Our Campbelltown motel is quietly hidden behind a beautifully crafted 1826 two storey sandstone building, the gardens offer our guests the country atmosphere whilst you are just a short walk to the Campbelltown city shops rail & public transport. Perhaps you are heading into Sydney you can leave your car parked and secure outside you room and catch a bus or train almost from your door.
Our motel rooms are spacious and comfortable for the Corporate guest, affordable accommodation for the large sporting group and families.
Less then an hour from Sydney, Wollongong, Bowral and Southern Highlands our motel is 5 minutes from Hume Hwy and M7 motor way.
Leave your car parked safely at the motel, it is only a short walk to the train station and bus services. There is also local taxi services who will come straight to our door.
Maclin Lodge is situated amongst landscaped gardens just south-west of Sydney. Located in the heart of Campbelltown, Maclin Lodge offers the services you would expect to find in the city hotels, approximately one hour from Sydney city.
Maclin Lodge is within walking distance of Campbelltown's central business district, shops, transport, and all the activities you could ask for! There are ten different room types to better cater for your needs, with all prices highly competitive.
Maclin Lodge has a Chinese restaurant on site open for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Sunday, closed Mondays. Breakfast is room service, served to your door. Within the grounds, you will also find laundry facilities, conference facilities, in ground saltwater swimming pool, free on site parking, free WiFi to all rooms, and fully landscaped gardens.
So, whatever the occasion, Maclin Lodge guarantees to provide you a relaxing and enjoyable stay....
If you are thinking of trying your hand at horse riding, why not try Sugarloaf Horse Centre, located on the 600 acre property, Sugarloaf Mountain Farm in Campbelltown.
Offering horse riding, escorted trail rides and more, Sugarloaf can give you a memorable experience. Lessons are available in riding, dressage and equestrian. So if you have always wanted to learn how to ride, visit Sugarloaf, and get into the saddle....
Campbelltown City is renowned for offering a quality New Year's Eve alternative to the crowded central business district of Sydney - with a huge night of entertainment from 7pm, along with two spectacular fireworks displays at 9pm and midnight. A giant screen on the western side of the park displays all of the on-stage action, so everyone has a front row seat!
There is plenty to do with a family friendly carnival, food, merchandise stalls and much more!
More than five hours of stage entertainment, from local performers to high profile bands and children's shows, makes for a great night out revellers of all ages.
The event is drug and alcohol free, so there is no better place to celebrate the end of the year with family and friends....
The Wizard of Oz Funland is a fully themed indoor play and party centre, with a huge range of interactive kids activities including karaoke disco, face painting, a costume shop, big slide, flying fox, ball swamp, and more.
The Wizard of Oz Funland is the home of the Wizard of Oz 3D Adventure Show. Sing, dance and travel with Dorothy on her way to the Emerald City in a magical, musical, interactive show. Show available on request in advance, for groups....
Each November, the legendary Festival of Fisher's Ghost comes alive in Campbelltown. The festival is steeped in history, dating back to 1956. It is named after Australia's most famous ghost, Frederick Fisher.
Held over 10 days, the festival features the spectacular Street Parade, the prestigious Fisher's Ghost Art Award, annual Fisher's Ghost Fun Run, a street fair, craft exhibition, open days, and a giant carnival with fireworks.
Enjoy the many events and celebrate the legend with them - if you dare....
All of the fun of the fair is set to return when the Festival of Fisher's Ghost descends on Mawson Park and Queen Street for the annual Street Fair.
The Street Fair is jam-packed with stalls, entertainment and free activities for people of all ages. With something for everyone, it's a great day out!...
Come and enjoy Mega Mini Golf's American style themed indoor mini golf centre and experience Under the Sea , Pharaoh's Tomb, and the Wild West all in the one 18 hole course. Indoor and air-conditioned venue. The perfect outing for all weather conditions!
The course is packed with props and features to entertain the family. Witness the Wild West shoot out between the Sheriff and 'Mad Dog McCoy', take a stroll Under the Sea and listen to the whale harmonies and let their Egyptian mummy take you by surprise.
Enjoy the challenging holes with interesting surprises!...
The Campbelltown Arts Centre, a flagship cultural venue for Greater Sydney, includes gallery spaces, workshops, a performance studio, large outdoor amphitheatre and of course the well known Arts Centre Café.
