There is no shortage of epic locations in and around Parramatta that are perfect for a smartphone shoot. Here are four fab local spots to capture and share.
When the evening is just getting started, you need something a little different to get your all-nighter vibe on. Check out the following venues for some good times at night.
Looking for a healthy way to unwind? Escape the frenetic pace of city living with these stellar walks, which will put you in touch with nature and bring you back to yourself.
Pack up a picnic basket, explore and cool down with a swim at Lake Parramatta Reserve.
Access via Lackey Street, North Parramatta
Spring is here! As the days get warmer, entertain the kids at one of these water play parks in and around Parramatta.
Check out this month's specials in and around Parramatta and its neighbourhoods.
This grassy, UNESCO World Heritage-listed park continues to provide an idyllic space for the Parramatta and wider community to come together, 160 years since it was first declared ‘The People’s Park’.
Located just a few minutes from the hustle and bustle of Parramatta's CBD is an all-inclusive play space perfect for play dates or weekend visit.
Just a short drive from Parramatta CBD, urban explorers can visit vibrant cafes, colourful playgrounds, explore native bushland and winding waterways.
There are plenty of ways to explore a city while being kind to the environment. Here’s our green-hearted guide to Parramatta
Discover UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old Government House, the oldest surviving public building in Australia right here in Parramatta.
From street markets and independent boutiques to fashionable malls, here’s our locals’ guide to shopping in Parramatta
Play for the meat tray or play for the fame and glory! Here are five places you can get your trivia on.
Learn about Burramatta culture – from Arrunga Bardo garden, where a wealth of bush food grows, to Third Settlement Reserve, where legendary warrior Pemulwuy battled against colonisation.
Tucked away in a corner of Centenary Square is Western Sydney's only independent record store. We chat to owner Pete Curnovic about Beatdisc in Parramatta's landscape.
Because a Sunday well spent brings a week of content.
Chase waterfalls, sink a putt or park yourself under a tree in the neighbourhoods of North Rocks and Carlingford.
Make every minute count with this whirlwind tour of the geographic and demographic heartland of Sydney.
Calling all dapper gents: here are the local barbers you need to know.
Discover some of the significant pieces of Australian history housed in Parramatta.
From outdoor adventures, to water action and plenty of hands-on history.
Whether it's for exercise, getting around or for fun, here are five cycle routes in Parramatta.
Discover the story of James Ruse’s transformation from convict to pioneering man of the land, the stuff of Australian legend.
These are our favourite dance classes in Parramatta.
Home to Australia's first private farm, and named after surgeon Dr John Harris, the suburb of Harris Park is now a thriving, dynamic, multicultural hub. Here are a few reasons why you should head to Harris Park.
Once a verdant farming valley, then a quarry and, later, home to a buzzing open-air cinema, here are four reasons to explore Dundas.
Come rain, hail or shine, sometimes being outside just doesn’t cut it for family fun. Here's some inspiration to keep the little (and big) tackers entertained.
Discover the laidback, revamped riverside suburb five kilometres west of Parramatta.
A heritage site and home to a sprawling naval storage depot, discover all there is to do at Newington Armory.
12 perfect parks for a picnic, a BBQ and a play with the kids.
Can’t stand to be separated from your furry friend? Fortunately, with these pet-approved pit stops in Parramatta you don’t have to be.
From dresses to dining, day spas to dance lessons, Parramatta is the bride-to-be’s ultimate pre-wedding day destination.
A remarkable piece of Australia’s early European history sits modestly among the houses and flats of suburban Parramatta. Elizabeth Farm was the residence of wool pioneer John Macarthur and his family from 1793.