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If you have never been to this area of the city before then let us provide you with a brief introduction on what to do and where to go...
This suburb located west of central Sydney has come a long way since it was founded in 1788 as a place to grow grain. Parramatta has become a commercial and business center that has made it an alternative to the CBD for business owners thanks to a recent major development program. It sits on the banks of the Parramatta River.
Getting Around Parramatta
As a major interchange on the Sydney Rail Network, as well as being a major bus interchange getting to and from Parramatta is easy. It also offers several bus routes through Parramatta, including the free Route 900 offered by the Parramatta City Council that circles the business district.
Those in town for a sporting event can also take advantage of the free bus running between the Parramatta Stadium and railway station during major sporting events. A ferry and light rail are other options available.
Things to Do in Parramatta
Old and new come together offering up loads to do in Parramatta for history buffs, adventure seekers, and those just looking for some fun and food while in the suburb for business.
The Blue Mountains –
You can’t beat the breathtaking views of the Blue Mountains. This World-Heritage listed area offers incredible lookouts and scenic bushwalks. Visit on your own or book a guided tour to get the most of your time in this awe-inspiring place.
Be sure to visit Katoomba at the centre of the Blue Mountains, where you’ll find restaurants, hotels, and Scenic World which features Australia’s highest cable car (Skyway) and biggest cable car (Cableway).
Old Government House –
This 1799 heritage property was once the country residence of the early governors and is now a museum. The oldest public building in Australia, the Old Government House features a courtyard restaurants and riverside park.
Westfield Parramatta –
Get your shop on at Australia’s fourth largest shopping centre. With close to 500 stores spread over 5 levels, Westfield is a must-see when visiting Parramatta.
Eating and Drinking in Parramatta
Winston Hotel –
Enjoy a meal or relaxing accommodation in the newly designed Winston Hotel. The Winston Bar and the Winston Dining are award-winning and rated high on TripAdvisor for amazing food and drink selection. It’s also located just off the M2 making it an ideal spot for those in town on business.
Bavarian Bier Café –
You’ll be blown away the moment you step into Parramatta’s Bavarian Bier Café, which is inside a fully-restored historical church. An incredible beer selection and a menu of Bavarian fare are the icing on the cake of this gorgeous eatery that seats 700+ people.
Port Bar –
You can’t beat this location being just a few meters off the ferry terminal. The Port Bar is known for its incredible food and affordable prices. This relaxed eatery on the Parramatta River is open day and night so you can enjoy an espresso or meal al fresco or meet friends for drinks off of their impressive beer, wine, and cocktail menus.
Whether you’re just popping in on a day trip or in Parramatta for work, there’s no shortage of things to do in this bustling suburb of Sydney. It’s the perfect place for business and pleasure.