Cecil Hills, located 38 kms west of the Sydney CBD, is part of the local government area of the city of Liverpool and is in the Greater Western Sydney region.
In 1817, a 2,000 acre property in the Parish of Cabramatta was granted to a private individual by the name of John Wylde, a judge-advocate of New South Wales. The property, which was named Cecil Hills, continued as a farm until the 1980s. It was later on redeveloped for housing and in 1992, the suburb was officially named Cecil Hills.
Cecil Hills is one of the newer residential suburbs, with many parklands in the west. In the area towards the shopping centre and near the parklands, you will find grand homes and spacious green spaces and lovely, well-manicured homes and gardens. The homes tend to be smaller in the area nearer the high school and adjacent to Cowpasture Road. Overall, Cecil Hills is a great place to live as it is safe and clean. The general vibe is friendly and neighbourly.
The Cecil Hills Shopping Village offers a mix of retail stores including a fruit shop, hair dresser, takeaway shop, real estate agency, beauty boutique, restaurant, medical centre, chemist and Woolworths Supermarket.
The two local schools, Cecil Hills High School and Cecil Hills Public School, have a great reputation. Cecil Hills Early Education and Care Centre, on Sandringham Drive, offers educational care for children between six weeks and five years of age. Another child care facility in Cecil Hills is Head Start Long Day Care.
The suburb is on the south-west of the crossing of Cowpasture Road and Elizabeth Drive. It is serviced by public buses operated by Transit Systems NSW.
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*Data based on the 2016 Census.