Part of the Parramatta Growth Area, the 104-hectare Rydalmere NSW industrial precinct is 3km from the Parramatta CBD. The precinct fronts the Parramatta River and Victoria Road, and extends to Rydalmere Ferry Wharf in the east.

Member for Parramatta Geoff Lee and former Parramatta Mayor Councillor Andrew Wilson pose at Rydalmere wharf ahead of its redevelopment and the draft Rydalmere Masterplan
A photo collage illustrating the variety of education, technology and industrial businesses that are increasingly moving to Rydalmere.

Business And Industry In Rydalmere

A Growing Variety Of Business Investment in Rydalmere.

Rydalmere businesses range in size, industry sector and operation. The vision is to transform Rydalmere into a high-tech and knowledge precinct. Businesses in this sector will benefit from being close to and having ties with UWS.

Rydalmere and Silverwater medium density residential riverside complex photographed from the air.

Strategic planning for Rydalmere

Urban Renewal And An Increase In Urban Density

The  Employment Lands Strategy (ELS) identifies Rydalmere as a Key Employment Precinct that is undergoing change and restructuring key industries. The scale and size of the precinct support urban renewal and an increase in employment density.  

Rydalmere Park Master Plan

Rydalmere park is 6.4 hectares of open space with sports facilities.  Following extensive consultation with the community and stakeholders, the City of Parramatta has developed a new Master Plan for Rydalmere Park. Plans for the Park are part of the vision for urban renewal of the precinct bringing greater amenity to Rydalmere.  

Learn More About The Rydalmere Park Master Plan

Rydalmere Social Infrastructure

Turning minds and turning wheels. Rydalmere has an eclectic mix of creative thinkers thriving in a natural environment. 

Image of a group of  6 resident artists taking up residence at the new Rydalmere Parramatta Artists Studios

Parramatta Artists’ Studio In Rydalmere

Parramatta Artists’ Studios renowned program has expanded

Parramatta Artists’ Studios (PAS) now includes two warehouse-style artists’ studios in Rydalmere NSW. The studios give established artists 24-hour access, seven days a week to this purpose-built space where they can work on major pieces to be exhibited throughout Australia and internationally. 

PAS is helping build a flourishing artists community within the City of Parramatta and this network now extends to Rydalmere. 

A mother and daughter enjoy the new Subiaco cycle way that bypasses a busy Rydalmere industrial precinct that previously left cyclists with no options but road or sidewalks.

Cycling paths connecting to Rydalmere

Rydalmere To Parramatta By Bike

The Subiaco Creek link in Rydalmere along the Parramatta River foreshore allows pedestrians and cyclists to avoid road traffic, including the busy, steep and industrial South and Pike Streets. 

The link makes it possible to walk or cycle away from traffic for almost 20km on a high-quality path network from the Western Sydney University campus in Rydalmere and between Parramatta Park and Sydney Olympic Park.

Quality off-road paths increase the amenity of an area and give businesses, residents and employees a more flexible choice for how they access the precinct.


A strong housing market has seen Epping experience unprecedented levels of redevelopment and growth since rezoning in 2014 and brought significant challenges and transport opportunities to this planned precinct.