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Castle Hill is one of Sydney’s most sought after suburbs, with its wide pleasant streets, diverse architecture and abundance of green spaces. Less than half-an-hour to the city centre by train or car, Castle Hill has become an increasingly popular commuter hub - particularly for those working in finance or big business. The area also has a rich history, from its indigenous significance to its agricultural importance in the 20th century, meaning there are plenty of heritage sites and museums dedicated to its development into the thriving neighbourhood it is today.
Castle Hill is a popular base for those visiting Sydney on business. Whilst there are plenty of hotels and guesthouses in the area, those planning an extended stay in the neighbourhood might be better suited to serviced apartments. These properties offer all the benefits of a traditional hotel, with room cleaning and reception as standard, whilst affording a much greater level of privacy, as well as enhanced features such as secure access and full kitchen facilities. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment of functional corporate housing in Castle Hill, the Squa.re present a range of properties to suit your particular requirements - each having been selected for its high quality decor, the desirability of its location and its range of mod-cons.
Castle Hill has a great community spirit and many visitors find that when they are not travelling into the city, they are more than happy to while away their time exploring the area’s cafes, bars and parks. There are also several museums and historic landmarks nearby, which are a great opportunity for first time visitors to learn more about the neighbourhood’s development over the years.
Another great thing about Castle Hill is its proximity to some of the region’s most impressive countryside. Sitting just South West of several national parks, it’s a great place from which to venture out on hiking trips, nature spotting excursions or even just to enjoy the scenery on an afternoon drive. Tour operators also organise trips across the most popular areas throughout the year.
Of course, Castle Hills is just thirty minutes away from Australia’s most visited city, meaning those staying in the area also have easy access to the incredible sights and landmarks of Sydney. So whether you are looking to experience one of the world’s most diverse cities, explore the region’s unique countryside, or simply spend an afternoon relaxing in friendly surroundings, Castle Hill is the perfect base.
Visitors to Castle Hill will not have to travel far to find some great places to eat. There are several restaurants in the area, with Spidar, Enigma at the Piazza and Sedici being particularly popular with locals and tourists alike. For something a little more exotic, there’s Castle Taj Indian Tandoori Restaurant, Andaz Indian and Pimarn Thai Restaurant - all offering contemporary Asian cuisine in an elegant environment. Those visiting with families may also enjoy somewhere like Knightsbridge Pizzeria, which is known for its relaxed atmosphere.
Castle Hill has plenty of great places to shop, with several centres and plenty of independent retailers. Castle Mall, Castle Towers and Hills Super Centre all offer a great selection of stores, ranging from high street fashion to cutting edge electronics and gadgetry. There’s also the The Reject Shop Castle Hill offering a great selection of products, as well as several independent stores dotted along Castle Street.
As a Sydney suburb, Castle Hill is just a short journey from some of Australia’s best attractions. However, there’s also plenty to do in the immediate vicinity. Museum Discovery Centre is a great learning experience with thousands of interactive visits, whilst the Pavillion Theatre has a fantastic programme of shows all year round. For those who enjoy the outdoors, there’s Bella Vista Farm Park and Fagan Park, both offering lush green spaces, activities and food vendors.
Sydney's public transport system features a comprehensive network of train, bus and ferry services. Light rail lines, airport links, sightseeing buses and taxi services complement the network.The Opal card is the cty’s contactless payment system, offering reduced fares across multiple journeys. Sydney Buses travel through the city and beyond almost 24 hours a day, whilst most internal train routes run until 4am. Alternatively, taxis and private hire firms are a convenient way of making short journeys, though these can be expensive compared to public transport.
The economy of Sydney is built around trading, manufacturing, finance and distribution and is the largest economy in Australia. There are several major manufacturing companies operating locally, including Arnott's, Coca-Cola Amatil, Arrium, Visy, Amcor and Rheem, among many others. Tourism in Sydney generates approximately $30 billion in tourism, which is supported by numerous tour operators and leisure companies. Sydney is also home to the headquarters of the Australian Stock Exchange and the Reserve Bank of Australia.