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Found 75 Events from June 30, 2017 | Clear Filters



FOMO is an affordable one-day, one-stage festival that is fast becoming one of Australia’s most loved events on the summer calendar. 2018 will see RL Grime, SZA, ZHU, Kite String Tangle and Nina Las Vegas take to the stage for a day that won't be forgotten.

The Crescent, Parramatta Park 20/01/2018

Symphony Under The Stars

One of the most well-loved Sydney Festival events returns to Parramatta. It’s the perfect evening for families and friends to pack a hamper, grab a blanket, and settle back in a Sydney summer dusk to enjoy beautiful music.

Parramatta Park 26/01/2018

Australia Day 2018

The City of Parramatta will host a massive 15-hour Australia Day celebration featuring non-stop entertainment, live music and family-friendly fun.

The Dairy Cottage, Parramatta Park 26/01/2018

Dairy Precinct: Australia Day tour

Experience a fascinating glimpse into the history of the Dairy Cottage Precinct in Parramatta Park on Australia Day.

The Crescent, Parramatta Park 09/02/2018

50 Cent Australian Tour 2018

One of the biggest names in rap, 50 Cent returns to Australia in 2018 for a massive show in Parramatta Park celebrating the 15th anniversary of his seminal album ‘Get Rich Or Die Trying’. It's his only show in Sydney so don't miss out!

The Crescent, Parramatta Park 17/02/2018

Tropfest 2018

The world’s largest short film festival, Tropfest, returns for a week of celebrations in late February with the Tropfest ‘main event’ set to take place on Saturday 17 February 2018 in the gorgeous Parramatta Park.

The Dairy Cottage 19/02/2018

Dairy Precinct: Behind the scenes guided tour

This is your chance to uncover and explore one of Australia’s oldest buildings. Take an exclusive and private tour at the Dairy Precinct in Parramatta Park and uncover its fascinating importance to Australia. Guided tours run on the second Saturday of each month at 11am and 12pm and by appointment.

The Crescent, Parramatta Park 10/03/2018

Jumanji Festival 2018

FEEL THE MANJI In the unseen world, the MANJI's are phenomenal spirits manifested into existence
when high energy frequencies of rhythm and vibration are achieved. When the MANJI's begin to dance,
the celebration then becomes a JUMANJI.

Parramatta Park 25/03/2018

Control and Command: Australian Garden History Society’s March ‘walk and talk’

The Australian Garden History Society’s March ‘walk and talk’ will take place at Parramatta
Park and will be led by public historian Verena Mauldon. This walk and talk aims to raise awareness
of the world heritage significance of the landscape of Old Government House and the Domain,
Parramatta Park.

Centenary Square Parramatta 20/04/2018

Art for the Park

Drop in to this workshop at the farmers market and unleash your creative spirit. Create two felted
flowers – one to keep, and one to become part of a community art installation.

Parramatta Park 20/04/2018

Art in the Park - En Plein Air

The City of Parramatta Art Society invites you to join their group of local artists “En Plein
Air”-the act of painting outdoors. Watch and ask questions as local artists create artworks
inspired by our colonial architectural legacy in Parramatta Park.

Gawi Picnic Shelter Pavillion, Parramatta Park 23/04/2018

Art in the Park - In the Footsteps of Caley

Join a relaxing workshop for beginners where you will learn the fundamentals of botanical
illustration.  The focus will be on sketching the native flora of Parramatta Park, following in the
footsteps of George Caley, a significant colonial botanist who was based at the Government Farm, now
Parramatta Park.

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