Castle Hill 2154 is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, located approximately 30km north-west of the CBD. This historically and culturally rich area sits within the Hills District. It covers two local government areas—Hornsby Shire and The Hills Shire.
Castle Hill boasts a deep, long-running history across Indigenous and European cultures. The area was first home to Bidjigal people, and this history is commemorated by the region’s expansive Bidjigal Reserve.
The suburb is now home to more than 39,500 people. It is a safe, affluent area with excellent community connections, good public transport access, rich educational opportunities, and a tranquil lifestyle.
There are approximately 149 early learning centres in and around the Castle Hill region, offering long daycare, family daycare, occasional care, and out of school hours care.
Food and activities
Castle Hill features a traditional shopping strip on its southern side, along with a large, modern shopping centre and several department stores. Young families in the area will enjoy Castle Hill’s modern library, community centre, and leafy parklands.
Many centres within Castle Hill offer convenient childcare opportunities, including on-site meals, excursions and incursions, and transport. For families looking to enrol their children in a modern early learning centre or program, Castle Hill childcare is a fantastic choice.