Bella Vista

Suburb

Bella Vista is located approximately 32 kilometres west of Sydney in The Hills Shire.

Original inhabitants of Bella Vista were the Darug people. The Darug were the custodians of the majority of what is now the Greater Sydney region. They were divided into a number of different ‘clans’, whose quick demise upon European settlement has sadly resulted in very little information remaining on how they utilised the local area.

Bella Vista’s most famous historical resident was Elizabeth Macarthur who farmed sheep on her “Seven Hills Farm”. The Pearce family later acquired part of this property, built a homestead and named their farm “Bella Vista”.

Bella Vista Farm is now home to local events including the Sydney Country Music Festival and Shakespeare in the Park.

Bella Vista is known for its internationally renowned Norwest Business Park, which combines major businesses and residential precincts in a contemporary setting.

Nearby Accommodation

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Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge Standard Room

Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge

Castle Hill, The Hills Shire

Novotel Norwest Sydney

Novotel Sydney Norwest

Baulkham Hills, The Hills Shire

Adina Apartment Hotel Norwest

Adina Apartment Hotel Norwest Sydney

Baulkham Hills, The Hills Shire

Nearby Things to Do

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Blacktown Tennis Centre Stanhope

Blacktown Tennis Centre Stanhope

Stanhope Gardens, Blacktown

Outback, bush, remote travel

Southern Cross 4WD Safaris

Glenwood, Blacktown

Boronia Tours

Boronia Tours

Castle Hill, The Hills Shire