Due to the construction of Charles Street Square, passengers, particularly those less mobile or those travelling with prams, should note that there are alternative routes in place from the ferry to the City centre. While pedestrian routes are stair-free they are not fully accessible. Passengers may wish to consider other transport options for visiting Parramatta.
For more information https://www.cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au/charles-st-square
For transport information see https://transportnsw.info/
There are so many ways to get to Parramatta, a well-connected city served by bus, train and ferry
Parramatta is just 24 kilometres from the Sydney CBD and is easily accessed by express train or by Parramatta Road/M4 freeway, Victoria Road, Cumberland Highway or Windsor Road.
Catch the bus(Back to top)
The city is served by buses to the interchange near Parramatta Station. Bus routes connect Parramatta with other Sydney destinations like Castle Hill, Hornsby, Ryde, Strathfield and the Sydney city centre.
Free City shuttle bus(Back to top)
It’s easy to get around on the free CBD shuttle bus route that does a loop around the Parramatta CBD from to the Transport interchange. Every 10 minutes and takes 25 minutes to complete.
This service runs 7 days a week. Weekdays 7:00am to 6:30pm and Weekends 8:00am to 4:00pm.
Highlights along the route include Macquarie Street, Church Street, the ferry wharf, Phillip Street and O’Connell Street.
Ride the train(Back to top)
Parramatta Station connects to locations all around metro Sydney. It’s a 30-minute ride from Sydney’s Town Hall to Parramatta. There are stations at nearby Harris Park and Westmead, too.
Drive in(Back to top)
Parramatta is well serviced by major road connections. There are parking stations around Parramatta, many of which offer pre-booking discounts. There are also paid and free street parking spots in the City.