The beating pulse of Sydney’s Hills District, Castle
Hill is nothing short of suburban bliss. From the quiet leafy streets lined
with large family abodes to the bustling shopping district of Castle Towers, this
well-connected suburban hotspot is packed full of family goodness.
a suburb that has seen a lot of change of late, Castle Hill has held on tight
to what has made this neighbourhood so great. Easy access to the city and
country, spacious homes, quality schools and plenty of parklands.
of the action though happens in and around Castle Towers, where big-name
brands, fashion boutiques and global eats sit alongside cinema complexes and
entertainment hangouts. It’s an ever-growing hub, with apartments sprouting up nearby
and a train station (in fact, Castle Hill has two!).
step away from this stretch of Old Northern Road, and this suburban
neighbourhood takes on a decidedly different feel. Aside from the business
parks along the suburb’s western edges (where you will find homemaker stores
and indoor sports centres), Castle Hill is a spacious, yet quiet and leafy
are generously sized homes, well-maintained gardens, quality private and public
schools, and a whole lot of reserves and sporting fields to go around. Then
there is the monthly Hills Craft Market and the annual Castle Hill Agricultural
Show – a long-standing tradition that not only connects the community but is
also a nod to the area’s farming roots.
Quiet, leafy and full of wholesome goodness, life in Castle
Hill is all about comfortable living.