While South West Sydney offers new home buyers a variety of options when it comes to choosing which new residential estate to call home, not all new communities are created equal. The old “location, location, location” adage is as true in property today as it ever was. And when looking for your new home, it pays to pull back and look at the location in the broader scheme of things.
In the first part of this two-part blog, we covered off how long it will take you to get to key attractions and services by car if you live in Gregory Hills. Now, in part two, we do the same for critical infrastructure (highways, trains, and more). As with part one, this list illustrates the convenience and centrality you’ll in enjoy when you choose to call Gregory Hills home.
Campbelltown Train Station: An easy 12-minute, 6.5km trip down Bagdally Road. Located adjacent to Campbelltown Mall and one of the key public transport hubs in South West Sydney, Campbelltown Train Station is staffed 24/7 and has trains and buses that can take you all over Sydney.
Hume Highway/M5 (northbound): A 9-minute, 7km drive via Gregory Hills Drive/Bagdally Road, Eagle Vale Drive and Raby Road will put you on the Hume Highway heading north and connecting with the M5 South Western Freeway. In less than 10 minutes you will be on the M5 fast-tracking your way to Sydney City and surrounds.
Hume Highway (southbound): 10 minutes and 6.8km via The Northern Road will put you on the Hume Highway heading south and swiftly on your southern saunter to Wollongong, the Southern Highlands, Canberra, and beyond.
M7 Highway: In 16 minutes and 17.4km via the Hume Highway you can be on the Westlink M7 Motorway, which will clear the way for you to scoot north unabated to Eastern Creek (where you can connect to the M4 Motorway). Staying on the M7 will connect you to the Hills District in Sydney’s North West, or stay on the M7 to connect with the M2 Motorway, which will take you to Sydney’s north side.
Western Sydney University (Campbelltown campus): 13 minutes and 8.1km via either Bagdally Road or Narellan Rd. The modern Campbelltown campus is a centrepiece of the network of Western Sydney University campuses across Greater Western Sydney.
Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport: Yes, you won’t be able to hop on a plane and set off on your overseas adventure for another six years. But it’s good to know that once the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport at Badgerys Creek does open for business in 2026 you will only be 28 minutes and 21.7km (via The Northern Road) from the departure gates. Exciting, right?
Make Gregory Hills home in 2020
Of course, you don’t even have to leave Gregory Hills to access many essential services. At Gregory Hills Town Centre you’ll find a full-service supermarket, a family medical centre, a dining precinct, and more than 20 speciality stores. Talk to us today to find out more about what makes Gregory Hills unique.