Join us on 14 August 2019 for an expert talk, as part of this year’s Sydney Science Festival, where we will explore the fascinating history of the “Spanish ‘Flu” pandemic, which reached Parramatta in 1919.
Join our researchers for a series of compelling talks – Death Rites – which will be held during History Week, 1 – 9 September, 2018 at Parramatta Library.
Book on one of the another fascinating Parramatta Heritage and Visitor Information Centre events being held during the Sydney Science Festval via this link: https://www.cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au/living-community/sydney-science-festival-events
Join us on the evening of Weds 15 August for a fascinating journey through the past, present and future of cancer treatment at Westmead Hospital, the world-leading research and teaching hospital in Sydney’s West.
We’re hosting a series of activities, workshops, talks and displays for Australia’s largest festival and celebration of heritage and culture: the Australian Heritage Festival. The theme for the festival in 2018 is ‘My Culture, My Story’.
On 3 March 2018, we hosted a rare screening of the the classic Australian war film 40,0000 Horsemen, to commemorate 125 years of our city’s own Regiment – the Parramatta Lancers.
If these walls could talk… come and hear the stories of the City at our free talks and workshops. read more…
From August 1 2014 through to November 1 2018 we will be posting hundreds of read more…
Currently we are installing a new World War One touch table which contains the names of 1500 soldiers and nurses from the Parramatta region of Western Sydney. read more…
In August 2013 work began on the demolition of the David Jones building in Parramatta. read more…