A Landmark Comes To Life

A benchmark of aspirational architecture. A stunning sculptural form in the sky. Designed by the international acclaimed Woods Bagot, the dynamic façade of WestVillage reflects the vibrant life and momentum of Parramatta.

It is a masterpiece of purposeful elegance and unrivalled beauty


Bamboo Waves – Honouring Our Past

The Bamboo Wave begins its journey by paying tribute to the Parramatta River as one of the most important historical and cultural symbols at the heart of the Eora nation. ‘Parramatta’ is an Aboriginal name derived from the Burramattagol clan of the Darug people, the traditional custodians of this land for over 60,000 years. The Parramatta River is where ocean saltwater meets river freshwater, of where the eels spawn and then migrate from river to sea. This repeats every full moon cycle, representing migration, movement and new life – its significance symbolically shared by both the river and the people.

Polygon Butterfly – Inspiring The Future

While the Bamboo Wave honours the past through tribute to the Parramatta River and the eel, the Polygon butterfly inspires hope for the future. With the eel beholden to its roots, the butterfly inspires us to conceptualise the future through the way we creatively think, move and live. A universal symbol of metamorphosis, the butterfly artwork is a testament that the people of Parramatta are and always will be in a state of transformation and new beginnings. Parramatta is a place of optimism and encouragement.

West Village Display

Display Opening Hours

Monday – Friday: 10am-5pm
Saturday & Sunday: By appointment only

Shop 1/88, Church St, Parramatta, NSW 2150, Sydney Australia