171 Making of address
An address to the Queen or the Governor-General shall be proposed on motion after notice in the usual manner.
172 Presentation of address
- Addresses to the Queen shall be transmitted to the Governor-General by the President, requesting that they be forwarded for presentation.
- Addresses to the Governor-General shall be presented by the President, unless the Senate otherwise orders.
- When an address is ordered to be presented by the Senate, the President, accompanied by senators, shall proceed to the place the Governor-General appoints, and, being admitted to the Governor-General's presence, the President shall read the address to the Governor-General, the senator who moved the address being with the President.
- The Governor-General's answer to an address presented by the Senate shall be reported by the President.