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Rydges Campbelltown - Campbelltown Hotels

Rydges Campbelltown

15 Old Menangle Road, Campbelltown - Map
 
 
"Helpful staff, surprisingly quiet location"
Front desk staff were friendly and helpful. Location was very good and facilities clean and comfortable. It was nice to have opening windows for ventilation and the blockout drapes ensured a peaceful sleep. The Catholic Club next door offered a good selection of food and beverage options and their iced coffee was to die for.
Traveller from Newcastle
Campbelltown Colonial Motor Inn - Campbelltown Hotels

Campbelltown Colonial Motor Inn

20 Queen Street, Campbelltown - Map
 
 
Good That all I wish to say. I do not wish to write when conducting surveys
A Traveller
Maclin Lodge Motel - Campbelltown Hotels

Maclin Lodge Motel

38 Queen Street, Campbelltown - Map
 
 
"Was good"
Would stay again.......................................................................................................................................
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UWS Village - Campbelltown Campus - Campbelltown Hotels

UWS Village - Campbelltown Campus

Building 23, 183 Narellan Road, Campbelltown - Map
 
 
New rooms, clean and comfortable but lack of hot water.
A Traveller

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Quest Campbelltown - Woodbine Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Quest Campbelltown

1 Rennie Road, Woodbine - Map
 
 
"Close to fast foods! "
No inhouse room service on sundays, buffet breakfast is crap no hot food! Hotel no good for familys kids have nothing to do.
Traveller from Australia
Quest Campbelltown offers serviced apartments in Campbelltown, Sydney , situated in the south-western part of Sydney. …More
Crossroads Hotel Liverpool - Casula Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Crossroads Hotel Liverpool

Hume Highway & Camden Valley W, Casula - Map
 
 
Very good Please add a bit more to your review (how's that)?
A Traveller
Quest Liverpool - Liverpool Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Quest Liverpool

39 Scott Street, Liverpool - Map
 
 
"Central Location"
It was really well located for us near to everything we wanted visiting family in the area. The staff were extremely helpful, particularly Jacky on the front desk.The only thing that was disappointing was the alarm clock going off at midnight!
Traveller from Brisbane
Comprising of 88 fully self-contained Studio One and Two Bedroom apartments Quest Liverpool the anticipated 4.5 star property …More
Mercure Sydney Liverpool - Prestons Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$169

Mercure Sydney Liverpool

Cnr Joadja & Hoxton Park Roads, Prestons - Map
 
 
"Good location attached to Liverpool Catholic Club"
Quite nice, very quiet. Bathroom floor not cleaned when room made up on 2nd day. Milk not re-stocked in fridge. Would have been nice to have some free movies, have been in less expensive motels & had free wi-fi & free foxtel. Wotif site said $15 aud approx breakfast & it was $20.
Traveller from Mid North Coast
Located 5 minutes from Liverpool town centre, 30 minutes from the airport, the expansive Mercure Sydney Liverpool is ideal …More
Country Comfort Hunts Liverpool - Casula Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Country Comfort Hunts Liverpool

9 York Street, Casula - Map
 
 
"Within easy reach"
This was our second stay and we were very pleased to have a large room, comfortable bed and full sized refrigerator. Unfortunately we didn't have a table to eat at and the bathroom, while clean, was dingy.
Traveller from Melbourne, Vic
Set on five acres of land, this hotel is situated eight km south of Liverpool.All guestrooms are non-smoking and feature air …More
Ibis Budget Campbelltown - Woodbine Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Ibis Budget Campbelltown

3 Rennie Road, Woodbine - Map
 
 

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    Pocket Guide: Campbelltown

    Campbelltown is a historic city just 50 minute’s drive south-west of Sydney. With Georgian and Victorian terrace-style buildings and mansions, it’s a great place to spot historic sights. You can also indulge in family-friendly activities like go-karting or bowling, or relax with some shopping or golf. There’s even market shopping and a spooky festival too! Book your Campbelltown hotel with us and enjoy a change of pace from the big city.

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    History

    The Tharawal people are Campbelltown’s original inhabitants. When the first fleet arrived in 1788, they brought along six cows that ran away and weren’t seen again for seven years. The locals managed to spot them though, and painted them into the rock art at Bull Creek. In 1795, the British explorers found a herd of about 60 cattle in the Camden area.

    In 1820, Governor Macquarie decided to build a township in the area and named it after his wife Elizabeth Campbell.

    Historical sights

    If a good old historic ramble into the past is on your agenda, start by swinging by the Quondong Visitor’s Centre and pick up a pamphlet. You can check out Emily Cottage, a quaint sandstone house built in the1840s, or the Campbelltown Art and Craft Society, which opened in 1843 as Farrier’s Arms Inn.

    Things to do

    If you have kids, or just want to have a little fun yourself, there are heaps of options. Rocket around a 500-metre outdoor go-kart track at Fastlane Karting, or take on some of Campbelltown’s 10-pin bowling or laser tag at Kingpin Bowling or M9 Laser Skirmish. For a change of pace, tee off at Campbelltown Golf Club or go shopping at Macarthur Square Shopping Centre or Campbelltown Mall. Both Campbelltown and Camden are filled with satisfying dining options from cool cafes to gourmet food from around the world.

    If you prefer to shop market-style, there are a number of them around, from the Appin Markets held at Appin Public School every month to the Camden Arts and Crafts Market at Onslow Park. Check out a show at the 180-seat Campbelltown Arts Centre, which has a nearby sculpture garden and tea house. If you’re a sports fan, you can pay a visit to Campbelltown Stadium or Leichhardt Oval.

    Fisher’s ghost

    Each November, the Festival of Fisher’s Ghost comes to town. Local farmer Fred Fisher disappeared in 1826 and legend has it that about four months later, another farmer named John Farley saw his ghost sitting on the rail of a creek bridge. The ghost pointed to a nearby paddock where Fred Fisher’s body was later found. It turns out his neighbour George Worrall murdered him in order to sell his horse and possessions. Held over 10 days, the Fisher’s Ghost Festival is a surprisingly lively event, with a colourful street parade, a ghostly fun run, a carnival with fireworks and the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award.

    Getting here

    Start with a flight to Sydney. Once you’re in Sydney, you can hire a car and take the M5 South Western Motorway or jump on a bus or train. Campbelltown has something for everyone. Just watch out for phantoms!
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