In the Legislative Council


The Legislative Council is the Upper House of the NSW Parliament. It’s often called the ‘House of Review’ because of its role in scrutinising Government legislation, and holding the Government to account. In addition to its legislative work, the Council also scrutinises the Government in other ways, such as the questioning of Ministers at Question Time, and through our active committee system.

More information and a record of proceedings can be found on the NSW Parliament website. Sitting days for the Legislative Council can be found here.d

For Adam’s speeches in the Legislative Council – click here.

For debate on legislation and contributions to Bills – click here.

For Adam’s Questions to Ministers in the Legislative Council – click here.