assembly and the Legislative Council. There are seven unique event spaces within Parliament House that are available to hire, including a stunning auditorium, a large dining room with garden views and a majestic library which dates back to 1905. Visitors have the rare opportunity to experience key moments in the history of Australian politics whilst exploring the magnificent collection of historic artefacts, priceless art and precious antiques.
The event spaces are suitable for conferences, seminars, meetings, presentations, exhibitions, team building activities, product launches, luncheons, gala dinners, cocktail receptions, weddings, award nights and film screenings.
The heritage architecture, stately rooms and magnificent art collection provide the perfect backdrop for any occasion.
Unique spaces create memorable events.