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Heritage items in Campbelltown

The Local Heritage Register displays heritage items that exist within the Campbelltown Local Government Area (LGA). These heritage items are listed in alphabetical order by suburbs.

More information on what your responsibilities and rights are when you propose to develop an item of heritage or develop land adjacent to an item of heritage significance can be found at the NSW Office of Environment & Heritage.

Additional enquiries may be directed to the NSW Heritage Council or National Trust of Australia - NSW.

© COPYRIGHT NOTICE All Heritage photographic illustrations on this site are copyright © and may not be used in any way without prior written permission.

Local Heritage Register


Briar Cottage - Federation style architecture

Briar Cottage (PDF, 242KB)(243KB, PDF)

Location: Waterhouse Place, Airds

Now used by Campbelltown City Council as a Child Care Centre, leased from the Department of Housing, Blair Cottage is an intact example of substantial federation style architecture which is rare in Campbelltown and lends distinction to the neighbourhood. 

Blair Athol

Blair Athol House - Victorian Filigree style villa c. 1880's

Blair Athol Group (PDF, 279KB)(279KB, PDF)

Location: Blaxland Road, Campbelltown 

Standing for close to 140 years, Blair Athol House, named after a small town in Scotland is a fine representative example of a Victorian Filigree style villa in Blair Athol.

Take a virtual tour
of Blair Athol House in this Only In Campbelltown video by Local Studies Librarian, Andrew Allen.





Cattle Tanks and Reservoir 1838

Water Supply Reservoir, cattle tanks and silt traps (PDF, 255KB)(255KB, PDF)

Location: Hurley Park, Allman Street, Campbelltown

Two large watering tanks, built 1838-40.

Back in the early days of Campbelltown settlement, water was a really major issue. There was very little water around and the Georges and Nepean Rivers were too far away.  The towns people got together to find a suitable site to store water and chose Allman Street to construct a reservoir and cattle tank in 1838 using convict labour.

Discover more in-depth history about the Cattle Tanks and Reservoir in this Only in Campbelltown video by Local Studies Librarian, Andrew Allen.


Campbelltown Reservoir (PDF, 202KB)(203KB, PDF)

Location: Narellan Road, Kenny Hill

The reservoir provided the next phase of water supply to Campbelltown after the reservoir in Hurley Park and is listed on the State Heritage Inventory.

Glenalvon House - Colonial Georgian Townhouse c. 1840

Glenalvon (PDF, 396KB)(405KB, PDF)

Location: 8 Lithgow Street, Campbelltown

A classic type of colonial house in New South Wales, Glenalvon House is built with golden stonework, symmetrical in design. The paved veranda features Doric columns at the front and flat timber posts at the rear.  Cedar joinery and a geometric staircase are originals of the interior.

Did you know? You can attend an open day, book a tour or host a small wedding ceremony at Glenalvon House.


Denham Court

Eagle Vale

Englorie Park

Englorie Park House (formerly Parkholme) - Single story Victorian house

Englorie Park House (PDF, 173KB)(173KB, PDF)

Location: Parkholme Circuit, Englorie Park

Build in about 1879 by Alfred Park, Englorie Park House was originally named 'Parkhomle' and consisted of a main block of four rooms surrounded by a wooden veranda with cast iron trim, a ballroom wing with one large room and alcove with a verandah front.

Take a virtual tour of Englorie Park House in this Only in Campbelltown video by Local Studies Librarian, Andrew Allen.

Eschol Park

Eschol Park House c. 1820 and Silos

Eschol Park House (PDF, 197KB)(197KB, PDF)

Location: Eschol Park Drive, Eschol Park

Eschol Park house dates back to about 1820 and back in the day had many out buildings including the barn to the west of the house and a large old wine cellar of stone and brick, built into the hillside to the south. The silos were built in the early 1900s and stood next to the barn until 1979 - 1980 when the barn was demolished to make way for a new Silo Centre.

Take a virtual tour of Eschol Park Silos in this Only in Campbelltown video by Local Studies Librarian, Andrew Allen.


Glen Alpine






Macquarie Fields


Minto - Minto Heights

St Andrews

St Helens Park




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