Campbelltown

The City of Campbelltown

 

COMING SOON THE TOURISM MAP FOR CAMPBELLTOWN

Campbelltown is a historically rich, ethnically diverse city that stretches from Glenfield in the north to Menangle Park in the south.
Campbelltown was founded in 1820 by Governor Lachlan Macquarie and named after his wife Elizabeth, whose maiden name was Campbell. Campbelltown features a number of significant heritage properties, including Glenalvon Homestead.
The original inhabitants of the land were the Dharawal Aboriginal people and today, Campbelltown still has one of the largest populations of people identifying as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in NSW. The Dharawal National Park features several significant sites such as the Minerva Pool( https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/walking-tracks/minerva-pool-walking-track ).
Campbelltown is home to the University of Western Sydney Campbelltown campus, two TAFE colleges and a wide variety of private and government schools, as well as Campbelltown Arts Centre, a local court house and a major train station where passengers can switch to the Southern
Highlands line.