Enjoy Looking and Feeling Amazing in Sydney South West NSW
The city is located 53 kilometres southwest of Sydney and covers an area of 312 square kilometres extending from Glenfield in the north, Menangle Park in the south, the Scenic Hills in the west and the Georges River in the east.
The Campbelltown Arts Centre, situated just south of the main town centre features a 180-seat performance space, exhibition galleries and workspaces. Outside is a sculpture garden and a Japanese Gardens and Teahouse that was a gift from Campbelltown’s sister city Koshigaya in Japan.
Campbelltown gets its name from Elizabeth Campbell, the wife of former Governor of New South Wales Lachlan Macquarie. Originally called Campbell-Town, the name was later simplified to the current Campbelltown.
From intriguing heritage to delicious delights, historic Camden is a charming rural town less than an hour’s drive from central Sydney. You’ll discover great agricultural pioneers, convict-built Belgenny Farm, wisteria walks, cellar doors and outdoor adventures, including mountain biking and gliding.
Camden is the location of research facilities for the veterinary and agricultural schools of the University of Sydney. The local government area has three public high schools, Camden High School, Elderslie High School and Elizabeth Macarthur High School, as well as eight Catholic and three Anglican schools.
Discover the charms of Bowral, from vivid tulips and splendid gardens to vineyards, wineries, delicious restaurants and cricket legends. Only 90 minutes’ drive from Sydney, this delightful Southern Highlands town is the perfect country escape. You can also travel by train to Bowral.
You’ll find a wonderful variety of things to do and see. The Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame commemorates legendary Australian batsman Donald Bradman, who lived in Bowral, and other great players of the game. Enjoy bushwalking, fly fishing and a round of golf.
With colonial grandeur, fascinating heritage and outdoor adventure, historic Goulburn is a great rural escape only two hours’ drive from Sydney. Declared Australia’s first inland city in 1863, Goulburn will charm you with many wonderful attractions, including the nation’s oldest surviving brewery.
Goulburn is a railhead on the Main Southern line, a service centre for the surrounding pastoral industry, and also stopover for those travelling on the Hume Highway. It has a central park and many historic buildings. It is also home to the monument the Big Merino, a sculpture that is the world’s largest concrete constructed sheep.