Campbelltown guide highlights places of interest

July 24, 2017 by  

A booklet printing exercise has provided visitors and residents of Campbelltown, New South Wales with a handy and informative guide to some of the area’s favourite destinations.

The latest edition of the Campbelltown Experience Guide has just been released and features 100 pages of great destinations in a glossy and well-presented format.

Acting Mayor Meg Oates said a copy of the guide can be obtained from the city’s many council venues.

She said it was put together to assist locals and visitors in discovering the myriad of events, dining options, attractions and activities on offer throughout the region.

The guide, she added, can showcase all the great things that are available during a visit to Campbelltown. She said:

“Campbelltown city has so much to offer – from the stunning Dharawal National Park and Georges River, to exciting activities and adventures like go-karting and paintball, a huge range of community events and a wealth of dining and entertainment options.”

On its Welcome page, the guidebook encourages visitors to immerse themselves in the beauty and spectacle of the Australian Bush, delight in the charming heritage properties, savour local chef’s cuisine and enjoy the many events and festivals.

In addition to being available from the region’s tourism operators, the guidebook can also be picked up at Campbelltown Arts Centre, local libraries, Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre and the Campbelltown Civic Centre.