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Parking and transport

The Justice Precinct carpark will be closed from 6pm Saturday 25 May to 8am Sunday 26 May for important upgrade works. All other Council carparks remain open during this time.


May 2024 - Parramatta Wharf temporary closure

Between Monday 13 May and Thursday 23 May, the F3 Parramatta River Ferry service will not run between Rydalmere Wharf and Parramatta Wharf. The planned closure will allow Transport for NSW to safely remove the fully enclosed scaffolding system in place on the Gasworks Bridge.

Replacement bus service
While the ferry service is unavailable, a replacement bus service Route 60F3 will run between Parramatta Wharf, Phillip Street, and the Rydalmere Wharf bus stop. Signage will be in place to assist passengers.

Please allow an additional five to ten minutes of travel time when planning your public transport trips. Visit for further information on public transport changes.



Parramatta CBD is easily accessible by train, bus and RiverCat. The Parramatta Transport Interchange provides a gateway to Western Sydney by linking rail services with the Western Sydney Transitway Network, local buses and other transport services.

The City of Parramatta manages parking, facilitates bicycle access and encourages the use of public transport within the city. Commuters and visitors can also travel around the city centre on the free shuttle bus or by foot. In addition, Parramatta has two car share locations to help those who do most of their travel by public transport but occasionally need a car.

By promoting multiple methods of public and shared transport, the City of Parramatta and the Office of Environment and Heritage are helping to reduce Parramatta's greenhouse gas emissions.


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City of Parramatta operates paid ticket parking in the city centre and North Parramatta that helps visitors to find parking spaces and encourage greater patronage of local businesses.

Lower ticket parking rates apply in the northern and southern fringes of the CBD.

Parking restrictions have also been installed beyond the metered area to ensure that there is parking available for residents, visitors, and local businesses.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

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Electric Vehicle Charging Stations now available within Parramatta Station Car Park

Council has installed three (3) new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations covering 6 parking spots at Parramatta Station Car Park (Wentworth Street). The new stations are located on the ground floor within designated EV car spaces. Drivers will be able to charge their car using dedicated 22kW, Type 2 chargers. The chargers are universal and can be used to charge most cars including Teslas. 
Charging at Council’s EV stations is included in the parking fees.

Council has also installed an EV charger at the Rydalmere Operation Centre available for fleet and visitors to use.

Through the Australian Government, ARENA funding will provide additional EV fast chargers within the local government area in 2022. 

The location of EV charging points within the City of Parramatta will able to be searched using Parking Finder.


Transport for NSW services

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Transport for NSW offers services throughout the state, including train, bus and ferry services in the local Parramatta area.

Sydney trains

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Western line

  • Clyde
  • Granville
  • Harris Park
  • Parramatta
  • Westmead
  • Wentworthville

Blue Mountains line

  • Granville
  • Parramatta
  • Westmead

Cumberland line

  • Westmead
  • Parramatta
  • Harris Park
  • Merrylands
  • Guildford

NSW TrainLink intercity trains

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CountryLink services

  • Orange, Parkes, Dubbo and Broken Hill (weekly)

Many rail stations are wheelchair accessible including:

  • Parramatta
  • Granville
  • Westmead
  • Guildford*
  • Dundas*

*Station is not staffed for all train services

Taxi ranks

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The main taxi rank near Parramatta Railway Station is in front of City of Parramatta Library on Fitzwilliam Street, between Fire Horse Lane and Wentworth Street, Parramatta.

This taxi rank is a secure taxi rank and is staffed by security guards between 10pm and 4am Friday and Saturday nights and managed by Transport for NSW.

Sydney buses

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Over 50 bus services connect through the Parramatta Interchange with services to both local and regional destinations including:

  • Castle Hill
  • Hornsby
  • Ryde
  • Sydney
  • Strathfield
  • Bankstown
  • Hurstville
  • Sutherland
  • Liverpool
  • Rouse Hill

Sydney ferries

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Travel by ferry from the Sydney Harbour along Parramatta River to Parramatta Wharf (corner of Charles Street and Philip Street) or Rydalmere Wharf (John Street).

Private buses

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Private buses servicing Parramatta include:

Cycleways and walking

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Parramatta has an extensive number of cycleways. Find out more on cycling.

Other cycling resources

Our goal is for cycling to make up five percent of work trips to the city by 2021.


City of Parramatta's open space network contains many informal walking tracks and trails, which provide a variety of opportunities for residents and visitors to experience nature.

Explore Parramatta's many walking tracks and discover Parramatta CBD and surrounds by foot.

In mid-2017, Council endorsed its first Pedestrian Strategy for the CBD that prioritises the safety and amenity of pedestrians in the CBD. It is a technical document to guide Council and development in improving the pedestrian experience through the city. It is available for download below.

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