Heritage Pubs and Development in ParramattaParramatta & District Historical Society

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Heritage Pubs and Development in Parramatta

Wander through the Parramatta CBD discovering the locations and stories behind some of the earliest hotels in our "Cradle City" and the new high-rise development that are now taking over.

Do you know how many pubs were in Parramatta in the colonial days and where they were located?
Parramatta has a great history and heritage, but do you know of some of the major developments underway or being contemplated in Parramatta CBD?
Where was the first beer sold in Parramatta?
What pot house did Charles Darwin visit in 1836?
Was St John’s Church connected to the Strong Man inn?
Come along and join a true Parramattan for the walking tour.

Please wear closed shoes and bring water and hat.

Event date

Event Details

Corner Hassall St & Gregory Place, Parramatta, NSW

Walk starts from Hambledon Cottage, corner Hassall St & Gregory Place, Parramatta


9.30am to 12noon

Entry fees:
Adults $ 15, Children $ 15, Concession $ 15
Prebooking requiredparramattahist@tpg.com.au0402045312
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Other things
you need to know:
Limited on-site parking with street parking nearby