Baulkham Hills, Sydney
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This suburb in the north west of Sydney is situated in the Australian state of New South Wales. Baulkham Hills is located 31 km (19 miles) from the central business district of Sydney in the local government area of The Hills Shire. The suburb features a number of parks, shopping centres, schools and a hospital.
The suburb of Baulkham Hills offers the Stockland shopping centre with retail establishments such as Cole’s supermarket, a Woolworths store, and Aldi. There are also dozens of specialty shops at the centre. Baulkham Hills, due to its nearness to Sydney, shares the areas economic sectors that include property and business services, retail, manufacturing, and health and community services. Four of the ten largest corporations in Australia have office space or other facilities in Sydney. They are Caltex Australia, the Commonwealth Bank, Westpac, and Woolworths.
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Baulkham Hills is home to several parks and reserves. One is the Bidjigal Reserve featuring native fauna such as koalas, swamp wallabies, and eastern water dragons. Smaller reserves in the area include the Sophia Doyle reserve and the Crestwood Reserve, which provide brushtail and ringtail possum habitat, along with a home for many types of birds and lizards. Just a few minutes from the Baulkham Hills city centre is Sydney Olympic Park. This area was redeveloped for the 2000 Olympics. The facilities built for this park have been used for other events, including the annual Sydney Festival and the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Dining options in Baulkham Hills include restaurants such as Money Bag Thai, Trevi Lakeside, Thai Waterfront, and Belmonte’s Italian Cuisine.
The closest major airport to Baulkham Hills, Australia is Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport. This airport is 11 km (27 miles) from the suburb. Baulkham Hills is primarily accessible by road. There is public transportation available in the suburb by bus. Hillsbus and Metrobus both serve the area with routes connecting to the local, surrounding suburbs and Sydney’s central business district.