Castle Hill is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 30.1 kilometers north-west of the Sydney GPO, in the Hills District or all the more generally known as the Sydney Hills. The rural area is shared between the neighborhood government territories of The Hills Shire and Hornsby Shire. The land that is presently called Castle Hill was initially home to the Bidjigal individuals, who are accepted to be a tribe of the Dharuk individuals, who involved all the land to the quick west of Sydney.
The best-known Aboriginal individual from that time is Pemulwuy, a Bidjigal pioneer who drove the opposition development against pilgrims, incorporating sacking ranches in Castle Hill, before his possible catch and dispatch by nearby law requirement. The Hills Center for the Performing Arts was a theater and tradition scene situated on Showground Road, Castle Hill.
Opened in late 1988 and under the responsibility for Hills Shire Council it was one of the biggest scenes of this compose in New South Wales until the point that it was decimated in 2013 to clear a path for the Sydney Metro Northwest. The Museums Discovery Center MDC is a joint effort between the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences MAAS, Australian Museum AM and Sydney Living Museums SLM. The Museums Discovery Center is an off-site unmistakable capacity and accumulation care office, situated at the intersection of Windsor and Showground streets in Castle Hill.