Nature around Campbelltown
For nature lovers, the Macarthur region has plenty of natural attractions. Explore nature reserves and wildlife trails or see spectacular native flora and fauna at the Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan, the largest botanic garden in Australia.
About an hour's drive south-west from the Sydney city centre, Campbelltown is part of a vibrant region rich in history and heritage sites, scenic bushland and plenty of outdoor adventure. In 1820, Governor Lachlan Macquarie founded Campbelltown and today the Campbelltown Heritage Walk is the ideal way to explore the city's living history.
Campbelltown Arts Centre has a compelling and extensive collection, predominately contemporary in nature. A key focus is Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and works by local artists. Adjacent to the centre is Koshigaya-tei a Japanese Teahouse and Garden and a Sculpture Garden.
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Queen street, Campbelltown
The foyer of the Campbelltown Arts Centre. Image 'Visit Macarthur' Tourism
Sundial of human involvement interactive sculpture, Mount Annan Botanic Garden. Image 'Visit Macarthur' Tourism