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Written By: Parramatta, city within the Sydney metropolitan area, eastern New South Wales, Australia. It lies along the 15-mile- (24-km-) long Parramatta River (which enters Port Jackson harbour). The second European settlement in Australia, it was founded in 1788 by Governor Arthur Phillip as a western outlying farm colony of Sydney.What to do in Parramatta?
Things to Do in Parramatta. 1 1. Parramatta Park. 273 Parks By T7451AEsharonk. 2 2. Lake Parramatta Reserve. 3 3. Old Government House. 4 4. Westfield Parramatta. 5 5. Riverside Theatres. More itemsWhat is the nearest water source to Parramatta?
The nearest recorded water source (Lake, River or Coastline) with a "designated shoreline" to Parramatta is 15.67 mi away. Geo Co-ordinates: -34.0081,151.147 Kurnell, Sydney, Sutherland Shire Council, New South Wales, 2231, Australia . The nearest town to that location is Ramsgate in Australia and is 1.72 mi from the water source.What colleges are in Parramatta?
Parramatta South campus occupies the site of the historic Female Orphan School. Alphacrucis College is a national vocational and higher education college is also located in the suburb. The University of Sydney has also announced that it intends to establish a new campus in Parramatta.