Elevated 167m above sea level, Pennant Hills is a popular suburb in Sydney’s northern districts, located in the Hornsby Shire and 25 kilometres from the bustling CBD. Permanent settlement dates as far back as 1840, with rapid growth in the late 1880s following the establishment of the Northern railway line.
Now, Pennant Hills is a popular and well established residential area, offering a great lifestyle to the families that choose to call the suburb home. Well connected by rail and road, Pennant Hills train station connects to Hornsby, Chatswood and the city and buses operate to the Hills District. Schools include Pennant Hills Public School and St Agatha’s Catholic Primary School for kindergarten to grade 6, Pennant Hills High School and state run co-ed school and Mount St Benedict College is a girls Catholic Secondary School.
Residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to sports and recreation, Pennant Hills Park is home to a rugby/cricket field, soccer field, tennis courts and netball facilities, two hockey fields and an archery range all surrounded by beautiful bushland with numerous walking tracks to enjoy.
Pennant Hills is also major commercial centre, with many businesses located on or close to Pennant Hills Road, which is a major arterial road stretching from Parramatta to the M1 motorway.