A large bushland reserve that is an important wildlife corridor running through the heart of Campbelltown. Ride your bike or walk along the tracks, you may even spot koalas sleeping among the trees.
Smiths Creek Reserve is an important linear reserve that runs from Campbelltown to Leumeah. It supports a substantial remnant of endangered Shale-Sandstone Transition Forest which is home to a range of threatened wildlife such as koalas and gang-gang cockatoos.
Tracks running up either side of the reserve are linked by cross trails, together providing a network of cycling, short and long walking options for the visitor.
Council also has a regular volunteer bushcare group which helps improve the natural environment through activities such as weed management, litter removal and tree planting. If you would like to know more check out the link to Smiths Creek Bushcare.