Car Hire Parramatta Downtown

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

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A historic and cultural hub in Sydney’s inner west

Founded by British settlers in 1788,Parramatta is home to some of Australia’s oldest history. ExploringParramatta’s downtown will transport you back in time to Australia’s European settlement – the history is ever-present.

A bit about the area: Parramatta’s grounds were once a farm run by convicts and are home to the oldest public building in Australia. Old Government House (built in 1799), the Governor’s Dairy Cottage (built between 1796-1800), and the Elizabeth Farm (which contains the oldest surviving European building in Australia, constructed around 1793) all exist in suburban Parramatta.

After exploring the historical significance of this suburb in Sydney’s inner west, you won’t be short of outdoor excursions, a profusion of mouth-watering cuisine, and events that proudly celebrate various cultures. Be sure to check out the annual multicultural Parramasala Festival for eclectic performances, parades, food stalls, and markets.

To get a taste of international gastronomic masterpieces, take a stroll along the north end of Church Street. Some of the best eateries scattered throughout the downtown include cuisines from all over the world. A few good eats include Temasek (Malalysian), Husk & Vine (Mediterranean), El-Phoenician (Lebanese), Itihaas (Indian) and PappaRich (Malaysian).

After taking a dive into a few of Parramatta’s delectable dishes, be sure to check out the Rosehill Gardens or Lake Parramatta for a bit of fresh air. The lake offers three different walking trails of different lengths and levels of difficulty. Many locals have a swim or go canoeing on the lake to enjoy the Sydney sunshine. There are picnic and BBQ facilities available.

Take a walk along the Parramatta River for a leisurely stroll or to get a bit more into nature. The land was occupied for thousands of years by the Wallumattagal, Wangal and Burramattagal Aboriginal clans.

If you have a shopping itch to scratch, head to the massive Westfield in Parramatta where you’ll find a plethora of shops and activities to keep the young ones occupied. Other worthy activities include visiting St Patrick’s Cathedral, Harris Park, the Lancer Barracks and Museum or the Female Orphan School and Margaret Whitlam Galleries.

If you’re looking for a unique way into Parramatta without facing the traffic on Sydney’s roads, consider taking a ferry from Circular Quay. Not only is it more relaxing, but it’s also a great chance to enjoy views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and the rest of the harbour along the way.

Parramatta is not only close to the city, but is a major hub of public transport to head to attractions such as the Blue Mountains, Sydney’s Olympic Park, Prospect Nature Reserve, and Featherdale Wildlife Park.

Hertz Parramatta Downtown Locations

Parramatta Downtown

39 PARRAMATTA ROAD, Cnr Parramatta Rd / James Ruse Drive
02-97601543

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Parramatta Downtown

Address:39 PARRAMATTA ROAD, Cnr Parramatta Rd / James Ruse Drive

Phone:02-97601543

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 0800-1700 Sat 0800-1200 Sun 0800-1200