Property Focus

Glenhaven is a semi-rural community apart of The Hills Shire that is approximately 30kms from the CBD. The area is a mix of large grand homes and semi rural acreages as well as a retirement village, it is an ideal mix for those who love a touch of the country.

Glenhaven History Quick Facts

  • Originally named ‘”Sandhurst” but the name was changed after it caused confusion with another suburb in Melbourne.
  • The upper portion of the valley “The Glen” & the lower portion “The Haven” hence the new suburb name of Glenhaven
  • Evans Road is named after John Evans, one of the first settlers in the area.

Residential Areas

  • Larger homes on 1000+sqm blocks & semi-rural acreages
  • Half the suburb is located on a ridge approx. 200m high
  • Three retirement villages are located in Glenhaven


  • There is a small local shopping complex on Glenhaven Road
  • Castle Towers is only a 10minute drive away.
  • Alternatively there is a Woolworths and Aldi supermarket at Round Corner, Dural


  • Buses from Rouse Hill, Parramatta and Castle Hill service most of the suburb
  • During peak hour services to the CBD run via the M2.

Sports & Recreation

  • Glenhaven Oval is located on Glenhaven Road, a single sports field for predominantly cricket and soccer.
  • Glenhaven Community Centre is available for hire. It has a main room for larger events and smaller meeting rooms. 
  • Glenhaven Football Club @ Holland Reserve
  • Glenhaven Netball Club  @ The Bernie Mullane Sporting Complex

What you'll find in Glenhaven

Community Facility
  • • Castle Glen Community Centre
Sports Field
  • • Castle Glen Reserve
Sports Court
  • • Castle Glen Reserve Skate Park
  • • Glendale Park
  • • Castle Hill Heritage Park
  • • Spain Reserve
  • • Ulundri Reserve