Location: Kellyville Ridge


Kellyville Ridge is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Kellyville Ridge is located 41 kilometres north-west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of City of Blacktown. It is part of Greater Western Sydney. The suburb is surrounded by The Ponds, Rouse Hill, Kellyville Ridge, Beaumont Hills, Stanhope Gardens and Kellyville.

The suburb takes its name from the ridge, the main geographical feature of vertical significance in the northern part of the area. Kellyville Ridge is thought to be the area where the Castle Hill Rebellion (also known as the Second Battle of Vinegar Hill) took place, many roads and reserves are named after it in Kellyville and a memorial was placed in Castlebrook Lawn Cemetery in 1988. Kellyville Ridge became a separate suburb when the area west of Windsor Road was renamed in 2002.


Getting Around

The Windsor Road A2 connects Kellyville Ridge with other towns, suburbs and cities. It also connects Kellyville Ridge with Rouse Hill, Kellyville, Castle Hill, Box Hill, Riverstone and nearby suburbs. The Windsor Road A2 meets Westlink M7 near Glenwood connecting the suburb with Sydney.  

Local Area Statistics



Population 8,344
Male 4160
Female 4184
Median Age 30

Source ABS Census 2011, KELLYVILLE RIDGE



All private dwellings 2562
Average people per household 3.4
Median weekly household income $2,327
Median monthly mortgage repayments $2900
Median weekly rent $480
Average motor vehicles per dwelling 2

Source ABS Census 2011, KELLYVILLE RIDGE