There a number of parks already open within Gregory Hills including the popular Thomas Donovan Park, Marcellin Park, Currawong Park and the newly opened La Valla Park.
Still to opening in 2018/19 is Cunningham Park which is a fully equip sports ground which features sports fields, basketball courts, cricket nets, outdoor exercise equipment and a fully equip amenities building. As well as Howard park which is an outdoor recreational space for people of all ages to enjoy.
Gregory Hills does not have recycled water. Your builder will be required to install a rainwater tank to comply with BASIX.
Gregory Hills will have its very own shopping centre. Gregory Hills Town Centre is now under construction and stage 1 which will feature a Woolworths, BWS, medical centre and 20 speciality store is planned to open in mid 2019.. Narellan Town Centre is a short drive and has over 200 shops. Narellan Town Centre has recently completed a $180 million dollar expansion.
Gregory Hills has its very own fibre network provided by Opticomm. There is no waiting for the NBN. You will have access to fast internet speeds along with free to air T.V and access to pay T.V such as foxtel. Your phone line also operates over the fibre, and you have a choice of phone companies and internet service providers.
Once you have purchased your block at Gregory Hills, you can have the freedom to choose your own builder.
Here at Gregory Hills buyers are required to comply with the Turner Road Development Control Plan. There are no additional developer guidelines.
No, Gregory Hills is a Torrens Titled Estate meaning no levies to be paid you only pay the normal Camden Council rates.
Yes. Dart West Developments constructs retaining walls on lots that have a fall greater than 3%. Therefore, all lots are generally fairly flat and this ensures your site costs are kept to a minimum.
Yes there are two different bus companies operating in Gregory Hills. Busways and Interline Bus Services. Buses go to Minto, Campbelltown and Narellan.
Yes, Gregory Hills Drive now connects all the down to Bagdally Road which connects Gregory Hills to Campbelltown Railway Station. You now also have direct access the M5 via Eagle Vale Drive and Raby Road.