South Australia's Parliament Houses are important sites in Australia's democratic history. Many of the processes we take for granted, such as all men and women having the right to vote, secret ballots and one person/one vote, were first introduced in South Australia's Old and New Parliament Houses. Visitors can observe the South Australian Parliament sitting and hear question time, or join a daily free tour (on non-sitting days).
The South Australian Old and New Parliament Houses were included in the National Heritage List on 26 January 2006.
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