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Campbelltown was founded in 1820 by Governor Lachlan Macquarie and named after his wife Elizabeth, whose maiden name was Campbell.

Campbelltown 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.

With more than 150,000 people across 33 suburbs, Campbelltown is one of the 10 largest local government authorities in NSW and is at the centre of one of the most significant current and future growth corridors in NSW.



 

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