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Book a car rental in Parramatta which is one of Sydney's suburbs, located West, on the banks of the Parramatta River and has a population of over 20,000 people. In recent years, the suburb has become a regional business and government center, due to the movement of major companies and local authorities here. The Parramatta suburb was founded in the same year as Sydney, 1788, as the perfect location for a farm, because of its agriculturally good soil.
Make the most of your time in Parramatta and visit during Spring when the weather is mild and there is plenty of comfortably warm days to get out and explore the area. Summers can be quite hot, while Winter is cooler especially during the evening.
Parramatta is an approximate 30-minute drive from the Sydney CBD via the M4 highway. There are tolls on the roads around Parramatta so be sure to check what toll charges you may be required to pay before leaving. Suburban speed limits are generally 50km/hr unless otherwise signposted.
Elizabeth Farm consists of an estate and a country house, that once belonged to a wool pioneer, called John Macarthur, who named the place after his wife. Bring your rental car for this is one of the most visited locations in Parramatta, as it is the oldest European dwelling in Australia. The current administration has turned it into a museum of local European and Australian values and it is opened to the public. People come here to visit the old cottage that remained intact and the large estate and its beautiful landscape with their rental cars, that are symbolical to Parramatta.
Experiment Farm Cottage is a similar venue, nearby Parramatta, dating back to the first organized farm dwellings in the region. Book a rental car and learn about the experiment, that gives the name of this Parramatta farm, took place in the 1780s, when a man named James Ruse, run the possibility of self sustainability by farming and growing animals. The man managed to provide many things for himself from this farm and was granted a large surface of land. Visitors come here to see agricultural beginnings and to learn about viable farming, one of the Parramatta region's most acclaimed interests.
Parramatta Park is the place where the Old Government House was, but today is a very relaxing spot where many people like to spend their time. So, if you visit Parramatta in a rental car, be sure to not pass by this park as it is very nice and you will regret not visiting it!