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Government Buildings - Parliament

Ratu Sukuna Rd | Veiuto, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji
+679 330 5811
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These impressive, orange-colored government buildings were modeled after traditional Fijian thatched huts, and the complex is open to visitors.
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Ratu Sukuna Rd | Veiuto, Suva, Viti Levu, Fiji
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+679 330 5811
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A magnificent old building well worth the visit and the lawyers in trial in the High Courts of Fiji are still wigged

Thank r_chambersSuva
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very impressive building Important part of Fiji History this building is situated just out of the main city area and houses most of the Courts in Suva. We didn't go inside preferring to take in the views from outside. Located over the road from...More

Thank dennisp859
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Worth a visit - great location and Grand Pacific Hotel (GPH as commonly known) is just across the road. Beautiful gardens and more desirable place in Suva. Also nearby is the museum and Albert Park where Kingsford Smith landed his aircraft.

1  Thank aarp p
Reviewed 14 February 2017

This is one of the most important and historic buildings in Fiji. Hosts the Parliament, High Court & Appellate Courts and many Government Offices. Inside the courtrooms and the parliament one would admire the grand architecture. Not a major tourist attraction as mostly it is...More

1  Thank Kashyapa W
Reviewed 29 December 2016

I see it constantly accross the street but have not visited yet although there are organized tours available and its right there in Albert Park. and in front of the poshest hotel in town, the Grand Pacific, restored and remodeled.

Thank MarenCali_Colombia
Reviewed 22 December 2016

It was good to see - not sure if there were tours inside. But worth a look. The front grounds are pretty and good photo opportunity.

Thank lunchgirlparty
Reviewed 20 December 2016

I've been there for a variety of reasons and found it very confusing. Mostly because of the inadequate directions I get each time. The buildings host the high courts and many judicial offices but not all courts. Juvenile and civil courts are held in wooden...More

Thank michelleinparadise
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Good Place to visit as this is one of Fiji's heritage building currently houses the new Parliament of Fiji and the Court House.

Thank Nalio N
Reviewed 2 December 2016

Have a look of this stunning building, take a walk in the garden, visit the statues of important founders of nation, and if you have time visit inside the building. Was very surprise of this nice sample of the Art Deco style in the middle...More

Thank Christian7773
Reviewed 19 October 2016

The Government Buildings in Suva are the offices of the executive wing of Government of Fiji. The lovely Art Deco buildings were built in the late 30s. Now they house the Prime Minister of Fiji's offices, the High Court, and government ministries. Alos, very nearby...More

Thank KarolaRS
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CarmenWSydney
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Response from Richard F | Reviewed this property |
No, most everything there is closed. Families go to church and spend the day together.
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