Camden is a historical area in New South Wales, which is located 65 kilometers south-west of the Sydney central Business District. The estimated population as of the 2011 census is 3244 people and the postcode of this area is 2570. Localities which are surrounded by this area are Ellis lane, Grasmere, Cawdor, Camden South, Elderslie, Kirkham, Spring farm and Cobbitty.

Climate conditions in Camden

Camden experiences a humid sub-tropical climate. The place brings the abundant rainfall in the months of February and March and the average rainfall recorded at the end of the year is around 790 mm. During the summer months (January to April) the temperature hovers around 25 degrees Celsius and the highest recorded temperature is 46 degree Celsius.

Tourist attractions in Candem

Camden has some exceptional tourist spots such as Macarthur Park, Camden Visitor Information centre, Camden Park Homestead, The Australian Botanic Garden, Camden Historical Museum etc.

Transportation facility

Camden offers good transportation facilities such as bus services, train services, taxis and South west community transport. Also, it is well served by Camden Airport, which is predominantly used by the trainee pilots and other forms of common aviation.


John Macarthur who is the father of the Australian wool industry was born in Camden.