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Meet at the George St entrance, Parramatta Park 23/06/2019 9:00am
Ponts of Parramatta Edition This free ride explores the more than 20 bridges, including 3 within Parramatta Park, between the head of the Parramatta River and the Silverwater Bridge.
Pavilion Flat 14/07/2019 10:30am
NAIDOC is a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures an opportunity to recognise the contributions of Indigenous Australians. Come celebrate this year’s NAIDOC theme “Voice. Treaty. Truth” and take part in the famous Burramatta NAIDOC events and many free activities at the Park.
Coleman Oval, Parramatta Park 10/08/2019 12:00pm
Federation of Indian Associations of NSW (FIAN) invites everyone to participate in the celebrations of INDIA DAY. Commemorating India's Independence Day & multiculturalism in Parramatta Park. Things to do and see throughout the celebrations: Kids rides Live music Cultural performances Food stalls Fireworks
The Cattle Paddock 31/08/2019 12:00pm
The hottest hip-hop and urban music festival has landed for the first time on Australian shores. Featuring 14 artists with 35 platinum singles world-wide and 155 million monthly streams it will be this year’s greatest music fest.
Parramatta Park 20/09/2019
Western Sydney’s Largest Charity race for Children with Special Needs and Newborn Care The Coleman Greig Challenge is an opportunity for business to support organisations making a difference to the lives of children and families in Western Sydney.
Western Sydney University, Parramatta Campus 03/11/2019
This year a NEW course distance has been added; the 5km Family Fun Run, along with the 9km, 21km or 29km courses. This means that kids can now join mum or dad and run the shorter distance together, complete with medals for all finishers.