The future of Schofields
As part of the North West priority Growth Area, Schofields is a new community and the location of proposed major infrastructure investment.
Note: Planned infrastructure and amenity is proposed and subject to change.
The rail of the future
Schofields now benefits from the new Sydney Metro Northwest with Tallawong Station close by.
This connects locals via direct rail line to Macquarie University and Chatswood with 13 Metro stops along the way.
Located parallel to Schofields Road between Cudgegong Road and Tallawong Road the station features 1000 commuter car parking spaces, 4 spaces for buses, 15 kiss-and-ride spaces, along with parking and storage for 55 bicycles.*
* Source: Sydney Metro
The roads that take you where you need to go
The Schofields Road upgrade was completed in June 2018, with approximately eight kilometres of duplicated road way being built. It provides a major east-west connection including a direct link between Windsor Road and Richmond Road and connects Rouse Hill and Marsden Park Town Centres.
The $7 million Rouse Road Bridge project opened in November 2018.
The schools where your children will learn and grow
A new proposed school at Alex Avenue is anticipated to educate around 400 students when opened, and will be master planned to allow for a potential expansion to cater for around 1000 students in the future. The school is planned to feature modern facilities and teaching spaces, a hall, library and covered outdoor learning area. Completion of the school is expected in early 2021.
Families will also benefit from a proposed upgrade for Schofields Public School, with around 27 classrooms planned to be built along with a new library, covered outdoor learning area and staff administration. Other local schools including Riverbank Public School, Riverstone High School and Quakers Hills East Public School are also planned to be upgraded with new classrooms to be built.
The local streets of The Avenue by Mirvac
Right on The Avenue's doorstep, Jerralong Drive is now open connecting residents to Schofields train station and Woolworths either by car or by foot, which will only take approximately 16 minutes^. In the surrounding area residents are anticipated to receive new sporting fields, parks and a new school. The Department of Planning have established the Investigation Boundary of the future Schofields Town Centre and are working through developing land use options. The Town Centre is planned to be located close to Schofields Rail Station.**
** Source: NSW Department of Planning and Environment
^Times taken are approximate only and calculated via the shortest route.