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Westfield Parramatta Shopping Centre
Westfield Parramatta is home to Australia's third largest shopping centre and has a huge variety of department stores and boutique stores to choose from for well-known fashion and designer brands along with various supermarkets and Event Cinemas..
This 85-hectare park is Parramatta's favourite gathering place and is a great place to picnic, celebrate family milestones, get active, take some time out to relax or attend one of the many events and festivals hosted in the Park with over 2.3 million people visiting each year.
Lake Parramatta Reserve is a 73 hectare bushland and parkland reserve located within two kilometres of the Parramatta central business district. It is the largest bushland remnant surviving in the Parramatta Local Government Area. It is also recognised as one of the most significant and beautiful bushland remnants in Western Sydney. Evidence still remains of the regular usage and occupation by the Aboriginal Burramattagal clan within Lake Parramatta Reserve and Hunts Creek.
Westmead Hospital is a specialised tertiary referral hospital for the western Sydney metropolitan area, serving one of the largest growing population areas in NSW. Westmead Hospital is the major teaching hospital of the University of Sydney for medical and dental students and is one of Australia’s largest centres for postgraduate training at specialist level in all fields. Westmead is home to internationally recognised institutes of health research, including the prominent Westmead Institute for Medical Research.
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead provides quality care and clinical services to 80,000 sick and injured children each year. It is the largest paediatric centre in NSW and provides excellent care for children from NSW, Australia and across the Pacific Rim. Specialist care is provided to children within a positive, caring and healing environment.
Rosehill Gardens Race Course
Rosehill Gardens Racecourse is the home of horse racing in Sydney’s west, encompassing world-class thoroughbred racing, top-tier entertainment and a recent $28 million refurbishment, ensuring a racing venue that sets world-class standards. Rosehill Gardens is home to the world’s richest race for two-year-olds; the $3.5 million Longines Golden Slipper, a race rich in history that attracts racing’s finest two-year-old’s each March.
Immaculate gardens surround the specialist track with sweeping turns that make this premier racecourse one of Australia’s most picturesque.
Riverside Theatres offers three venues under the one roof. The Rafferty’s Theatre, the most intimate space seats 88 people and suits small corporate events, seminars, stand up comedy acts, small scale productions, cinema presentations or even an exhibition. The Lennox Theatre is a flexible space seating 213 people. The largest theatre, the Riverside Theatre, can house up to 761 patrons with comfortable, plush seating in a conventional proscenium arch stage with orchestra pit and fly tower. Larger scale productions including international acts are often seen on the Riverside stage including Shakespeare, comedy, drama, ballet, contemporary dance and musicals.
Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park is a large sports and entertainment complex in western Sydney. The area was redeveloped for the 2000 Olympics. The facilities built continue to be used for sporting, musical, and cultural events, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sydney Festival and a number of world-class sporting fixtures. The Park is also home to ANZ Stadium, Spotless Stadium and Qudos Bank Arena which are all used for various sporting events, concerts and shows.
Stadium Australia, commercially known as ANZ Stadium and formerly as Telstra Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park. Originally built to host the 2000 Summer Olympics the stadium is now used for a variety of sporting events ranging from rugby league, rugby union and soccer along with major music concerts and other events. Tours of the stadium are also available with a go behind-the-scenes tour and see where some of the world’s biggest stars prepare, get the chance to run through the tunnel that has witnessed the beginning and end of many dreams, before finishing on the original medal podium from the Sydney Olympic Games.
Qudos Bank Arena
Ranked in the Top 10 arenas in the world, Qudos Bank Arena is the largest indoor entertainment and sporting arena in Australia that can accommodate up to 21,000 visitors! Originally built for the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, it has now established itself as one of Australia’s major concert venues for a vast number of international performers, other family events and sporting events.
Wet ‘n’ Wild Sydney
Wet'n'Wild Sydney features amazing world first attractions, interactive ride technology and takes fun to a whole new level for the entire family. Wet'n'Wild Sydney is the biggest and best water theme park and home to a never before seen range of slides and attractions including heart pumping thrills on the world's tallest double SkyCoaster and the best beach ever with white sandy shores and no rips or sharks.
With over 40 slides and attractions including a whole zone dedicated to little water adventurers and adrenalin pumping action on some the tallest and fastest water rides in the world, it’s so much more than a water park.
Sydney Motorsport Park
Sydney Motorsport Park, also known as Eastern Creek Raceway is a purpose-built motorsport facility and is the only permanent motor sport race track in Sydney. Featuring four race circuit configurations to suit a number of motorsport activities for any motorsport enthusiast as well as being Sydney’s main hub for driver safety, education and vehicle testing.
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Featherdale Wildlife Park is home to one of Australia's most comprehensive collections of native wildlife. Have a personal encounter with a Koala and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies. Visitors are invited to take a walk on the wild side and meet over 1,700 animals from more than 280 different species. As well as many Koalas and Kangaroos, features include face-to-face encounters with all kinds of wildlife including Wallabies, Emus, an amazingly diverse range of birds and 40 species of reptiles in the Reptilian Pavilion.
You will also get the chance to encounter some more unexpected highlights such as Bettongs, Little Penguins, Wombats, a 4.5-metre Saltwater Crocodile and 30 species of endangered or vulnerable animals including Bilbys
Waldorf North Parramatta Residential Apartments
18 Bellevue St, North Parramatta NSW 2151
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