The Hills Centre for the Performing Arts was once a beautiful cultural hub for art, but it was torn down to make way for the West Rail Link.
The Castle Hill Players just celebrated 40 years at the Pavilion Theatre, and the Powerhouse Discovery Centre Collection Stores at Castle Hill act as part of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences. Storing nearly 400,000 artifacts, it is one of the largest warehouses of its kind and is open to the public.
The Hills Crafts Markets open the fourth Sunday of every month (except January). They allow parents to shop with local artisans while kids play, paint, and enjoy music. The Castle Hill Agricultural Show is held every March at the Castle Hill Showground. Plenty of locals enjoy the visiting the cafes spread across Castle Hill.
The population sits at almost 38,000 people, with over 62 per cent born in Australia. Additionally, the Hills Shire is one of the best local government areas (LGAs) in Australia.