What’s on in Camden

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Events in Camden NSW

Camden is a historic town located 65 kilometres south-west of Sydney.  It’s the perfect combination of rustic charm and modern convenience. The cultural heart of the region, Camden is considered the birthplace of Australian agriculture. Located in the beautiful Macarthur region which forms the foothills between the Blue Mountains and Southern Highlands.

Poplar Tourist Park is an easy, 10 minute stroll or short drive from Camden Village where you’ll find everything you need including supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, homewares stores and boutiques.  We know you’ll fall in love with its charm and character.


camden festival


Every September, Camden Festival enlivens and transforms Camden with a variety of activities and events. The program offered a diverse range of events and aimed to cater for all.

The Festival is a celebration of Camden and what the Camden Local Government Area has to offer.

camden markets


Cobbity Village Markets

Experience a true country market day with 150 stalls selling a range of arts, crafts, gourmet foods and local produce. Enjoy a delicious BBQ breakfast, lunch or Devonshire teas plus a variety of gourmet delicacies.  Held at Cobbitty School, Cobbitty Rd, Cobbitty. There is free parking.

Camden Fresh Produce Market

This is a genuine farmers market where all products sold must be grown, produced or made by the person selling them. Corner Exeter & Mitchell St, Camden.

poplar caravan park camden

Poplar Tourist Park is a conveniently located Camden caravan park nestled between the mountains and the sea and rests beside the picturesque Nepean River.

Our caravan park offers a range of holiday cabin accommodation and shady powered and unpowered campsites suitable caravans, RVs, motorhomes, campervans and tents.   Pet friendly options available for guests staying in their own RV, van or tent.

The park offers guests a safe, friendly atmosphere with excellent facilities and a convenient location.

The quaint and historic town of Camden is considered the jewel of the Macarthur region with its true fine style restaurants, cafes, hotels, weekend markets, wineries, ballooning, historical sites, botanical gardens, equestrian events, motor sports, aviation, canoeing, cycling, golf, walking and cycling tracks, and much more.