Prince Alfred Square is located close to the Riverside Theatres and Parramatta’s Visitor Centre. In recent years it’s been home to a pop-up circus tent in summer as part of Sydney Festival. The Park’s history is colourful – it was once the site of Parramatta’s first gaol in 1796 and later the first female factory in 1804. Nowadays it’s home to a Victorian bandstand, a 1920s built war memorial and the Gollan Memorial Clock Tower (built in 1954).
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Bayala translates to ‘speak’ in Darug – one of the first languages spoken in the Sydney area. Sydney Festival first introduced free Indigenous language classes as part of its program in 2017 to celebrate the Aboriginal heritage of our city, and this year...Classes and workshops Wednesday January 9 2019 - Thursday January 24 2019 Free