Cabramatta

The gateway (Pai Lau) to Freedom Plaza, Cabramatta.

Cabramatta is less than an hour from Sydney and is not just a place to visit – it is a place to discover.

With a tempting array of restaurants, food stalls, supermarkets and specialty stores, Cabramatta is a bustling marketplace capturing the vitality and diversity of South-East Asia.

Choose from a wide range of Asian foods, herbs and spices, fresh seafood, meat and vegetables, quality fabrics, clothing, jewellery, electrical goods, herbal medicine,  and professional services. You will always find someone eager to explain how to use Asian produce in your cooking, assist your business to prosper, improve your health, or find that hard-to-find gift.

Among more than 100 fresh food cafes and restaurants are the authentic cuisines of Vietnam, Thailand, Korea, Laos and Cambodia, plus several Chinese styles and an excellent choice of vegetarian eateries influenced by the Buddhist communities in the area. 

Don’t miss Sydney’s largest Asian festival, The Cabramatta Moon Festival, held about September, and the Lunar New Year festival, celebrated yearly in late January to early February. 

Neighbouring Canley Heights and Canley Vale town centres offer great shopping and dining options with accessible parking. Restaurants also participate in Good Food Month throughout October.

Getting to Cabramatta is easy. Come by road using the M5 Motorway, rail to Cabramatta Station, or by the T-Way and bus connection between Parramatta and Liverpool.

Contact the Place Manager

For more information on Cabramatta contact Council’s Place Manager, Cabramatta on mail@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au or telephone 9724 7811.

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