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Parliament of Australia

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Parliament Dr, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia

Parliament of Australia is a business providing services in the field of Museum, . The business is located in Parliament Dr, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia.
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Parliament of Australia is located in Australian Capital Territory state. On the street of Parliament Drive .

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Address: Parliament Dr, Canberra ACT 2601, Australia
Postal code: 2601

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  • Minh Hiền Trương on Google

    (August 19, 2020, 4:05 am)

    The building was opened on 9 May 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York (later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother). The opening ceremonies were both splendid and incongruous, given the sparsely built nature of Canberra of the time and its small population. The building was extensively decorated with British Empire and Australian flags and bunting. Temporary stands were erected bordering the lawns in front of the Parliament and these were filled with crowds. A Wiradjuri elder, Jimmy Clements, was one of only two aboriginal Australians present, having walked for about a week from Brungle Station (near Tumut) to be at the event. Dame Nellie Melba sang the National anthem (at that time God Save the King). The Duke of York unlocked the front doors with a golden key, and led the official party into King's Hall where he unveiled the statue of his father, King George V. The Duke then opened the first parliamentary session in the new Senate Chamber.

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