Sydney

PARRAMATTA 105 SORR

Details

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00

This two bedroom fully furnished apartment is located in the heart of Parramatta.

The city of Parramatta is situated approx 24 km from Sydney CBD and is a major business and commercial centre, sometimes called Sydney's "second central business district".

Parramatta today has many high density commercial and residential developments and is a major hub for Government agencies.It is home to a huge array of shops including a major shopping centre namely, Westfield, with Event cinemas opposite.
 
Included with Apartment Rental
Full Set of Linen and Towels Provided
Full Set of Cutlery, Pots, Pans including all Cooking Utensils
Iron, Ironing Board, Vacuum Cleaner
Washing Machine, Dryer, Dishwasher
Plasma TV
Air Conditioning
Wifi Internet Available
 
"SERVICED" - We offer fully furnished corporate and holiday rentals including linen and towels. There is no daily housekeeping.

Map & Directions

105 / 3 Sorrell Street, Parramatta, NSW, Australia

Directions

Parramatta is also serviced by a major bus interchange located on the south eastern side of the railway station. The interchange is served by buses utilising the North West T-Way to Rouse Hill and the Liverpool-Parramatta T-way to Liverpool. Parramatta is also serviced by five high-frequency Metrobus services:
M52 ¿ Parramatta to City via Victoria Road (Sydney Buses)
M54 ¿ Parramatta to Macquarie Park via Carlingford and Epping (Sydney Buses)
M60 ¿ Parramatta to Hornsby via Baulkham Hills, Castle Hill, Cherrybrook, Pennant Hills, Thornleigh and Normanhurst (Hillsbus)
M91 ¿ Parramatta to Hurstville via Granville, Bankstown and Peakhurst (Transdev)
M92 ¿ Parramatta to Sutherland via Lidcombe, Bankstown and Padstow (Transdev)
The routes passing through Parramatta are provided by many operators including Hillsbus, Sydney Buses, Transit Systems Sydney and Transdev NSW
A free bus Route 900 is operated by Parramatta City Council in conjunction with the state government. Route 900 circles Parramatta CBD
A free bus also links Parramatta Stadium to Parramatta railway station during major sporting events.
Parramatta railway station is a major transport interchange on the Sydney rail network. It is served by Sydney Trains' Cumberland Line and North Shore, Northern & Western Line.[58] NSW TrainLink operate intercity services on the Blue Mountains Line as well as services to rural New South Wales. The station was originally opened in 1855, located in what is now Granville, and known as Parramatta Junction.
The Parramatta ferry wharf is at the Charles Street Weir, which divides the tidal saltwater from the freshwater of the upper river, on the eastern boundary of the Central Business District. The wharf is the westernmost destination of the Sydney Ferries River Cat ferry service which runs on Parramatta River.

You might also like ...

This website uses cookies. Close this message if you agree to our Cookie Policy