The centre houses three Mc Donald's outlets, the most in any one building for the company in Australia.One kiosk in the lower food court, one kiosk in the upper food court and a restaurant on level 3.
Westfield Parramatta's trade area population is 665,720; one of the largest markets for shopping centres in Australia, and its 28.7 million customer visits per annum makes it Australia's busiest Westfield shopping centre.Westfield Parramatta is a super regional shopping centre in the Parramatta Central Business District (CBD).Reflecting Parramatta's status as Sydney's second CBD (being an important economic, commercial and retail hub in Greater Sydney), Westfield Parramatta serves a large resident and worker population; its trade area larger than the average of large regional centers in Australia.Westfield Parramatta has 5 levels of retail and 9 levels of car parking spread across 5 city blocks.Westfield Parramatta is a shopping centre in Parramatta, a city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.The centre is owned and managed by The Westfield Group.
In July 2014, the Westfield Group became two companies Scentre Group and Westfield Corporation.
This shopping centre is now managed by Scentre Group.
Two pedestrian air bridges connect the central portion of the centre with the western and eastern peripheries.
Level 1 is wholly underground and connects to the Parramatta Transport Interchange.
A 3 level office tower sits atop the shopping centre near the corner of Church and Argyle Streets.
The centre features two food courts (levels 1 and 5), two full line department stores, two discount department stores, 3 supermarkets, a fresh food market, an 11 screen cinema complex, a gymnasium and a medical centre among specialty retailers.