Sydney Southwest historic attractions.
- Monday 10 Feb 2020
Elderslie is inspired in rich local history and is surrounded by many hidden historic attractions that will entertain your family over the weekend or holiday period.
Check out the district’s various landmark markets, the microbreweries, the wineries and the impressive Campbelltown Arts Centre. The Campbelltown Arts Centre includes gallery spaces, workshops, a performance studio, large outdoor amphitheatre and the popular Arts Centre Café. The Centre also features a Japanese Teahouse and Garden and Sculpture Garden. The Japanese Teahouse and Garden provides a perfect place for a light lunch, wedding or tranquil contemplation and the Sculpture Garden is perfect for relaxation and admiration showcasing works of renowned artists.
Experience New South Wales’ living history at Belgenny Farm and Wivenhoe House; and discover more about Australia’s native plantsat the Mount Annan Botanic Garden.
There are many points for easy access to the great outdoors, such as William Howe Reserve and Dharawal National Park – for waterfalls, hiking paths and bike trails. Historical Camden is a few minutes’ drive away from Elderslie, the rural heart of the Macarthur Region and the known birthplace of the Australian wool, wheat and wine industries.