Our cosmetic dentistry is often in demand from people across the country. People often want to know how they can take advantage of our talented dentists when they don’t live in the Sydney or Baulkham Hills area. We are a great destination for the entire family. From elegant spas to natural parks to amazing history, there are outstanding sights to see and things to do as nearby as neighbouring Parramatta and the city of Sydney. This makes the Baulkham Hills area a great place for visitors as well as cosmetic dentistry.

About Baulkham Hills

Baulkham Hills is an outstanding suburb on the northwest side of Sydney. The name was officially recognized in 1802, given by the settler Andrew McDougall, who chose the name because of its similarity to his birthplace of Buckholm Hills, Scotland.

How to Get Here

By Plane

Sydney Airport is a major international hub, and it handles over 36 million passengers a year, so it can get a bit heavy at times. It is about 45 minutes away by cab or rental car. Shuttles run
regularly from the airport to our area. We can help you arrange transport if necessary.

By Car

We are located near the intersection of the A2 and M7 on the north side of Sydney, about half an hour from the city’s central business district.

By Train

From Melbourne or Canberra, you can take trains to the Sydney Central Station, about half an hour away. From Perth, take the NSW TrainLink to Hornsby Station.

Where to Stay

There are many options for accommodation nearby our office. We can help you find accommodation, but here are two of the most popular options nearby.



The Novotel Sydney Northwest is a 4.5 star hotel that is perfect for luxury travellers to the area. It’s conveniently located within walking distance of shopping and recreation. It is just over five minutes from our office.

Hills Lodge

Hills Lodge

The Hills Lodge is a boutique hotel and spa offering a unique, elegant experience for travelers. They are dedicated to quality and friendly service. The Lodge also offers numerous
entertainment and dining options. It is less than five minutes from our office.

Where to Eat

In addition to the stellar dining options available at both hotels, there are numerous great options for dining in the area.

Quoi Dining

Quoi dining is located by Norwest Lake. It offers a fusion of French and Australian cuisine, and is a winner of a coveted AGFG hat. In addition to the dining elegance, the restaurant’s open floor plan puts the cooking on display for your entertainment and education. And if you are looking to learn more about the kitchen, the restaurant also offers short, intimate master class events.

Il Lago

A less elite but still elegant option in the area is Il Lago, offering Italian and Mediterranean cuisine, including pizza. Experienced chefs have been offering great dining here since 2004. It offers both indoor and outdoor seating. It has also received awards for its outstanding wine selection. Lunch specials and other events make this an enjoyable destination.

Itihaas Restaurant

This Indian restaurant strives to elevate the emotional and physical well-being of its guests. Its name evokes the ancient history of India and its legacy of creating new and exotic flavors. The restaurant is vegetarian friendly, but also has delicious options for meat lovers.

What to Do


We are close to Castle Towers. Castle Towers combines innovative shopping experiences with an emphasis on local and fresh options, including fresh food market days every fortnight January through June.


The Castle Hill RSL club is a favored venue for locals to gather and enjoy both participating in and watching great sports. Founded in 1932 to provide assistance to World War I veterans and their families, the venue has since become a major community hub, offering great dining, music, and sports or the enjoyment of locals and visitors alike.

Local History

The original inhabitants of the area are the Bidjigal people. The Bidjigal Reserve protects many famous landmarks connected to these original settlers of the area, including ancient rock shelters, and a midden dated to over 10,000 years ago, evidence of the oldest human settlement in the Sydney area.