Camden in the heart of the Macarthur region, is located less than an hour’s drive from the Sydney CBD, and is the birthplace of the Australian wool, wheat and wine industries.

Combining the magic of the country, historic towns and modern delights Camden is a blend of cosmopolitan dining and rural living.

Visitors to the area can enjoy a wide range of experiences, including a scenic balloon or joy flight over the Macarthur region, a tour of Camden town's historic properties, horse riding at the Equestrian Park, a picnic in Australia's largest Botanic Garden, and much more. There truly is something for everyone in the Camden area. The region has an exciting cultural and heritage centre located in the heart of Camden's historic precinct, so to learn more about the local history and heritage of Camden, and its district go to the Camden Historical Society's website. 

If you are considering visiting Camden then you should talk to one of the friendly staff and volunteers of the Camden Visitor Information centre. The Centre has detailed maps of the area, Visitors Guide, and brochures on local attractions, accommodation venues and events and activities.