The latest Campbelltown Experience Guide is now available to help residents and visitors discover the great range of attractions, events, exciting activities, and dining and entertainment options on offer across Campbelltown City.
The 100-page guidebook highlights the combination of relaxing lifestyle, diverse culture and unique attractions that make Campbelltown City an ideal location to live in and visit.
Learn about Campbelltown’s top experiences, including bushwalking in our natural areas, star gazing at the Campbelltown Rotary Observatory, hot air balloon rides and horse riding, exploring the paranormal on a ghost tour, or wandering through our city’s heritage precinct.
The guidebook features a comprehensive list of community events held in Campbelltown throughout the year, including Riverfest and the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost, promotes all that is on offer at the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, highlights our dynamic and energetic arts and cultural scene, and much more.
Deputy Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr Meg Oates, said the Campbelltown Experience Guide was an excellent resource for locals wanting to discover more about their region, or to showcase our city’s attributes to visitors.
“Campbelltown City has so much to offer – from the stunning Dharawal National Park and Georges River, to exciting activities and adventures like go-karting and paintball, a huge range of community events and a wealth of dining and entertainment options,” she said.
“I encourage the community to grab a copy, and take full advantage of all our wonderful city has to offer.”
The printed guidebook is available from Campbelltown Civic Centre, Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre, local libraries, Campbelltown Arts Centre and accommodation venues and tourism operators across the region, or check it out online here