More than 70,000 visitors per year visit the Arts Centre to view the exhibitions, attend performances, or participate in workshop programs encompassing visual arts, dance, music, theatre and more.
Adjacent to the centre is the Japanese Teahouse and garden, a Bicentennial gift to the people of Campbelltown by sister city Koshigaya. The Teahouse Garden is perfect for picnic lunches, weddings or tranquil contemplation.
Behind the centre is the Sculpture Garden, a federation project initiated by Campbelltown City Council and the Commonwealth Government's Federation Fund. The garden presents a series of changing exhibitions.
Morning, afternoon tea and tours are available for groups by arrangement. Bus parking available close to building....
The Japanese Gardens are a special gift from Koshigaya, Campbelltown's Sister City in Japan, and are located in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre.
The Campbelltown Japanese Gardens celebrate the sister city relationship between Campbelltown and Koshigaya. The gardens were presented to Campbelltown by the citizens of Koshigaya on 10 April, 1988.
The Gardens symbolise the beliefs and religion of both Shinto, the indigenous religion of Japan, and Zen Buddhism.
The Campbelltown Japanese Gardens feature a traditional waterfall, koi pond, timber bridge, stonework pathways, lush plantings and a 16th Century designed teahouse, hand crafted by Japanese craftsmen.
The aim of the garden is to obtain quiet solitude. The design represents elegant simplicity, lending itself to contemplation and heightened awareness.
The Gardens is also home to the Arts Centre Cafe, one of the region's most scenic dining locations overlooking the tranquil landscaped garden. ...
Start your visit to Campbelltown and the Macarthur region by stopping in at the Campbelltown Visitor Centre. The centre is located in historic 'Quondong Cottage' and nestled between the widely acclaimed Arts Centre and Catholic Club.
Built in 1840, the building was used as St Patrick's School House for a number of years, before the school moved premises. Inside you will find a replica school room featuring artefacts from school life in the 1800s.
Combine the action of a cosmopolitan city and the tranquillity of natural surrounds, and you have the city of Campbelltown, where you can indulge in the best of both worlds. Less than one hour south-west of Sydney's central business district, Campbelltown is steeped in history and rich in tales of the earliest pioneers.
Campbelltown is packed with great activities and events to make your visit enjoyable including bushwalking, golfing, go-karting, horse riding, shopping, dining, and more....
Warm up your singing voices and get set for a magical evening at the Campbelltown Christmas Carols.
The entertainment line up is not to be missed, featuring live bands and a host of solo performers singing all of your favourite carols.
There will also be a special visit from the jolly man in the red suit, Santa Claus, as well as a range of fun entertainment for all the family to enjoy....
Campbelltown's Bicycle Education and Road Safety Centre provides education for cycling and pedestrian safety in a fun and safe environment.
The centre is a great place to visit with the kids, family and friends. Schools can also take advantage of the road safety education programs on offer.
The centre features a main road circuit simulating road conditions, including road signage and traffic lights, as well as a junior track for toddlers, shaded playground, picnic tables and free barbecues.
The centre can also be hired for private functions, making it an ideal venue for children's birthday parties, sports presentations and family fun days.
The centre is open to the public, free of charge, every Sunday and during the school holidays.
Visitors attending the centre must bring their own bike or scooter and helmet and must wear enclosed footwear....
Koshigaya Park is one of Campbelltown's most popular parkland areas.
The park was opened in 1984 in celebration of Campbelltown's sister city relationship with Koshigaya, Japan. Today it is a popular venue for outdoor activities and functions.
Facilities available include sheltered picnic tables, barbecue facilities, toilet amenities and modern playground equipment. ...
The Sculpture Garden is in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre. It is a large outdoor sculpture and manicured park area featuring a range of permanent and changing exhibitions. Experience the unique sculptures in a beautiful outdoor setting, right in the centre of Campbelltown.
Experience the Tether of Time - a 15 metre sculpture and meet Esmeralda, the 10 tonne granite prehistoric wombat.
Located next to the Sculpture Garden is the Japanese Garden and the Arts Centre Cafe, one of the region's renowned coffee and meeting spots, overlooking the tranquil landscaped garden. ...