About Parramatta

Located in the heart of Sydney, Parramatta offers a rich mix of dining, cultural, entertainment, retail and leisure experiences. From its world-class cafes and restaurants to its vibrant nightlife of theatres, cinemas and clubs, Parramatta has something on offer for everyone.

As the geographical, commercial and cultural capital of Western Sydney, Parramatta is the second largest CBD in Sydney and the sixth largest in the country. With an $14 billion dollar economy, Parramatta is a major provider of business and government services.

Parramatta Street RestaurantsWith an advanced transport infrastructure system, Parramatta plays a key regional role transporting millions of people everyday through its intergrated network of rail, road, bus and ferry services. Its central location means that Parramatta is an important hub for medical, legal, financial, educational and professional services.

Parramatta celebrates the traditions and festivals of the diverse, multicultural community that call this city home, with 52,206 residents coming from a non-English speaking background. Parramatta local government’s top five ethnic groups include:

  • Lebanese
  • English
  • Chinese
  • New Zealander
  • Indian

With a total of over 170,000 residents, the City of Parramatta includes the suburbs of:

  • Camellia
  • Carlingford (part)
  • Chester Hill
  • Clyde
  • Constitution Hill
  • Dundas
  • Dundas Valley
  • Eastwood (part)
  • Epping (part)
  • Ermington
  • Granville (part)
  • Guildford (part)
  • Harris Park (part)
  • Melrose Park (part)
  • Merrylands (part)
  • North Parramatta (part)
  • Northmead (part)
  • Oatlands (part)
  • Old Toongabbie
  • Parramatta
  • Pendle Hill (part)
  • Rosehill
  • Rydalmere
  • South Granville
  • Telopea
  • Toongabbie (part)
  • Wentworthville
  • Westmead (part)
  • Winston Hills

Last updated on 17 May 2016