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Projects, events and operational updates

Have you noticed some work going on in our park?

Our park is such a special place for many reasons, including being home to many important monuments and sites. As part of our heritage conservation program, we’re doing some maintenance work around the park.

Currently this work includes:

  • Boer war memorial is now fenced off for maintenance and repair works to the roof and cannon.
  • Bath house is being cleaned and painted
  • Pitt Street and Wistaria Gardens palisade fences are being repaired.
  • The Dairy and Ranger’s Cottage has conservation work underway.  

We will update this notice if there is any new maintenance work in our beautiful park.

If you have any questions please email us.

Special conditions in place for Symphony concerts - 22nd and 23rd January

Sydney Symphony Under the Stars in The Crescent, Parramatta Park, is a free event, however, as part of this year’s COVID Safe plan, it is ticketed and seated. Please note that both concerts are fully booked and only patrons with tickets will be allowed entry.

Parramatta Park will be pedestrian-only from 3pm until close on Friday 22 January and Saturday 23 January for Sydney Symphony Under the Stars.

Non-event vehicles will not be permitted to enter the Park after 3pm. The Park will remain open to pedestrians all day.

For more information on how to get to Parramatta Park, click here.

Check the Parramatta City Council website for the nearest parking stations


What we are doing in response to Covid-19

Updated 1 April 2021 

Following NSW Health orders, outdoor gatherings are now limited to 200 people. 

Please note that this is a revised order as of 29 March 2021.

Please remember social distancing and other COVID-19 safety guidelines when gathering in Parramatta Park. 


The health and safety of our visitors and staff is our priority.  We are closely checking and responding to NSW Health advice in this rapidly changing environment and will keep you updated as health restrictions are eased.

Parramatta Park is open and we are monitoring visitor numbers and behaviour daily to make sure we continue to provide a quality experience for everyone.

If COVID-19 numbers increase and social distancing becomes difficult, we will consider making the Park pedestrian-only and closing playgrounds again if necessary.

Here is the latest advice:

  • Help reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection by staying 1.5 metres away from other people where possible and avoiding close contact with people you do not live with.
  • NSW Health strongly recommends that you carry a clean face mask with you and wear it if you are unable to maintain 1.5 metres of physical distance from others.
  • Outdoor public gatherings, community sporting activities including training sessions, picnics, exercise and outdoor activities are allowed with up to 200 participants. It's encouraged to practise good hand hygiene and safe social distancing (1.5m) with people you don’t live with.
  • Wedding organisers must comply with a COVID-19 safety plan. For booking inquiries, please contact the Trust to discuss your arrangements on (02) 9895 7500 or email; info@wspt.nsw.gov.au.
  • If gatherings and planned activities are more than 200 participants, the organiser must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan and the Trust will need to approve the plan prior to booking. Please note, each picnic shelter is subject to its own capacity limit (including adults and children). Visit our shelter booking page for more information regarding picnic shelter capacity limits.   
    • Participants include players, people who are training, officials and spectators. 
    • Commercial fitness groups and personal trainers must obtain a permit to operate in the Park
  • Playgrounds and outdoor equipment are open but to be used with caution. It's encouraged to practise safe social distancing (1.5m) with people you don’t live with, good hand hygiene and gatherings are limited to 200 people.
  • Most cafes and food outlets in the Park are now open

Check our Frequently Asked Questions for details. For more information on these rules, head to the NSW Government website.


Be COVID-19 safe 

To keep yourself and others safe, remember to:

  • Use playground or exercise equipment with caution.
  • Regularly wash your hands with soap or use hand sanitiser solution (minimum 60% alcohol) or wipes when using public facilities including playgrounds, shelters, barbecues and toilets.
  • Practise social distancing of 1.5 metres and do not gather in groups of more than 200 people, including children. Please be considerate of others and give them space on paths, tracks and in the parks.
  • Practise cough and sneeze hygiene by covering your nose and mouth with your elbow. Tissues should be placed in bins provided.
  • Stay home and get tested if you are unwell.
  • If you have recently returned from overseas or have had close or casual contact with a person with COVID-19, you must self-isolate for 14 days. See NSW Health COVID-19 website for more details.
  • Download the COVIDSafe app today. 




Park staff and contractors

Park staff are required to practise social distancing and will be keeping a close eye on visitors to ensure the Health Orders are followed.

Staff will also follow hygiene rules, stay home if they feel unwell and self-isolate if they have recently returned from overseas or have come in close or casual contact with a COVID-19 positive person.

NSW Police have declared that they will be officially monitoring and enforcing Government protocols, supported by Park staff when necessary.


Venue closures and changes

The following venues will be OPEN to the public until further notice:

Please check directly with the venues if you have any questions about their operating hours or services.


For more information

For more information, see our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us via: info@ppt.nsw.gov.au

Murray Gardens amenities buiding

The brand new Murray Gardens toilets including accessible facilities is now open to the public. 

Sports facilities get a boost 

This autumn sees the first stages of a three-year, $3M project to improve youth sports facilities in the Park.

Thanks to a NSW Government grant, grass surfaces at the West Domain, Cattle Paddocks, Coleman Oval and Old Kings Oval are being top-dressed to improve playability and resilience.  Future plans include more grass work, irrigation systems and new cricket wickets.

The fields will remain open during this work but we advise Park visitors to be careful after wet weather. This round of works will be completed by the first week of June, weather permitting. There are no expected pathway or road closures during this time. 


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