Park Central is located in the local government area of Campbelltown, being the traditional land of the Dharawal People. Park Central is a small pocket development developed between 2000 to 2009 and Landcom’s first greenfields project.
The area of Park Central has been purposefully designed to offer a mix of residential, commercial and public open space, designed with people at the forefront of the development. Heading into Park Central, you can instantly see how the space has been designed with the community at heart.
When you arrive at Park Central, you’ll be greeted with the expansive Marsden Park – not to be confused with the suburb in Blacktown. The park sits in the heart of Park Central, with both residential and commercial hubs surrounding the park lands.
With plenty of waterways, cycleways and walkways to discover and explore, grab yourself a coffee from one of the nearby cafes and spend a few hours relaxing in the outdoors. It’s the perfect destination for the whole family.
When you’re feeling hungry, head up Hyde Parade where you’ll find a whole range of different food options such as Thai, Italian, or Indian. If you’re wanting something a little more pub-style, jump in the car and head to the Ambarvale Hotel, a 5-minute drive from Park Central.
The Ambarvale Hotel has recently completed some huge renovations and is now a state-of-the-art destination within the Macarthur Region. Within a bistro, brewery and sports bar all under one roof, it’s the perfect place to visit for both kids and adults alike.
Their menu features classic pub staples, as well as a wood-fired pizza or choose something from their charcoal grill and rotisserie. With their own in-house brewery, choose to try one (or all) of their beers, with drops including pacific pale ales, larger, sours, and XPAs.
Once you’re done with lunch, you can choose to head back to park central and explore more of what the park has to offer, or stop by the Campbelltown Arts Centre and see what’s showing.