Parramatta Park now comes under the combined administration of Greater Sydney Parklands which brings together some of Sydney’s most iconic parks: Centennial Parklands (including Moore Park and Queens Park), Western Sydney Parklands, Parramatta Park, Callan Park and Fernhill Estate.
Taking a city-wide approach to local needs and communities, the new organisation oversees more than 6,000 hectares of parklands across Sydney, and hosts over 40 million visits each year. For more information, see: dpie.nsw.gov.au/gsp
One of the oldest parks in Australia, it has rules and regulations in place for the enjoyment and safety of visitors and protection of the Park’s heritage, plants and wildlife.
Parramatta Park’s Aboriginal and colonial heritage is significant and it is one of 11 Australian Convict Sites that were included on the UNESCO World Heritage Register in 2010.
Greater Sydney Parklands’ Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan
We are pleased to announce the formal endorsement of Greater Sydney Parklands’ Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) by Reconciliation Australia. Greater Sydney Parklands now joins a network of more than 1,100 corporate, government, and not-for-profit organisations that have made a formal commitment to reconciliation through the RAP program.
Parramatta Park Act 2001
Parramatta Park Act 2001 confirms the boundaries of the Park and established the Parramatta ParkTrust.
Parramatta Park Regulation
Current Parramatta Park Regulation 2019.
Access to government information
See access to information page or contact us on 9895 7599 to make a request under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act).