Filled with cosmopolitan delights and surrounded by natural escapes, Campbelltown is an historic city that embraces a vibrant lifestyle. The city boasts a mix of adventurous activities and spectacular natural attractions. Campbelltown’s cultural diversity is celebrated through an eclectic mix of dining and festivals.
Campbelltown, located 45 minutes from Sydney's City Centre, is a vibrant and creative city filled with historic charms, cosmopolitan delights and scenic bushland surrounds.
Immerse yourself in the town’s innovative and dynamic arts scene at the Campbelltown Arts Centre with an exciting exhibition or performance, enjoy the interactive Sculpture Garden and treat yourself to a coffee at the Arts Centre Café, overlooking the tranquil Japanese Garden.
Campbelltown’s bushland surrounds also offer a scenic escape from the city. Bushwalking trails wind through the Georges River Nature Reserve and the Dharawal National Park, revealing a landscape teeming with protected and endangered species of flora and fauna.
Campbelltown is also home to The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan, the largest botanic garden in the southern hemisphere. The garden is set on 416 hectares and features themed gardens, picnic areas, meandering walking tracks, and the internationally significant research facility – The Australian PlantBank.
To get your adrenaline pumping, take to two wheels and test your skill and endurance on the Enduro Trail, the only mountain biking trail in the world to be set in a botanic garden.
Keep the pace up with an adventurous horse ride through Campbelltown’s spectacular countryside at Sydney Trail Riding Centre or Sugarloaf Horse Centre, or take a spin on the outdoor track at Fastlane Go Karting.
For otherworldly adventures, experience the ethereal yesteryear of Campbelltown on a ghost tour with Sydney Investigation Ghost Tours and Menangle House Ghost Tours. Each year in November, the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost also brings the city to life with two weeks of events and activities, including dazzling fireworks displays and the popular Fisher’s Ghost Carnival.