Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communications and the Arts
The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House's strategic vision is to be bold, relevant, dynamic and authentic by: - Being a catalyst for uncensored conversations - Empowering and engaging communities - Being a welcoming and vibrant meeting place - A sustainable and thriving future Through its exhibitions and education programs, the Museum enables audiences to enjoy, appreciate and understand the role of democracy in the history and future of Australia. In addition, the Museum conserves, interprets and provides access to the significant heritage-listed Old Parliament House building for future generations. Old Parliament House was the home of Australia's Federal Parliament from 1927 to 1988 and is an icon of outstanding national significance, symbolising a key period in the democratic history of Australia.

Further information

  • Type of Body

    R. Management Board

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    Act / Regulation

  • Established By/Under More info

    Executive Agency, under Section 65 Public Service Act 1999

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    X. Internal Management

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  • Postal Address

    18 King George Terrace
    Parkes ACT 2600

Current board appointments

Position Appointee Start Date End Date
Chair Mr. Barrie Cassidy 30 May 2023 29 May 2026
Deputy Chair Mr. Bernard Wright AO 9 December 2022 8 December 2024
Member Mr. Greg Craven 9 April 2022 8 April 2025
Member Ms. Gai Brodtmann 30 May 2023 29 May 2026
CEO/Executive Director/Managing Director Ms. Stephanie Bull 22 February 2023 21 February 2028
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