Kellyville will be a vibrant place, with a strong connection to nature through its many open spaces and connection to Elizabeth Macarthur Creek. It will offer the convenience and amenity of inner city living with connections to business, jobs and services.
Located in a bushland setting, with views of the Blue Mountains and Hills Shire, Kellyville will appeal to people with a range of lifestyles. The mix of housing will cater for different generations, lifestyles and price points, and will include 5% of Affordable Housing for very low, low and middle income earners such as teachers, nurses, cleaners and retail workers.
Kellyville will be pedestrian focused, with walkable lush streets featuring planted verges, large trees, and new connections along the Elizabeth Macarthur Creek.
There will be two distinct areas at Kellyville:
- the station precinct will be the northern gateway to Kellyville and a hub for shopping and socialising. The buildings will include a diverse mix of retail that will support the needs of the future community, with an emphasis on local convenience and services.
- the residential core area will be located to the south of the station and be centred around a new local park. It will have a range of lower and medium density housing, including terraces, residential flat buildings and apartments.
In December 2022, The Minister for Planning approved the concept State Significant Development Application. The approval facilitates the delivery of around 1,900 new homes, around 10,700m2 of retail floor area and around 29,500m2 of public open space.
Find out more about the approved concept
View the flythrough below to imagine the future at Kellyville
At a glance
Extends from Samantha Riley Drive in the north to Memorial Avenue in the south
Land use zonings
Includes Local Centre (B2) and General Residential (R1)
Approximately 12.5 hectares
Meeting the needs of different people at different life stages.
Town centre plaza, precinct parks, and cycling and pedestrian paths