Parramatta Riverfront NSW, Australia (2008)

Parramatta River is surrounded by natural bushland, residential and industrial buildings. A number of foreshore parks make this river accessible to the public.

In an effort to encourage more visitors to the river, Parramatta City Council upgraded the street furniture in 2008.

Classic Plaza Settings offer spaces for families and friends to meet, and Classic Galleria Seats offer comfortable spots to rest. Fountains provide walkers and runners with drinking water.

Parramatta River is surrounded by natural bushland, residential and industrial buildings. A number of foreshore parks make this river accessible to the public.

In an effort to encourage more visitors to the river, Parramatta City Council upgraded the street furniture in 2008.

Classic Plaza Settings offer spaces for families and friends to meet, and Classic Galleria Seats offer comfortable spots to rest. Fountains provide walkers and runners with drinking water.

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