New Zealand Parliament Pāremata Aotearoa
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Te toro, te ako

COVID-19 Update: At Level 2, the Parliament Visitor Centre will remain closed to the public. Please visit covid19.govt.nz for more information.

Ka kitea e koe i konei, pēhea ai te mahi a tō tātou Pāremata. Tērā rānei ka hiahia koe ki te toro ā-tinana mai mō tētahi haereere, ki te mātaki i Te Pāremata, ki te mau ākonga mai, ki te tae ki tētahi hui rānei – kei konei te mōhiohio ka hiahiatia e koe. Āta whakamahia ngā rauemi mā ngā ākonga me ngā kaiako, tūhuratia tō tātou hītori me ngā whare.

Panorama of Parliament grounds.

Visit

New Zealand's Parliament is open for everyone to visit. Find out how you can visit and experience Parliament and be a part of democracy in action. There are a variety of things you can do. These include taking tours, visiting exhibitions or watching debates or select committees - you can even take a virtual tour.

  • A school group learn about select committees.

    Educators and students

    This section is written with teachers and students in mind. Find out about our programmes, resources and what's going on at Parliament. Programmes are available for student groups and others who want to have a hands on learning experience at Parliament. There are resources to help you plan your visit and to support students to learn more about our democracy.

  • People entering the debating chamber.

    Public servants and special interest groups

    There are a range of educational programmes provided at Parliament for student groups, public servants, and others who want to learn about parliamentary processes. These are supported by learning resources for use by teachers, fact sheets, and procedural guides for you to download.

  • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks in the House

    E pēheatia ai ngā mahi Pāremata

    Mīharo ai koe e pēheatia ai ngā mahi Pāremata? Mā tēnei wāhanga koe e āwhinatia ai kia mārama ai ki ngā mahi Pāremata, e pēheatia ai tā mātou kōwhiri Mema Pāremata (MP), ā, e pēheatia ai te hanga ture. Ka ako hoki koe i ngā whakatūnga motuhake kei te tangata he hononga tōna ki Te Pāremata e pupuri ana. Ka ako hoki i ngā ritenga, ngā painga me ngā mana e whakahaere ana i raro.

  • Parliament buildings from the library lawn.

    Te Hītori me ngā Whare

    Kimihia ngā kōrero hītori o Te Pāremata, ā, me ngā whare i māhora mai ai taua hītori i reira, otirā, ngā tauwhāinga tōrangapū hiranga, te noho o te pāremata i mua, ā, me ngā pakiaka tukunga iho, e kite tonu nei tātou i tēnei rangi. Kawea he haereere mariko kia kite ai i Te Whare Pukapuka Gothic, Te Whare Pāremata, ā, me Te Whare Miere.

  • Hand placing a bank ballot into a box

    Parliament in Election Year

    Every three years, New Zealand holds a general election. In the lead up to the election there will be some changes to the usual daily workings of Parliament. This section explains what some of these are, and what they mean for MPs, the public, and for Parliament