Parramatta River from above / The Parramatta River is an intermediate tide dominated, drowned valley estuary located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. / The Parramatta River is the main tributary of Sydney Harbour, a branch of Port Jackson.

Parramatta River, Sydney, NSW, Australia - that larger boat may be the "RIVERCAT" - you can take a trip up the river from Circular Quay (next to Harbour Bridge) to Parramatta and back on this boat.

gatehouse to Parramatta Park at George Street was built in 1885 and designed by Gordon McKinnon

Entrance to Parramatta Park / Parramatta is a business district in the metropolitan area of Sydney, NSW. It is located in Greater Western Sydney 23 kilometres mi) west of the Sydney central business district on the banks of the Parramatta River.

Elizabeth Farm, Parramatta

A view of the back verendah of Elizabeth Farm House, Parramatta.

Elizabeth Farm House in 1946.

Elizabeth Farm House in Macarthur's home prior to 1800

Elizabeth Farm at Parramatta

Wedding Supplier: Reception Venues Wedding Ceremony in Sydney: Elizabeth Farm

Elizabeth Farm, Parramatta, built in 1793, the oldest surviving house in Australia.

Elizabeth Farm, Parramatta, built in the oldest surviving house in Australia.

Detail of a painting of Elizabeth Farm from a distance.

Detail of a painting of Elizabeth Farm from a distance. Romanticised painting of Elizabeth Farm by Joseph Lycett.

View through the drawing room closet at Elizabeth Farm.

A curious “curree” – a taste of Jane Austen at Elizabeth Farm

Tea cups Elizabeth Farm

Tea cups Elizabeth Farm

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