Gregory Hills


Gregory Hills NSW 2557 is a stunning suburb of Sydney, in the local government area of Camden Council. Located 56km southwest of Sydney’s CBD, the suburb was assigned in 2008, named from the Marist Brothers St Gregory’s Chapel on the land before suburban development.

The suburb sits above the wider Camden area and is one of Australia’s first ever rural production areas. Over the years, Camden has grown as an abundant rural centre for agriculture and viticulture. The suburb comprises of gently rolling fields which is framed by large, mature trees, with surrounding district views across the rural valley to the Blue Mountains.

Gregory Hills neighbours the growing suburb of Gledswood Hills comprising of a masterplan community that includes a future town centre, parks and sports fields, paths and cycle ways, childcare and community centre, transport and education facilities.


Getting Around

Gregory Hills is conveniently located. Gregory Hills Drive provides the community with direct access to the M5 and local train stations. Camden Valley Way and a number of bus services which connect residents to the region.

Gregory Hills is located just 10 minutes from Leppington railway station on the South West Rail Link connects the suburb with the Sydney Trains rail network at Glenfield. Construction begin in mid-2010 and opened early 2015. Busabout and Interline Bus Services operate in the area, connecting residents to local train stations and major regional hubs.