Parks and reserves
Parks and reserves - Campbelltown City Council
|Mawson Park is located on the corner of Queen and Cordeaux Streets in the CBD of Campbelltown. The park is named after Dr Mawson, brother of Sir Douglas Mawson of Antarctica fame. |
Mawson Park is utilised daily by a broad cross section of the community. It is heavily utilised at lunch time by workers in the CBD and also by commuters, parents with young children and generally as a meeting place by school children.
The park is the site of the War Memorial and is often used for formal ceremonies such as Anzac Day and Remembrance Day. The park is also popular for wedding photos because of its close proximity to St Peters Anglican Church on Cordeaux Street.
Mawson Park's facilities include seating, toilets, extensive floral gardens and children's playground equipment.
|Koshigaya Park is located on the corner of Camden Road and Hurley Street, Campbelltown, and is the largest and most popular of the city parks. The park is named after Campbelltown's sister city in Japan. |
Koshigaya Park is an important recreational facility for the Campbelltown area. It contains a variety of playground equipment for children's activities ranging through a number of age groups. There are a number of activity areas which are fenced for safety.
The park also provides a large number of decorative trees, floral displays and shaded seating areas. Toilet facilities (including a disabled toilet) are also provided.
Japanese Tea Garden
|The Japanese Tea Garden is incorporated in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre, located on Art Gallery Road, Campbelltown. |
The traditional Japanese Garden includes an ornamental pond with Koi carp and Tea House.
The Arts Centre is open daily from 10am to 4pm.
The Japanese Garden is a very popular place for wedding ceremonies/photographs etc. Bookings for these functions can be made through Campbelltown Arts Centre. Please refer to our fees and charges for hiring fee information.
Natural recreational areas
|Campbelltown is home to pristine bushland, unspoilt waterways and prolific wildlife – all within a stone’s throw of our urban centres. |
These natural areas are popular with families and weekend picnickers whether it’s quietly bird-watching or spotting platypus by the creek, ripping down some serious mountain biking trails, or swimming, trekking and fishing.
|There are over150 playing fields in Campbelltown. |
|Koala Park is located in Ingleburn and is the first of many to facilitate and encourage physical activity with the implementation of outdoor exercise equipment. The new equipment was part of Council's commitment to meeting the needs of the local seniors and promoting healthy lifestyles for all members of the community.|
Off-leash areas for dogs
|Council has five off-leash areas available for dogs:|
|The Minto site has perimeter fencing with seating for dog owners and a water service within the designated area. |
|The Raby and St Helens Park sites have several pieces of dog agility equipment and a shade structure. |
|The Milton Park complex is new and is now open to the public. The facility has 1.8m perimeter fencing and boasts a separate fenced area for smaller dogs.|
|All owners are expected to pick up any dog faeces and place them in the dog tidy bins provided.|
The areas are open to the public seven days a week during daylight hours.