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GLEDSWOOD HILLS

Gledswood Hills, as the name suggests, is a suburb define by rolling hills nestled between Camden Valley Way and Gregory Hills Drive. It’s well known for being the former site of the famous El Caballo Blanco and today is home to some of the finest, golf courses in Sydney and is a popular place for young families. On the traditional land of the Dharug people, Gledswood Hills has views across South-West Sydney out to the landscape of the Campbelltown, Camden Wollondilly, and the Blue Mountains.

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Begin your day with a Will & Co coffee at Parx Coffee House. This buzzing café is always busy with locals, especially known for their great brunches and smooth, fresh coffee. With friendly service and plenty of seating space, we love that you always feel welcome here. You’ll also find XS Espresso across the road which is another great coffee spot and equally friendly and buzzing.



If you want to stretch your legs and get a lay of the land, you’ll find a great walking path along the South Creek. With well-manicured and beautifully landscaped gardens, a stroll along this path looks up at the hills and homes of Gledswood Hills. You’ll spot South Creek Reserve and further up there’s Gledswood Hills Reserve which has a great little playground for the children.


Within Gledswood Hills, and atop one of the most picturesque hills, you’ll find the beautiful Norman Estate. This residential community is designed by leading developers Sekisui House, and is marked by neat landscaping, a community centre with a tennis court, pool, and clubhouse.


The namesake of this suburb Gledswood Homestead & Winery is a stunning and state heritage listed collection of buildings that dates back to 1810. Gledswood is a colonial homestead and the site of a former vineyard and farm. Over its history, the homestead has passed through the hands of many significant historical figures including James Chisholm who built the still-standing rubble stone house in the style of an Indian bungalow. Since the 1970s, the property has been used as a winery and local tourism destination for people to visit, for events and weddings.



Today, the Gledswood Homestead & Winery is a very popular venue and is also open to the public for regular events throughout the year. Visit and try their popular Cellar Door high tea, live music nights, and markets. This is a truly unique hidden gem in Western Sydney with simply so much beauty, style and history.



For the golf fanatics, or those who enjoy a drink overlooking the green, head to Lakeside Golf Club on Raby Road. The golf course is open to members and guests and is incredibly well-kept. The clubhouse is spacious and overlooks the course, with a great selection of bistro meals and drinks. With views towards the South-West, Western Sydney is at its finest.



Another great venue, perfect for lunch or dinner, is Gledswood Hills Country Club. Again, this venue has an exceptional view of Western Sydney from one of the area’s prominent hilltops. Enjoy a meal from their vibrant restaurants including piping hot wood fire pizzas, burgers, and delicious BBQ smoked meats.



Gledswood Hills has come alive as a destination of beauty and space in the West. It sits adjacent to the Scenic Hills Ridgeline that separates Camden and Campbelltown LGAs. WEST loves that this suburb is filled with many hidden gems to discover and learn about.


It’s a suburb with an appealing lifestyle and endless views of this bustling part of the region. As home to some of the best golf courses in the Sydney Basin it is genuinely a destination well worth discovering.

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