Our administration offices and some services are closing from 4pm on Thursday 21 December and will reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2024.
Campbelltown is a place that is naturally welcoming. Positioned on the edge of Sydney we push the boundaries with new ideas and fresh thinking.
We are a place of opportunity supported by our natural landscapes, connected location and vibrant cultures, inspiring all we engage.
We take action and are making real progress for the betterment of our community. Listening to your ideas help shape decisions on how the local area is managed and our resources are used. We map out your ideas and contributions into strategic plans and identify key commitments that are brought to life through our 10 service areas:
Working together to create a thriving, resilient, sustainable place for all.
We are Campbelltown, a city that celebrates the diversity and vibrancy of our community and where opportunity comes to life.
Campbelltown is a buzzing hub of creativity. There’s so much to take delight in, from Polynesian food and microbreweries, through to experiencing unique arts and untouched bushlands.
If it’s events in Campbelltown you’re after, here’s where you’ll find out about all our events, and how you can be part of them. Or if you want to run your own event there's some great resources to help you.
Campbelltown is an ideal filming location with urban centres, heritage areas and natural surrounds. You need to fill out an application form for Council to consider a filming request.
Economic, community and social demographic data, as well as population forecasts for Campbelltown. You can also find out about why Campbelltown City is the place to live, work, play and invest.
Campbelltown is the vibrant and creative epicentre of Macarthur. A great place to escape to, Macarthur features an abundance of unexpected surprises.
Read our Campbelltown Destination Management Plan for information on and direction for the tourism industry in the Campbelltown City.
Explore the history of Campbelltown since settlement, find out the history of your suburb, learn about our Aboriginal history and prominent locals.
Every society has certain places and objects that connect us with our past and give us a sense of our cultural identity. Find out how we conserve heritage items and places of Aboriginal significance.
Campbelltown Local Government Area elected representatives at a federal, state and local level.
Campbelltown City has two sister-city relationships – Koshigaya in Japan and Coonamble in outback NSW.
Welcome to our virtual Aboriginal Art and Cultural Centre, a place where you can find information, learn about the importance of our Aboriginal culture and history and connect with what's happening with our city.