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Campbelltown, NSW

Campbelltown is steeped in Australian Colonial History and is a cosmopolitan city set in a rural background. Experience the heritage yourself through a Heritage and Cultural walking tour or a heritage driving tour. Campbelltown’s premier festival is the Fisher’s Ghost Festival throughout the first 2 weeks in November and includes entertainment, a street parade, a fun run, an art show, carnivals, night markets, a rodeo and fireworks.


At Campbelltown, you can get close to nature, see a koala and native flora and fauna while bushwalking along the Georges River Gorge. At the local observatory, you can view the southern stars in all their splendour. Visit Mount Annan Botanic Gardens, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, where you will see native Australian flora presented by the Royal Botanic Gardens.

The cultural precinct of Campbelltown includes the Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Japanese Gardens, Sculptor Gardens, The Museum, Ceremonial Tea House and Quondong Visitor Information Centre.

Collect your free walking brochures on Campbelltown from the multi award winning Quondong Visitor Information Centre. You will also find brochures on weekend country markets in the area, accommodation, attractions, activities and events. The locals at Quondong give you directions and let you know current exhibitions and special events.


Nearest Airport: Camden Airport

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About Campbelltown

  • Locality: Suburb
  • Campbelltown Postcode: 2560
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: Sydney
  • Latitude: -34.06744
  • Longitude: 150.81252
  • Elevation: 72m
  • Population: 12566
  • Median Income: $30628
  • Area (Sq/km): 11.391
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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Glasshouse Mountains