Sydney’s Hills district is located within the north west urban area of Greater Sydney stretching from just north of Parramatta 30 minutes from Sydney CBD, to Wisemans Ferry on the Hawkesbury River about 90 minutes from Sydney CBD. It varies dramatically from native bush and busy suburban towns to rural landscapes and tiny villages.
It is easily accessed from all adjacent regions by road, with new high-capacity motorways now operating through the key suburbs, and regular rail services.
The intersection known as Baulkham Hills Junction is the junction of several major roads: Seven Hills Road, Old Northern Road and Windsor Road. The fastest route from the Sydney CBD is via the M2 motorway.
Numerous parks, reserves and riverside natural environments have made the area an ideal location for leisurely family recreational activities, and despite it’s fresh and futuristic development, the region is dotted with historical icons offering anecdotal evidence to the earliest settlements in Australia.
The Sydney Hills District is a myriad of about 30 suburbs & villages in the north western region of Sydney, Australia. Baulkham Hills "The Garden Shire", is the predominant governing body of the area. Its administrative centre is located in the suburb of Castle Hill.
There’s no mistake about the geographic aspect in the naming of significant suburbs in the area with it’s rolling hills, bushland, market gardens and urban sprawl.
Baulkham Hills Shire has attracted a large number of 'upwardly mobile', young families looking for a less congested living environment, making it one of the most rapidly growing region’s in Australia.
Dining out and night-time entertainment have become competitive in the Hills District as it sets the bar for traditional elite Sydney’s east-side and northern beaches venues to match. The heart-pounding Sydney property revolution has come to the hills and the extra-ordinary standard of eating-out venues is testament to the value-spread up the Windsor Road.