Location and Access to Oakhill College

Oakhill is centrally located on Old Northern Road in Castle Hill, our closest cross street is Old Castle Hill Rd. Students travel to and from the College using public transport and commute from a wide range of suburbs throughout Sydney and the Central Coast. The majority of students travel to and from the College via public transport. Hills Bus and Busways pull into the large bus interchange at the front of the College. Buses also run a service from the Metro station at Castle Hill to the College. Students can also travel from Cherrybrook and Castle Hill stations. Oakhill also operates a ‘kiss and drop’ area for morning and afternoon pick up.


Plan Your Travel Route

All public transport options and timetables are determined by the NSW Government. Oakhill College has a large number of daily bus services to and from the College. Parents and students are advised to contact the relevant transport service below for further information, timetables and to plan your route. 

Contact Transport Info for further information on routes, timetables and maps.

Phone number is: 131 500.

Their website is: transportnsw.info

Contact Hillsbus for further information on maps, routes and timetables, please visit: Hillsbus

For further information on maps, routes and timetables, please visit: Busways

All eligible students are required to have an Opal Card for travel on public transport. Students are asked to ensure they ‘tap on’ and ‘tap off’ each trip as the tour routes and service are determined by these ‘taps’. Students moving from primary school to high school need to contact Opal Card directly to advise them of the student’s change of school. Opal Cards are obtained through NSW Transport and parents are required to obtain one for their child.

Please visit: Transport NSW Opal Tickets

Our contemporary and well-equipped facilities help motivate students to participate in the classroom and take part in extra-curricular activities.

Our Facilities

Oakhill facilities include a drama theatre, science laboratories, a recording studio, a photography laboratory, computer rooms and a working farm. There are several lecture theatres, an examination centre, chapel and a learning common for Year 12 students.

The Centenary Sports Centre houses a gymnasium, an indoor swimming pool, a canteen and an all-school assembly area equipped with up to date audio-visual equipment. We have four large ovals for rugby, soccer, cricket and hockey, a fully equipped hospitality kitchen, dance studio, woodwork and design and technology workshops and an arts centre.

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