Commonwealth Parliament Offices
The offices are located within the 1 Bligh Street building
Commonwealth Government office
Government of Australia
Commonwealth Parliament Offices, Sydney, Australia are used as a base in Sydney for members of the Australian Cabinet. The offices are located at levels 19-21, 1 Bligh Street, Sydney. They provide a venue for the Cabinet to meet whilst in Sydney. [1 ]
The former Commonwealth Parliament Offices in Sydney were located at Charterbridge House, 56-70 Phillip Street, Sydney, only one block from Circular Quay and across the road from the Museum of Sydney which is the site of the first Government House in Sydney. They were host to various international leaders During
APEC Australia 2007 in September 2007, with visiting heads of state including President of the United States George W. Bush, President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, President of the People's Republic of China Hu Jintao and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe. The Sydney Office of the Prime Minister of Australia John Howard was situated on the 9th floor of the building.
George W. Bush and John Howard walking along Phillip Street outside the Commonwealth Parliament Offices.
George W. Bush and John Howard meeting inside the Commonwealth Parliament Offices.
George W. Bush and John Howard signing a treaty inside the Commonwealth Parliament Offices.
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Coordinates: 33°51′53.33″S 151°12′38.24″E / 33.8648139°S 151.2106222°E