A bipartisan delegation led by Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Birmingham will travel to Israel next week.
He will be joined by Labor MPs Josh Burns and Michelle Ananda-Rajah, plus Andrew Wallace and Zoe McKenzie from the Coalition, in a show of solidarity for the Middle Eastern nation.
The trip has piled more pressure on the Albanese government as both he and Foreign Minister Penny Wong are yet to announce plans to go.
It is understood the Greens will not be taking part.
In a statement to News Corp Senator Birmingham said: “With dozens of presidents, prime ministers and ministers from like-minded countries having visited Israel since the terrorist attacks of October 7, it is disgraceful that not one Albanese government minister has done so”.