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State parliaments and members' contacts

Australia has a federal system of government with a national parliament and legislative assemblies and councils (parliaments) in each state and territory. Each state except Queensland has a lower house called the Legislative Assembly or House of Assembly, and an upper house called the Legislative Council. The parliaments of Queensland and the two territories only have a Legislative Assembly.

Select your state or territory for links to their parliaments and to find contact information for members.

ACT | NSW | NT | QLD | SA | TAS | VIC | WA | NI


Australian Capital Territory


New South Wales^ Go to top


Northern Territory^ Go to top


Queensland^ Go to top


South Australia^ Go to top


Tasmania^ Go to top


Victoria^ Go to top


Western Australia^ Go to top


Norfolk Island^ Go to top

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