|From All Walks of Life|
|The head of the Parramatta River was home to the Burramatta clan whose name means 'the place where eels lie down'|
|Parramatta... A River Runs Through It|
|Old Government House is Australia's oldest surviving public building and home of the first ten Governors. From it's doorstep you can see some of Parramatta's newest buildings rising in a glassy-blue shimmering reflection.|
|Vanes and Cranes|
Parramatta Gaol has undergone many transitions since it's opening on 2nd January 1842. It's walls now stand silent as Australia's oldest serving correctional centre closed it's gates on 9th October 2011.
|Lock, Rock and Skin Tearing Razor Wire!|
|Lake Parramatta was a very recent discovery for our family. We couldn't believe this little piece of lakeside beauty and tranquility existed amongst the urban sprawl of Parramatta.|