This is a complex of buildings that combines quaint and modern architecture. Walking inside is naturally in awe.
This was an interesting visit, best suited to those with an inquisitive mind as the tour is for the most part self guided. Visiting during the holidays when the MPs were on break meant that we had access to different rooms such as the legislative councils chamber and the chamber of the legislative assembly that otherwise would've been in use. A kind guide showed us around the lower house which was helpful but for the rest of the building we relied on the informative leaflet we were handed. Overall a good visit.
It’s a beautiful and historic building. Sometimes there are political activities here.
It feels that few tourists come to this place. This is the parliament of New South Wales, which is equivalent to the Provincial People’s Congress of China. It is free to visit and you can walk into the conference hall if you have the opportunity. The staff are very friendly ! Security check is needed at the entrance~
I don’t know why these ordinary scenic spots have also become scenic spots, which are far behind the big shell