Stanhope Gardens, New South Wales - Transport

Transport

Public transport is provided by private bus operators Hillsbus and Busways, going to the Sydney CBD, Parramatta, Rouse Hill, Blacktown, Macquarie Park and Castle Hill.

The suburb is serviced by Riley Station on the Rouse Hill-Parramatta section of the North-West T-way, and Stanhope Station on the Blacktown- Parklea branch of the T-way.

Eastbound services that service Stanhope Gardens are:

From Riley T-way

  • Route 602 to North Sydney via T-way and M2 Motorway (Hillsbus)
  • Route 612 to North Sydney via Kellyville, Castle Hill and Baulkham Hills (Hillsbus)
  • Routes 615/615X to Sydney CBD via Kellyville, Castle Hill and Baulkham Hills (Hilsbus)
  • Routes 607X and 617X to Sydney CBD which goes via the T-Way and the M2 Hills Motorway. (Hillsbus)
  • Routes T65 and T66 to Parramatta via T-way. (Hillsbus)
  • Route T75 to Blacktown via T-way. (Busways)

From Stanhope T-way

  • Route T75 to Blacktown via T-way (Busways)

From Stanhope Village

  • Route 616/616X, to Sydney CBD which goes via Glenwood, the T-Way and the M2 Motorway. The 616 non-express service also goes via Lane Cove. (Hillsbus)
  • Route T63 to Parramatta via Glenwood (Hillsbus)
  • Route 740 to Macquarie Park via Glenwood, T-way and M2 Motorway (Busways)
  • Route 745 to Castle Hill via Glenwood and Bella Vista (Busways)
  • Route T71 to Blacktown via Acacia Gardens and T-way (Busways)
  • Route T74 to Blacktown via T-way

In the westbound direction:

From Riley T-way

  • Route 602 to Rouse Hill Town Centre (Hillsbus)
  • Route 607X services Kellyville Ridge and Rouse Hill. (Hillsbus)
  • Route 617X services Beaumont Hills and Rouse Hill. (Hillsbus)
  • Route T65 to Rouse Hill Town Centre (Hillsbus)
  • Route T66 to Rouse Hill (Hillsbus)
  • Route T75 to Rouse Hill and Riverstone. (Busways)

From Stanhope T-way

  • Route T75 to Rouse Hill and Riverstone (Busways)

From Stanhope Village

  • Route 616/616X services Kellyville Ridge and Rouse Hill. (Hillsbus)
  • Route T63 to Rouse Hill Town Centre via Kellyville Ridge (Hillsbus)
  • Route T71 to Castle Hill via Kellyville Ridge, Rouse Hill Town Centre and Kellyville (Busways)
  • Route 740 to Plumpton via Quakers Hill (Busways)
  • Route 745 to St Marys via Quakers Hill (busways)
  • Route T74 to Riverstone via The Ponds (Busways)

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