Invest in The Hills

The Hills is an affluent area projected to grow significantly.


The Hills has significant white collar labour force, comprising 80% of employed residents. The well-educated and professional workforce is reflected by a high average annual income in The Hills of over $120,000, which is 27.4% above the Sydney average.

The Hills provides a high level of amenity for residents including several modern shopping precincts, hospitals, schools and employment.

The Hills has historically recorded strong growth for apartments, confidently recording an average 4.3% over ten years and 20.8% growth in the twelve months to June 2014.

Also delivering strong rental returns, The Hills enjoys an indicative gross rental yield of 5.1%, for the 12 months to June 2014, which is above the Sydney apartment average of 4.5%.

North West Rail Link

The $8.3 billion North West Rail Link is currently Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project and a priority rail project for the NSW Government. When completed, the rail link will be the first fully-automated rapid transit rail system in Australia.

North West Rail Link

The project will deliver eight new railway station and 4,000 commuter car parking spaces to Sydney’s growing North West and is estimated to be completed in 2018. Trains will operate every four minutes in the peak – or at least 15 trains an hour. Customers won’t need a timetable – you’ll just turn up and go.

The North West Rail Link will transform The Hills and over the coming decades an extra 200,000 people will move into the North West Growth Centre, taking its population above 600,000 – a staggering 33% population increase creating unprecedented apartment demand.

Why Norwest

The Norwest Business Park and retail precincts are North-West Sydney’s employment, shopping, dining and recreation destination, providing an outstanding opportunity to link business and pleasure with easy urban living.

The Hills is benefiting from over $12 billion in infrastructure projects, including the North West Rail Link – Australia’s largest public transport infrastructure project, directly connecting The Hills to Sydney CBD in just 35 minutes, with trains every 4 minutes in peak times once completed.

Other current projects include the Hills M2 Motorway upgrade, Norwest Private Hospital expansion and Castle Towers Shopping Centre expansion.

The Hills is expected to provide upward of 58,000 new jobs by 2031, and Norwest is home to some of Australia’s top companies including Woolworths, The Reserve Bank of Australia, PWC, Optus and the Commonwealth Bank.

The Norwest community is also serviced by Norwest Marketown, Hillsong Church, several schools, lakeside cafes and restaurants as well as Norwest Private Hospital.

Oakmont is perfectly positioned to capitalise on demand from The Hills’ urban Gen-Y professionals, as well as empty-nesters.

Upsize your investment returns

According to leading research firm Urbis, “The Hills includes parts of the fast growing North West growth centre of Sydney that includes an emerging apartments market leveraging new transport infrastructure and improving connectivity”.

The Hills is experiencing all three of the Urbis economics and research fundamentals that support a sustainable region, including population growth, infrastructure investment and employment generation.

Renting households Median weekly rent growth

Oakmont is perfectly positioned to capitalise on residential demand from Norwest’s growing population of urban Gen-Y professionals, as well as empty nesters.

Oakmont’s larger-than-life investment returns will be supported by The Hills’ core fundamentals, including:


Local amenity including considerable open space and recreation.

Infrastructure Investment

The Hills is well positioned to benefit from over $12 billion of infrastructure investment to support the growing population.

Employment Growth

The Hills has emerging employment nodes with over 58,700 new jobs anticipated to be located within the catchment by 2031.

Population Growth

The Hills has a fast growing population projected to grow by 68,000 over the next 20 years.

Sales Price Growth

Median apartment price growth of 21 percent in the last 12 months.

Rental Growth

Median two bedroom apartment rents have recorded average annual growth of 5.6% in the last decade.

Why Oakmont

Larger-than-life luxury

Oakmont offers larger-than-life apartments with exceptionally generous living areas, lavish alfresco balconies for entertaining family and friends and spacious multi-purpose rooms for work or play.

  • 1 bedroom + MPR apartments from 94 to 119m2
  • 2 bedroom + MPR apartments from 110 to 135m2
  • 3 bedroom + MPR apartments from 156 to 182m2

Comprising luxuriously appointed low-rise apartments in a spacious parkland setting with plentiful car accommodation and an exclusive Recreation Club, Oakmont provides a larger-than-life urban lifestyle.

Sophisticated finishes accompany distinguished features including European appliances, air-conditioning, exquisite floor coverings, ample storage and intercom security.

Larger-than-life location

At home in the bustling Norwest precinct, Oakmont provides a larger-than-life urban lifestyle with entertainment, schools, restaurants and cafes, shopping, public transport, medical facilities, and, of course, a thriving business community.

Larger-than-life leisure

Norwest’s leisure amenity is right on Oakmont’s doorstep.

Desirable restaurants and cafes by the NOrwest lake as well as boutique marketown shopping in a thriving community.

Other social amenity includes Hillsong Church, and the prestigious Castle Hill Country Club, adjoining Oakmont.

Larger-than-life apartments

Oakmont’s larger-than-life apartments provide home-like space.

Expansive balconies provide the perfect environment for entertaining friends and hosting grand family occasions. Generous open spaces flow from one area to another and provide room for all generations to enjoy. And sizeable multi-purpose rooms provide ample space to work or relax in style.

Together with the Oakmont Recreation Club, the community garden and the council parkland next door, Oakmont will enjoy high demand from both empty nesters, young professionals and Gen-Y couples.