Getting to Parramatta
There are so many ways to get to Parramatta, a well-connected city served by bus, train and ferry.
Parramatta is 24 kilometers from the Sydney CBD and is easily accessed by express train or road.
To find public transport routes to Parramatta, visit the Transport for NSW website or call the Transport Infoline on 131 500 for help and information.
Parramatta Station connects to locations all around metro Sydney. It’s less then an hour ride from Sydney Airport to Parramatta. Click here for more information and costs.
The city is served by buses to the interchange near Parramatta Station. Bus routes connect Parramatta with other Sydney destinations like Castle Hill, Hornsby, Ryde, Strathfield and the Sydney city centre. Click here to find out more about getting around Parramatta using the City Bus Shuttle.
Parramatta ferry wharf is located at the end of the Parramatta River serving the Sydney satellite city of Parramatta. For information and timetables click here.
Parramatta is well serviced by major road connections and is easily accessed by Parramatta Road/M4 freeway, Victoria Road, Cumberland Highway or Windsor Road.
There are parking stations around Parramatta, many of which offer pre-booking discounts. There are also paid and free street parking spots in the city. Visit the City of Parramatta’s Parking Finder to locate parking spaces in the City CBD.
Renting a car at Sydney Airport is an easy and convenient option for seeing the best of what Sydney has to offer with pick-up locations across International and Domestic terminals.
Sydney Airport provides efficient and comfortable taxis available from ranks at the airport in a variety of sizes. A taxi from the airport to Parramatta will take around 35 minutes in normal traffic.
Airport transfer services are available to and from Sydney airport to Parramatta.