The Parramatta Square development comprises six new buildings and a refurbished town hall in the heart of the Parramatta CBD. It's set across a prime three-hectare city block and linked by 6000 square metres of public space. It will bring investment opportunities to the area as people meet, trade, shop, dine, learn, celebrate and connect at Parramatta Square. 

Architects rendering of business person seated at a cafe overlooking the public domain of Parramatta Square as workers, residents and visitors mingle amongst the walkways and shops
Image of the now open state of the art Western Sydney University at 1 Parramatta Square.

1 Parramatta Square

Western Sydney University

The $220 million Parramatta city campus for Western Sydney University opened in 2017. It’s home to 10,000 students from the School of Business. Designed to promote close relationships with the business community, this has allowed Western Sydney University to expand and leverage its research expertise, and expose students to unique learning and career opportunities.

Architectural Rendering of 3 Parramatta Square, the new headquarters of National Australia Bank who will be the sole occupant of the building. Illustrated are shoppers and workers mingling in the public domain during the day with the lego style block designed building dominating the background and skyline.

3 Parramatta Square

National Australia Bank

3 Parramatta Square is a 17-level building with more than 45,000 square metres of commercial space. National Australia Bank’s Western Sydney office will be 3 Parramatta’s main tenant with a 15-year lease. Building works are expected to be completed in April 2020.


Architects rendering of 4 Parramatta Square, set to be home to 4000 government workers from multiple agencies. The building dominates the background and skyline. Its V-shaped podium pillars are an architectural marvel as residents and workers mingle amongst the shops and restaurants of the lower retail precint

4 Parramatta Square

Multiple Government Offices

4 Parramatta Square offers commercial space, a business and events centre, a child care centre, and a range of dining options - from cafes to fine dining - that will flow into the outdoor space. Several NSW Government departments will lease space in the new tower. The building is expected to be completed in November 2019.

Architects Rendering of the City of Parramatta's new Civic Building located at 5 Parramatta Square. It is dusk and people, workers and patrons are leisurely walking around the public domain in front of the glasshouse building.

5 Parramatta Square

City of Parramatta Civic Building

5 Parramatta Square will be the new civic and community heart for the City of Parramatta and will extend above the historic Town Hall. It will feature a community centre and library. With the external design completed, the internal design phase is currently underway and 5 Parramatta Square is expected to be complete by April 2022.

View a 3D flythrough animation of 5 Parramatta Square.

Architects Rendering of 8 Parramatta Square. Illustrated is the 243m Commercial towner that dominates the skyline over Parramatta Square where workers and people busy themselves during in the public domain

6 and 8 Parramatta Square

Australia's Largest Commercial Office Tower

The final 2 commercial towers in the Parramatta Square precinct have been granted planning consent.  6 and 8 Parramatta Square will provide a combined 124,000 square metres of commercial floor space over 50-storeys. It’s set to become Australia's biggest office tower. 
Two NSW government departments have secured long-term leases across these two buildings, bringing 4200 works to the Parramatta CBD.
6 Parramatta Square is expected to be complete by August 2021. 8 Parramatta Square is expected to be complete by April 2022. 

Architects rendering of residents engaged in recreational activity in the public domain of Parramatta Square.  Illustrated are parents and children playing on an interactive lighted floor display while others mingle in the nearby restaurants.

Public Domain

A world class mixed use recreational space

Parramatta Square’s public space will be a lively and engaging connection between the world-class buildings that surround it and the thousands of residents, visitors and workers who will utilise the space every day. The public domain will be completed in stages and is the centrepiece of Council’s plan to transform its public spaces to support the projected 35,000 new residents by 2036 and 83,000 new workers by 2041.

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Architects rendering of the entry way to the transport interchange from Parramatta Square's public domain. Illustrated are business workers making their way to and from the transport interchange where they can access train and bus services.

Transport near Parramatta Square

Fully connected

Trains, buses and ferries connect the Parramatta CBD with Sydney CBD and the wider metropolitan area.  Parramatta CBD is well-connected by public transport. Parramatta train station connects directly from the station to Parramatta Square via seamless single-level access.

Council runs the free Parramatta Shuttle Bus around the CBD, including a bus stop within easy walking distance of Parramatta Square.
Stage One of the Parramatta Light Rail project will run 12km, connecting Parramatta CBD to Westmead and Carlingford. Stage One will be operational in 2023. Currently undergoing an upgrade, Parramatta Wharf upgrade is just a few blocks away from Parramatta Square.  

The Parramatta CBD is also well-connected to major arterials, including the M4 Motorway, Great Western Highway, Windsor Road, Pennant Hills Road and James Ruse Drive.