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View of Parliament House with light snow on the Brindabellas

Parliament on a bright winter morning, with a light dusting of snow on the Brindabellas. Photo: AUSPIC

The suite of the Speaker of the House of Representatives

The Speaker’s Suite. The suite of the Speaker of the House of Representatives is one of five special suites featuring Australian craftsmanship and artistry at their best. Photo: AUSPIC

The suite of the President of the Senate

The President’s Suite. The suite of the President of the Senate is one of five special suites featuring bespoke furniture and fittings from master artisans from around the country. Photo: AUSPIC

View of Members' Hall showing the reflective pool

A feature of Members Hall is a reflective pool made from a single, eight-tonne slab of South Australian Black Imperial granite. Photo: AUSPIC

Parliament House facade

Spectacular façade features abound at Parliament House. Photo: AUSPIC

View of the Parliament House flagmast

The dramatic 81-metre flag mast is visible from almost every angle outside the building. Photo: AUSPIC

Interior courtyard in the Senate wing

A glimpse into one of the beautiful interior courtyards in the Senate Wing. Photo: AUSPIC

The Marble Foyer, Parliament House

The Marble Foyer, with its 48 marble columns, is a favourite destination of visitors. Photo: AUSPIC

View of the Great Hall with the tapestry designed by Arthur Boyd

The Great Hall is the venue for formal state receptions. Photo: AUSPIC

Parliament House at night

A dramatic night view of the building. The flag flies from the flag mast 24 hours a day. Photo: AUSPIC

The black and white floor of the Marble Foyer

The floor of the Marble Foyer pairs black granite with white marble to dramatic effect. Photo: AUSPIC

The Cabinet Room, Parliament House

The Cabinet room is where decisions are taken that affect all Australians. Photo: AUSPIC

Parliament House flagmast

The 81-metre flag mast is one of the world’s largest stainless steel structures. Photo: AUSPIC

Frost on the Parliament House lawns

In winter the grassy slopes can become fields of glittering frost. Photo: AUSPIC

Parliament House under a stormy sky

Parliament House stark white under a stormy sky. Photo: AUSPIC

The Parliament House flagmast and a background of storm clouds

The flag mast against a dramatic sky. Photo: AUSPIC

View of Parliament House with light snow on the Brindabellas
The suite of the Speaker of the House of Representatives
The suite of the President of the Senate
View of Members' Hall showing the reflective pool
Parliament House facade
View of the Parliament House flagmast
Interior courtyard in the Senate wing
The Marble Foyer, Parliament House
View of the Great Hall with the tapestry designed by Arthur Boyd
Parliament House at night
The black and white floor of the Marble Foyer
The Cabinet Room, Parliament House
Parliament House flagmast
Frost on the Parliament House lawns
Parliament House under a stormy sky
The Parliament House flagmast and a background of storm clouds
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