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Parramatta, the Inland Port

The inland Port tour experiences connections between Aboriginals and settlers as they work and play around the river port and environs.

Hear stories of our pioneers’ connections between Parramatta and Sydney through industry, travel and leisure.

Explore the old Queens Wharf, which was a hive of colonial industry surrounded by the Commissariat Store, barracks, mills and grain store. Connections also with the Burramattagal people and how they interacted with the settlers will be examined.

Who frequented the wharves and inns and how the river was used, will all be answered on this tour.

Uncover the rich stories of characters from Parramatta’s past.

Event dates

Event Details

Hassall Street, corner Gregory Place, Parramatta, NSW

Meet at Hambledon Cottage, Hassall Street, corner Gregory Place, Parramatta.
Limited car parking on site, or in Gregory Place.
Bring hat, water & walking shoes


10.30am to 12 noon

Entry fees:
Adults $ 15, Children $ 5, Concession $ 15, Members $ 15
Prebooking requiredparramattahist@tpg.com.au
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Limited car parking on site, or in Gregory Place