More than 170,943 people across 34 suburbs now call Campbelltown home, making us one of the 10 largest local government authorities in NSW.
Campbelltown City is located in Sydney's south-western suburbs, between 30 and 55 kilometres from the Sydney CBD. Campbelltown occupies 31,133 hectares of land area with a population density of 5.49 persons per hectare.
Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA)
The suburbs which are within the Campbelltown LGA are:
- Airds, Ambarvale
- Bardia, Blair Athol, Blairmont, Bow Bowing, Bradbury
- Campbelltown, Claymore
- Denham Court
- Eagle Vale, Englorie Park, Eschol Park
- Gilead, Glen Alpine, Glenfield
- Kearns, Kentlyn
- Leumeah, Long Point
- Macquarie Fields, Macquarie Links, Menangle Park, Minto, Minto Heights
- Raby, Rosemeadow, Ruse
- St Andrews, St Helens Park
- Wedderburn and Woodbine.
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Campbelltown is located at the hub of one of the most significant current and future growth areas in south west Sydney. Serviced by seven electrified railway stations, positioning along the main Sydney to Melbourne rail line and direct road connections to major freeways and motorways, Campbelltown is a highly accessible location by both road and rail.
With significant existing infrastructure, including a major hospital, two major tertiary education facilities – Western Sydney University, Campbelltown campus and South West Sydney Institute of TAFE – a large regional shopping centre, regional sporting facilities and major transport links, Campbelltown is well-positioned to support the growing Macarthur region and attract a wide range of industry and development.
Campbelltown features a rapidly growing and diverse workforce, with a balance of skilled and semi-skilled workers across a diverse range of areas. With a Gross Regional Product estimated at $7.28 billion in 2019, Campbelltown has employment opportunities across a wide range of sectors.
Additional community profile information, including social atlas and population forecast can be found on Campbelltown City Council's Community Profile.
A place to live, work, play and invest
Find out for yourself why Campbelltown City is the place to live, work, play and invest by watching the video below.
For more information, contact Rebecca Grasso, Director of City Growth, on 02 4645 4656 or email us today.