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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
The 2018 NAIDOC Awards Night celebrates the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members, workers and organisations.
Held over 10 days, the Festival features the spectacular Street Parade, the prestigious Fisher's Ghost Art Award, annual Fisher's Ghost Fun Run, a Street Fair and a giant carnival with fireworks.
Read, learn, play! Campbelltown City Library will join over a thousand libraries around the world for the eleventh annual celebration of gaming in libraries – also known as International Games Week!
Discover the Dharawal National Park and learn about Indigenous heritage on a guided walking tour.
Our new Learn To Ride program is suitable for all ages and abilities - kids and adults alike - providing a safe riding environment within Council's Bicycle Education and Road Safety Centre.
It’s time to shake off that winter chill and wake up to the warmth of nature through our ‘Spring into nature’ event series.
Join Australia's most famous Mathematics teacher, Eddie Woo, as he discusses his first published book, 'Woo's Wonderful World of Maths'.
Throughout 2018, Campbelltown Arts Centre is working with locally based soccer player and hip hop dancer Feras Shaheen to facilitate in-school dance workshops.
Enjoy Campbelltown Arts Centre's ceramics studio complete with extruder, slab roller, pottery wheels and kilns.
Join the Kentlyn Bushcare group every Tuesday. The group works in the Georges River corridor which contains the most amazing diversity of plants and animals - you might even see a koala!