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Parliament Shop

The Parliament Shop has re-opened following its first refresh in 27 years!

The new look shop now provides a contemporary and light filled environment befitting the Australian Parliament in 2023. It is a space where visitors and building occupants can explore the quality products in-store.

The Parliament Shop’s product lines reflect a focus on Australian designed and made products. The Department of Parliamentary Services has collaborated with makers and designers from all around the country to create and source unique Australian products.

If you can’t get to the Parliament Shop the online Parliament Shop stocks the full range of quality products that celebrate democracy, the institution of parliament and the architecture of Parliament House. We also sell a collection of books and giftware.

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The National Showcase is a new program that will help to promote Australian made products from across the nation in the Parliament Shop.

The program is a collaboration with Parliamentarians who have been encouraged to share this opportunity for Australian small businesses. Australian suppliers are invited to apply online to have their products featured in a month-long showcase of individual states and territories in the Parliament Shop.

This will enable the Parliament to support Australian suppliers in every state and territory.

For more information on the program, view our frequently asked questions.

To find out when your state or territory will be featured in the Showcase, view our calendar.

To apply, complete the online application form.

Shop now

Open every day except Christmas Day
9 am–5 pm (non-sitting days)
9 am–5:45 pm (sitting days) 

Phone: 02 6277 5050

Email: parliament.shop@aph.gov.au

Selection of books from the Parliament Shop


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