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Visiting Campbelltown and Macarthur

Historic Quondong Cottage, home of the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre Historic Quondong Cottage, home of the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre

It's time to escape to Campbelltown. The vibrant and creative capital of the Macarthur region.  A city embraced by relaxed natural surrounds where visitors can explore, discover and create memorable experiences. Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Australian bush and our wild Koala population. Be delighted by our charming heritage properties, savour the flavours from our popular eateries and get excited at one of our many festivals and events.

Campbelltown has more than you imagine and is closer than you think. Whether you live in the area or are visiting, come and discover our abundance of unexpected surprises.

Our location

Campbelltown is located just 50 minutes from the Sydney CBD and is within easy reach of major road and rail links to the Southern Highlands, Canberra, the Blue Mountains and the South Coast beaches.

Public transport

Campbelltown is serviced by regular buses and trains. Plan your trip with the Transport for NSW Trip Planner.

History

Macarthur is steeped in colonial history, with historic homesteads scattered throughout the region. You can relive all the charm of yesteryear with our self-guided heritage tours, historic property open days and at local museums showcasing the social and agricultural histories of the region.

Dining

The Macarthur region will soon be a new favourite for food lovers, with an abundance of dining opportunities at award winning restaurants and boutique cafes. Stemming from the region’s agricultural roots, Macarthur boasts a variety of tours to local food producers, wineries and cellar doors to give you the opportunity to sample the best in fresh produce. You can also indulge in the decadence of the specialty High Teas available.

Adventure

Let your inner adventurer run wild with us at an eclectic range of energetic activities and daring pursuits. Fly high above the valley in a vintage tiger moth flight, float on cloud nine in a hot air balloon, or if you dare, try the thrill of skydiving. If you prefer to stay grounded, you can take to the hills on a leisurely cross-country horse ride, test your speed at go-karting or enhance your skill on the region’s first designated mountain biking endurance trail.

Regular events

Campbelltown plays host to a number of community events each year including Festival of Fishers Ghost, FEAST and Ingleburn Alive.

There's always something happening and our What's On area is regularly updated with the latest events.

Visit Campbelltown

Put Campbelltown on the top of your ‘must visit’ list! The friendly team at the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre are ready to help you on your journey. Discover for yourself the diverse blend of living heritage, adventure experiences and unique attractions. Stay for the day, overnight, or for the week, Campbelltown’s many experiences and hospitality will delight you.

Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre

Phone: 1800 655 991 or 02 4645 4921
Address: Quondong Cottage
15 Old Menangle Road, Campbelltown 2560

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