Old Parramatta Town Walk

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Old Parramatta Town Walk

Ever been to Parramatta? Why not venture out to Sydney’s perimeter for the day? A spot of shopping…a leisurely stroll around the river and centre city.

Closeby, Parramatta’s Westfield offers some of the best ‘mall’ shopping in NSW. So why not check it out and make a day of it?

Starting the tour

Parramatta Visitors’ Centre

Section 1:
Directions:

Starting off at the Parramatta Visitors’ Centre (nearest intersection Church and Market Sts.) Walk along the river to the left up until you reach the Barry Wilde Bridge.

Stopover:

Barry Wilde Bridge

Section 2:
Directions:

Cross over the Barry Wilde Bridge and turn right walking along the river again until you come to the Lennox Bridge.

Stopover:

Lennox Bridge

Section 3:
Directions:

Do not cross over the Lennox bridge, continue on to the left down Church St.

Stopover:

Church St

Section 4:
Directions:

Turn right into Phillip St and then left into Marsden St passing the Police Station and Court House Tower to your left.

Stopover:

Police Station and Court House Tower

Section 5:
Directions:

To your right near the George St intersection is Brislington.

Stopover:

Brislington

Section 6:
Directions:

Continue along Marsden St and left into Macquarie St past St John’s Cathedral.

Stopover:

St John’s Cathedral

Section 7:
Directions:

Further along Macquarie St you will pass the Town Hall to your right and the Leigh Memorial Church Library.

Stopover:

Town Hall…The Leigh Memorial Church Library

Section 8:
Directions:

Turn right into Smith St and then right again into Darcy St past the train station.

Stopover:

train station

Section 9:
Directions:

Continue along Darcy and left into Church St, passing Westfield Parramatta on your right.

Stopover:

Westfield Parramatta

Section 10:
Directions:

Turn right into Campbell St and then right into O’Connell where you will hit St John’s Cemetery on the left.

Stopover:

St John’s Cemetery

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