According to the 2011 Census of Population, there were 7,317 residents in Bella Vista, with 56.1% of residents being born in Australia. The suburb has several shopping complexes and a major hotel and is becoming the main business centre within the Hills District. Norwest Business Park on Norwest Boulevard incorporates retail, commercial, industrial and hotel developments.
Health Care Services : Bella Vista has numerous established medical centres and dental surgeries, in addition Norwest Private Hospital is located at 11 Norbrik Drive.
Shopping: Norwest Marketplace features a Coles and many specialty stores including McDonalds, Subway and Gloria Jeans. Circa Retail is a shopping centre in South Norwest Business Park (West Bella Vista) featuring a Woolworths supermarket and 25 specialty stores.
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Bella Vista is located near the end of the Sydney M2 Motorway. On a good traffic day this can take you to the city of Sydney in approximately 30 minutes. This also puts Bella Vista close to two major north-south transport routes through Sydney, the Cumberland Highway and the Westlink M7.
Buses are currently the only form of public transport available to Bella Vista residents. The suburb is serviced by private bus companies Hillsbus and Busways. Relatively frequent buses connect Bella Vista with the nearby hubs of Parramatta, Castle Hill, Blacktown and Seven Hills. There are also peak services available directly to North Sydney, CBD and Macquarie Park using the North West T-way.
The closest railway station is at Seven Hills, however the North West Rail link with stations at Norwest and Bella Vista is planned to link residents to Epping, Chatswood, North Sydney and the CBD.
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