ART TOUR
With the generous support of the Art Gallery of Western Australia guides, the Parliament will be conducting a tour of some of the artwork in the parliamentary art collection on Friday 2 June from 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm. If you are interested in attending, please register with imacphail@parliament.wa.gov.au or phone 9222 7219.

NATIONAL SORRY DAY
Parliament is lit purple in recognition of National Sorry Day and the 20th Anniversary of the release of the landmark ‘Bringing Them Home Report’ tabled in Federal Parliament. The symbol of Sorry Day is a purple five petal Native Cotton (Desert Rose), which symbolises the scattering of the stolen generations. The colour purple denotes compassion and spiritual healing.

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PUBLIC TOURS
Members of the public are welcome to take a free one-hour tour of Parliament House.
Mondays and Thursdays (except public holidays) at 10.30am and
Fridays (except public holidays) at 2.00pm.
Gather main (eastern) entrance to Parliament House
Enquiries 9222 7222

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