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The Ponds (postcode: 2769) is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. The Ponds is located approximately 40 kilometres (25 mi) north-west of the Sydney central business district in the Blacktown local government area and part of the Hills District. At the 2011 census, The Ponds had an estimated resident population of 2,932.

"The Ponds" was a name designed to reflect the geography of the area and was derived from the nearby creek called "Second Ponds Creek", and the growing population. The Ponds was officially designated as a separate suburb in January 2007. The Ponds had previously been part of the suburbs of Kellyville and Kellyville Ridge.

The Ponds is situated in the North West growth corridor, where the first stage of a major shopping centre and commercial space have opened. A new suburb was designed to make the estate a new community. The first lots of land was released on 31 March 2007.

A community centre and The Ponds shopping centre recently opened in 2015. It houses Woolworths as the anchor tenant, with coffee shops such as Michel's Patisserie, small restaurants such as Subway, newsagencies, bakeries, drycleaners, between 15 and 20 specialty shops, commercial offices and a car park. It will connect with the sales and display centre which is to be renovated and turned into a community resource centre.