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Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre ‘Quondong’MacarthurLogoFullColour
Address: 15 Old Menangle Road Campbelltown NSW 2560
Phone: 02 4645 4921
Email: tourism@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au
Web: www.visitmacarthur.com.au
Open: 7 days, Mon to Fri – 8.30am – 4.30pm, Weekends – 10.00am – 5.00pm

The team at the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre can coordinate a tour itinerary to suit your interests. Full day, half day or evening tours of the Campbelltown and Macarthur region with specialist guides are available. Some of our popular itineraries include “Ghost, Gallows and Grog Shops”, “Historic Houses Tours”, “Heritage and Bushrangers Tour” and our evening “Ghost Tour”.


 

Menangle Park

Address: Menangle Park Paceway, Racecourse Road, Menangle ParkTabcorp Menangle
Phone: 02 9660 3688
Fax: 02 9660 4848
Website: www.haroldpark.com.au
Website: www.menangleparkpaceway.com.au
Menangle Park Paceway is making its mark in Australian harness racing circles with a slew of Australian records falling. More than just a racetrack Menangle Park is a social event every week. The sensational new facilities and track have made Menangle Park Australia’s premier harness racing track.


 

Macarthur Square

Address: Gilchrist Drive Campbelltown NSW 2560macarthursquare
Phone: 02 4626 1466
Fax: 02 4628 4411
Email: macarthur.square@lendlease.com.au
Website: www.macarthursquare.com
Macarthur Square is the largest shopping centre in south western Sydney and has been servicing the local region since 1979. The range of stores reinforces the centre’s appeal as a convenient community focal point – a leisurely and enjoyable place to shop. We can do this at Macarthur Square because we have the largest range of stores in the region, together with 11 Screens at Event Cinemas including Gold Class and bowling alley. Around 3,000 parking spaces available for you. You can access the carparks from Kellicar Road, Gilchrist Drive and the roundabout intersection at Gilchrist Drive and Therry Road. There is also undercover parking for more than 800 vehicles.


 

Event Cinemas

Address: Kellicar Lane, Macarthur Square Shopping Centre, Campbelltown NSW 2560.

Phone: 02 4621 7000
Fax: 02 4628 5002
Website: www.eventcinemas.com.au
Number of screens: 11 – including 3 Gold Class and the awesome new G-MAX auditorium boasting a gigantic, 25 metre screen, the latest digital sound and bigger seats.

Event Cinemas Campbelltown features seven senstadium cinemas, a delicious new array of hot and tasty food and beverages at the candybar and a Dome cafe, serving up the world’s finest coffees together with cakes and other sweet delights.

There are two new ways to go to the movies with the new BIG SCREEN movie experience G-MAX and Australia’s most luxurious cinemas GOLD CLASS.

Gold Class is Australia’s ultimate cinema experience, with each 40 seat auditorium boasting electronic Moran recliners, a wall-to-wall megascreen and crisp, digital sound. There is also a private lounge, waiter service before, after and during the movie, a delicious array of foods and alcoholic beverages.


 

Come Gliding!!!

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Address: Camden Airport
Phone: 02 4655 8882 or 0402 055 093
Fax: 02 4655 4495
Email: bookings@gliding.com.au
Website: www.gliding.com.au

Ever dreamed of soaring like an eagle? Well, stop dreaming and come fly with Southern Cross Gliding Club! Experience the majesty of the skies cruising in the silent comfort of a sleek modern sailplane.


 

Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre ‘Quondong’

Address: 15 Old Menangle Road Campbelltown NSW 2560ctown
Phone: 02 4645 4921
Email: tourism@campbelltown.nsw.gov.au

Campbelltown is rich in culture and heritage so why not visit the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre to pick up your free copy of the Heritage and Cultural Self Guided Walking Tour Booklet. There are three separate walks in each booklet highlighting the heritage sites and buildings scattered throughout the City. The Pioneer walk is a reminder of the importance the region had in establishing agriculture in colonial Australia. Some of the local pioneers honoured include James Ruse, John Therry, Caroline Chisholm, Sarah Refern and John Warby.


 

Campbelltown Ghost and History Tours

Allan the Hearse Whispererdtlogo
Phone: 02 9943 0167 or 0414 232 244
Email: allan@destinytours.com.au
Website: www.destinytours.com.au
Under the cover of darkness journey through Campbelltown’s bizarre and ghostly past in ‘Elvira’ the haunted hearse. Hear tales of ghostly apparitions and supernatural occurrences; strange phenomena; colonial murders and hangings; unexplainable and unusual happenings; and of course the legend of Australia’s best known ghost, Fred Fisher.


 

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