Centrally located in Parramatta, at the heart of one of Australia’s most dynamic and largest economic regions, Coleman Greig boasts a level of growth and success that has mirrored that of the business community in which we are based.
By offering industry-specific knowledge and expertise to match the variety of industries in the region, Coleman Greig ensures that Western Sydney has access to the best possible advice and representation – locally.
The current range of legal services we offer includes:
Parramatta Office Level 15 32 Smith Street Parramatta NSW 2150
DX 8226 Parramatta NSW PO Box 260, Parramatta NSW 2124
The economic capital of Greater Western Sydney and the sixth largest CBD in Australia, Parramatta is a major business and commercial centre. As the second largest employment hub outside of Sydney’s CBD, the city boasts an estimated 90,000 people working across a range of businesses, from family owned small to medium sized enterprises through to subsidiaries of major multinationals. Parramatta is also home to Western Sydney University, one of the fastest growing universities in the country.
With the region currently experiencing a period of rapid economic and infrastructural growth, a few of the key projects taking place in Parramatta include:
With services approximately every 7.5 minutes between 7am and 7pm, and every 15 minutes outside the all-day peak, the Parramatta Light Rail project will revolutionise the way people move around the region, creating more local jobs and improving overall access to major health and sporting destinations.
The NSW Government’s Metropolitan Strategy, ‘A Plan for Growing Sydney’, highlights Parramatta’s potential to provide 100,000 jobs over the next 20 years. The Plan also sets out that Greater Parramatta (including Westmead, Parramatta North, Rydalmere and Camellia) will become one of the key Strategic Centres for Sydney.
Based in Parramatta since 1928, our office is perfectly positioned to service clients in the aforementioned areas, as well as Prospect, Eastern Creek, Huntingwood, Arndell Park, Bankstown and beyond – including Western Sydney Trust’s proposed business hubs.