How is it decided where our elected member sits in the government?

Please explain how it's decided who sits in the upper house, the lower house, the senate etc. I'm so confused. I'd love to know the process for decision making in both state and federal governments. Is Qld the only state that doesn't have an upper house and what does that mean for us?

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