Parramatta Town Hall

Parramatta Town Hall – Meet you here.

A transformation has taken place within the heart of Sydney’s central river city and burgeoning Parramatta CBD.

Parramatta Town Hall has undergone a recent upgrade, with the City of Parramatta carefully overseeing the adaptive reuse of the iconic building’s unique architectural charm and beauty, whilst adding contemporary touches that offer an air of modern comfort for this landmark venue.

With the reopening of this new premium venue space comes a landmark opportunity to be a part of its rich legacy, having served as a key community gathering space since 1883. A history set to be continued.

It is now possible to visualise your next gala event, exhibition, workshop or function in the magnificent Great Hall, in one of our three more intimate heritage rooms, or the newly-built glass atrium awash with natural light overlooking Parramatta Square.

Seamlessly blending heritage architecture with contemporary design, the integration between Parramatta Town Hall and PHIVE offers further opportunities to connect the community and embrace a new and exciting phase in the city’s transformation.

Close up of the Town Hall's interior ceiling

Proudly positioned in the vibrant urban precinct of Parramatta Square, Parramatta Town Hall is an impressive, versatile space for events of all kinds. Spanning two levels, we welcome gala events, dinners, concerts and live performance, meetings, exhibitions, ceremonies and more.
Sepia tone image of Parramatta Town Hall circa 1900

Connected to Parramatta’s history

Interested to learn about Parramatta Town Hall’s more than 150 years of prestige and history? The walls of Parramatta Town Hall bear marks from the past through the sensitive conservation works to reveal some of the building’s hidden original features and echoing its rich history.

Brightly lit image of the Great Hall ceiling, windows and ornamental details

Architecture and Design

Parramatta Town Hall is an architectural marvel and a chronicle of the area's transformation. This ‘Victorian Free Classical’ beauty, designed by Mansfield Brothers in the late 1880s combines an eye-catching mix of various European architectural styles, and today, seamlessly blends the original architecture with contemporary touches that make hosting an event a delight.