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Heritage and High Tea at Parliament House
Explore and experience where some of Queensland's biggest decisions are made and debated while at the same time savouring a Christmas Special High Tea in the Strangers' Dining Room at Queensland's Parliament House on 12 December 2019.
Photo courtesy Parlliament House
Parliament House is Queensland's premier heritage building and one of Brisbane's best known landmarks. Located on the corner of George and Alice Streets, it overlooks the expansive and majestic Botanic Gardens. It is further bound by the Brisbane River and the Queensland University of Technology. The buildings contained within the parliamentary precinct date from different stages in the history of Queensland, ranging from 1868 through to 1979.
Along with the scrumptious treats of HIgh Team, you can take a a complimentary 30-45 minute tour of the heritage listed Parliament House building.
Given the profile of this building, all attendees must provide Government issued photo ID upon entry. Guests are asked to arrive at approximately 9.45am to allow time for security processing before High Tea service commences at 10.00am and concludes at 11:30am
High Tea guests are invited to enter the Parliamentary Precinct via the Parliamentary Annexe, located on Alice St. For security reasons, guests are not permitted to leave the Annexe foyer area without an escort. A member of staff will collect High Tea guests from the foyer of the Parliamentary Annexe and escort them to the Strangers' Dining Room.
Please note that there is no visitor parking available at Queensland Parliament House.
Come dressed in your favourite smart casual attire for the occasion. Tickets range from $27.46 – $53.32
About Parliament House Parliament House is one of the Queensland's most distinguished heritage building and one of the city's best known landmarks. Located on the corner of George and Alice Streets, it overlooks the green foliage of the city Botanic Gardens.
The buildings contained within the parliamentary precinct date from different stages in the history of Queensland, ranging from 1868 through to 1979.
For further information about the Christmas special high tea ring 3553 6377 or email email@example.com
Make this Christmas a touch of heritage and High Tea at Parliament House, Brisbane.