Campbelltown is the vibrant and creative centre of the Macarthur region, located approximately 60 minutes south west of Sydney. Campbelltown is a city that offers an abundance of unexpected delights, and opportunities to escape, discover, play and explore. It is a fusion of innovative and cosmopolitan style, embraced by relaxed natural surrounds, treating visitors and locals to a huge variety of experiences. From locally brewed beers and ciders to guided Indigenous walks in the local Dharawal National Park, Campbelltown has something for everyone.

Links to Campbelltown’s colonial settlement are reflected in the large number of historic properties scattered throughout the city. Open days, guided tours and even a walk through the main street heritage precinct will delight you with the charm of yesteryear. Campbelltown was declared a township in 1820 by Governor Lachlan Macquarie, naming it after his wife, Elizabeth Campbell. Elizabeth truly embraced the region and she is commemorated with a bronze statue in Mawson Park.