One of Sydney’s fastest-growing suburbs, Kellyville Ridge is located 41 kilometres north-west of the Sydney CBD in the local government area of City of Blacktown. Kellyville Ridge is part of Greater Western Sydney.
Kellyville Ridge is named after a prominent ridge found in the suburb. History books say that the Castle Hill Rebellion or the second battle of Vinegar Hill took place here in 1804. It became a separate suburb in 2002. Many roads and reserves are named after the battle and a memorial was placed in Castlebrook Lawn Cemetery in 1988.
Kellyville Ridge became a separate suburb when the area west of Windsor Road was renamed in 2002.
Kellyville Ridge is also a popular suburb for families because of its expansive reserves.
- Reserve 801, located on Duchess Street
- Reserve 808, located on Glenheath Avenue
- Reserve 811, located on Fyfe Road
- Reserve 813, located on Adriatic Street
- Reserve 816, located on Portal Street
- Vinegar Hill Reserve, located on Waterford Street
The top class public schools in and around Kellyville Ridge include primary schools like Kellyville Ridge Public School and high schools like Glenwood High.
Primary schools include:
- Kellyville Ridge Public School
- John XXIII Primary
Nearby high schools include:
- Glenwood High
- Kellyville High
- St Marks Catholic College
- The Ponds High School
The Westlink M7 Motorway runs near the suburb and provides a link to the M2 Hills Motorway.
Served by the Metro train at Bella Vista and Norwest, with high frequency services to Macquarie Park and Chatswood. The suburb is also located near Quakers Hill Railway station.
Hillsbus provides services to Sydney, Chastwood, Rouse Hill, Parramatta, Blacktown and Castle Hill.
Median property prices over the last year range from $945,000 for houses to $540,000 for units. Maturing couples and families make up the largest percentage of people living in Kellyville Ridge followed by established couples and families and young families.
*Sourced from Wikipedia and Realestate.com