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Camden (New South Wales)

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Camden is a town south west of Sydney in New South Wales.


Camden is a town at a crossroads. A prestigious and agricultural based town, Camden is now on the very edge of Sydney's extensive urban sprawl. The town still fiercely maintains its independent and country character, with a focus on its heritage, but it remains to be seen how long it can maintain this difference in the wave of development in Sydney's south west.

Get in[edit]

Camden is a short diversion from the M5 heading south from Sydney. Regular bus services link Camden with Campbelltown station and Macarthur stations on the Cityrail network.

Get around[edit]

The town of Camden is small enough to walk.


  • Camden Museum is interesting for a museum of its size, and free admission. See the history of the this town, and the railway which used to service Camden.






  • The Crown Hotel/Motel [1]. Take in much of the historic value of Camden without having to arrange transport.


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