One Parramatta Square, 169 Macquarie Street, Parramatta
Greater Western Sydney (GWS) is on an unparalleled growth trajectory in pursuit of being Australia’s next great city. It has the third largest economy in Australia, and is expected to absorb two-thirds of Sydney’s growth with a projected population of 3 million by 2036. To best support this dramatic renewal, we need to be ready to overcome tomorrow’s challenges and make the most of its opportunities. PwC's new home at One Parramatta Square has been designed to do just that. We’re opening our doors like never before so together we can reimagine the possible.
Our new office in Western Sydney is now open at One Parramatta Square (1PSQ). You will find us on level 11 of the Peter Shergold building, Western Sydney University (WSU). As one of the largest urban renewal projects in Australia, 1PSQ is set to transform Parramatta into a vibrant mixed-use hub.
The new building is a purpose built, high-tech hub for WSU Parramatta City campus, a vibrant mix of collaboration and creativity.
A taxi zone is located on Macquarie Lane, Parramatta (off Smith St), approximately 100 metres from One Parramatta Square.
The Parramatta Transport Interchange is located between Argyle, Darcy and Station streets in Parramatta, providing connections to rail and bus networks.
One Parramatta Square is less than a 5 minute walk from Parramatta train station. From the station head easterly down Station Street and turn left onto Smith Street. One Parramatta Square is located on the corner of Macquarie Street and Smith Street.
Over 50 bus services operate through the Parramatta Transport Interchange, with services to both local and regional destinations including Castle Hill, Hornsby, Ryde, Sydney, Strathfield, Bankstown, Hurstville, Sutherland, Liverpool and Rouse Hill.
From the Parramatta Transport Interchange walk easterly down Station Street and turn left onto Smith Street. One Parramatta Square is located on the corner of Macquarie Street and Smith Street, which is less than a 5 minute walk from the Interchange.
City of Parramatta Council also provides a free shuttle bus which operates a continuous loop around the Parramatta city centre connecting rail, bus and ferry transport interchanges with local clubs and shops, and other community hubs. The free shuttle bus stops on Macquarie Street and is a short walk westerly, across Smith St, to One Parramatta Square.
Ferry services operate between Circular Quay and Parramatta Wharf on the Parramatta River. The closest ferry terminal to One Parramatta Square is Parramatta Wharf, a 10 minute walk to the office.
From Parramatta Wharf, walk down Charles Street, turn right at Macquarie Street and continue to walk past Smith Street, until you reach One Parramatta Square. Alternatively you can alight at Parramatta Wharf and catch the free Parramatta shuttle bus to Macquarie Street.
PwC Sydney is located at One International Towers, Watermans Quay, Barangaroo.
A taxi zone (drop-off/pick-up only) is located outside our entrance on Watermans Quay. There is also a taxi zone on Barangaroo Avenue (at the western end of Tower One).
The nearest taxi rank is currently on Shelley Street, near the Macquarie Group building.
From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Exit at Napoleon Plaza and turn right to walk over the Napoleon Bridge (crossing over Sussex Street). Take the escalator down to Shipwrights Walk - PwC can be found in One International Tower with entry on the right-hand side of Shipwrights Walk (past the Shirt Bar).
For those with limited mobility, you can take an elevator from the eastern end of Napoleon Bridge down to Sussex Street. Cross at the traffic lights and make your way up the ramp (under the escalator) to enter Shipwrights Walk.
Bus services can take you directly to Barangaroo. Routes 311, 324 and 325 travel to Hickson Road from Town Hall. The Wynyard Bus Interchange is also a short walk away - arrive and depart from York, Clarence and Kent Streets, after a short walk along Margaret or Erskine Streets, or via the Wynyard Walk tunnel from Wynyard train station.