Peaceful Baulkham Hills is all about family-friendly living. Workers commute by car or bus to the city, Parramatta, North Shore and Kellyville. There’s no train line yet but the North West Rail Link is nearing completion. Norwest Business Park is a big employer as is the education sector. On weekends you’ll find residents in the many parks playing, jogging and even koala-spotting. The mall of choice is Stocklands Baulkham Hills Shopping Centre while busy Windsor Road has a typical suburban line-up of local shops. When it comes to dining, Italian restaurants reigns supreme, but Chef Lee Chinese Restaurant is a favourite with locals. Cafes tend to stick to tried and tested favourites, and kids are always welcome at Baulkham Hills’ eateries. There are many schools to choose from including the academically selective Baulkham Hills High and St Michael's Catholic Primary School. Big houses on big blocks are the norm and the many swimming pools dotted through backyards are further signs of a booming area. Apartments are also in high demand and there are many new developments to choose from. Baulkham Hills’ proximity to arterial roads makes commuting to Sydney or Parramatta a cinch. In-demand schools are on your doorstep and there are plenty of parks. A strong sense of community, hospitals and easy shopping make Baulkham Hills a popular choice for families.
Peaceful Baulkham Hills is all about family-friendly living.