Rawson Communities

North West Sydney

House and land packages in North West Sydney

The excitement of living in North West Sydney isn’t just about today; it’s about being part of something bigger. With an additional 250,000 people expected to make the move by the end of the decade, the NSW government is investing heavily in the region over the next decade to match the expansion of housing communities, ensuring more essential infrastructure like roads, jobs, schools and services are on their way. With a number of exciting new communities under development, join us on this incredible journey as we shape the metropolis of the future, a place where you’ll thrive, innovate, and create lasting memories.

Explore our house and land packages available now in Box Hill and Woodlands, Vineyard!

Current Communities in North West Sydney

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About Rawson Homes

We have been expertly delivering great communities and homes to live in for over 45 years.

From humble beginnings in 1978 in Country NSW, Rawson Homes have grown to be one of the largest and most trusted builders and land developers in NSW & ACT.

We’ve currently got a range of exciting neighbourhoods for you to be a part of across North West SydneySouth West Sydney and in the ACT & Surrounds – find a house and land package in a community that suits your lifestyle below. 

*Rawson Homes conducts 3 independent quality checks for new builds in the ACT, Hunter/Newcastle, South Coast and Sydney regions during the build process.

Over 45 years'
Customer support
from start to finish
Independently quality
checked 3 times*
Have built over
10,000 homes

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North West Sydney is a vibrant area known for its mix of urban conveniences and scenic landscapes. With significant investment in infrastructure, including transport, education, and health services, it’s an area poised for growth, making it an attractive option for families and professionals alike.

North West Sydney, particularly the Hills District, has a rich history as the site of early convict farms that supplied food to the colony of New South Wales. Despite urban development, the area retains much of its rural charm and offers a variety of leisure activities such as bushwalking and horse riding, allowing residents to connect with its historical roots.

The region is well-connected by road and rail. Major roads provide direct access to Sydney’s inner West, and the area is serviced by two railway lines, ensuring easy travel to and from Sydney’s CBD and other parts of the metropolitan area.

North West Sydney boasts a vibrant nightlife, national parks, a thriving arts scene, and is a hub for sports, hosting numerous local teams. The suburbs are more relaxed and generally more affordable compared to inner-city living. They also offer incredible food and drink options, lush green spaces, and entertainment venues.

Yes, the area is home to a diverse population, with significant numbers of residents born overseas. This diversity is celebrated through events like Diversity Fest, which promotes a rich cultural exchange.

Western Sydney has a bustling calendar full of multicultural events and performances. Local and international talent is showcased in various venues, including the Sydney Coliseum, Theatre and Riverside Theatres in Parramatta. Additionally, education providers like Western Sydney University (WSU) offer community events such as live music, game nights, and student breakfasts.

The suburbs are surrounded by natural bushlands, parklands, hiking trails, and national parks, providing numerous opportunities for outdoor activities and exploration. Attractions include The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan and the Blue Mountains, known for their rich biodiversity and stunning views.

Western Sydney’s culinary scene is vibrant, with a variety of cuisines on offer. Parramatta’s Eat Street is famous for its cafes, bars, and restaurants, offering an alfresco dining experience particularly popular during summer months. Rouse Hill Town Centre also offers a central hub where residents can enjoy entertainment, access to services, shopping and a range of dining experiences.