Seven Hills, NSW is a neighbourhood in Blacktown, New South Wales. It has a population of about 10,000 people and borders the suburbs of Quakers Hill and Pendle Hill. The suburb takes its name from Seven Hills Road that runs through it.
This area was once home to many orchards. The first school in the area was established at Seven Hills Road, a private cottage that is now owned by a descendent of one of its original owners.
Seven Hills have gone through major development and expansion over the last few years with new apartment blocks being erected all around it; these are primarily located on Liverpool Street as well as other smaller streets like Brown Street (notably near Pendle Hill). There is also retail space within Westpoint Shopping Centre, Blacktown’s newest centre that includes Coles supermarket and Woolworths stores.
The suburb mostly consists of residential developments but there are some small businesses scattered throughout such as local cafes, restaurants and convenience shops. Reserve Leagues Club offers memberships and access to social and sporting facilities.
Schools in the area include The Seven Hills Public School, Pendle Hill Primary School, and Quakers Hill East Infant.
The suburb is served by public transport with stops located on Gipps Road and a bus stop at the intersection of Victoria Street and Liverpool Street. There are also train stations in neighbouring suburbs such as Westmead, Blacktown, or Quakers hill that provide access to Sydney’s CBD.
There are many things to do in Seven Hills such as visit parks like Scenic Reserve Park or enjoy nature walks at Western Sydney Parklands. There are also plenty of shops for all your shopping needs on the high street including Woolworths Supermarket-Seven Hills Shopping Centre and Westfield Garden City Shopping Centre.
There are many parks in the area as well where you can soak up some sun, enjoy picnics or play sports like tennis at Seven Hills Community Centre. Some of them include Scenic Reserve Park and Western Sydney Parklands.
This suburb is growing rapidly, with new developments going up on a monthly basis. It’s one of the fastest-growing suburbs in all of NSW and it will be interesting to see how much bigger this neighbourhood becomes over the coming years. There are plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants on the high street for all your needs. Reserve Leagues Club also provides access to sporting facilities as well as social events for those interested in meeting other people around Seven Hills.