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.
Experience Nature in Campbelltown
Wander through 416 hectares of hills and lakes at the Australian Botanic Garden - Mount Annan, which has over 4000 species of native plants and flowers.
Enjoy an easy cycle ride in scenic surrounds or challenge yourself on one of the mountain bike trails.
Appreciate the region's picturesque surrounds and charming heritage on the Campbelltown Heritage Walk, wandering through the Warbys Barn and Stables, Dredges Cottage and the stunning heritage listed Post Office.
For an hour of serene contemplation, picnic at the peaceful Koshigaya-tei Japanese Teahouse and Garden before visiting the Sculpture Garden, famous for housing the works of Campbelltown's own Joan Brassil.
Don't miss these fantastic natural attractions in Campbelltown
Situated on the Georges River, the reserve contains the historic Ingleburn Weir, which was constructed in the late 1930s to provide a swimming area for the local community.The weir has a hig...
By focusing his efforts upon three major elements - flexibility, memorability and natural beauty - course designer Robin Nelson has sculpted Macquarie Links to be a championship course that is a joy t...
The Keith Longhurst Reserve is a 76 hectare bushland reserve with significant scenic and cultural values. Formerly known as The Basin Reserve, the area offers a number of walking trails lead...
Simmo's Beach is located on the Georges River. Its easy access, picnic facilities, and beach area make it a popular site for local residents. The reserve, which was officially opened in 1986, is n...
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