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Below is a list of locations on offer in Camden. You can also discuss your location requirements with Council's Film Contact Officer


The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan

The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan is Australia's largest botanic garden with more than 2000 species of native plants. The Garden covers 416 hectares and features a variety of different display gardens including water garden, lakeside, wollemi walk, dry stone walls and much more. 


Balloon Aloft

Balloon Aloft offer hot air balloon rides throughout the region. Hot air ballooning can be used in filming for ballooning, aerial shooting and scenic/landscape shooting.


Belgenny Farm

The home farm of John and Elizabeth Macarthur dates back to 1805. This wonderful picturesque setting includes Belgenny Cottage built in 1820 and the oldest surviving collection of farm buildings in Australia.


Camden Airport

Camden Airport houses some of Australias best aviation providers including hot air ballooning, charter planes, fighter planes, tiger moths, helicopters and gliders. Check out our attractions listing for businesses at Camden Airport. 


Camden Cycleway

Camden Cycleway provides a quiet tree lined path meanering along the Nepean River. The Cycleway is visible from Camden Valley Way on the left just before Argyle Street. 


Camden Town Centre

Camden's village style main street has a small country town feel with a variety of historic businesses and private residents with jacarandas running from one end of town to the other. 


Camden Park House

This historic mansion located near Camden, on the outskirts of Sydney, remains Australia's oldest private residence occupied by descendants of its founders, John and Elizabeth Macarthur.


Camden Town Farm

Originally a 52 hectare dairy farm that was bequeathed to the local community by the late Miss Llwella Davies. It is a unique green space on the flood plain surrounding Camden.


Camden Valley Inn

Built in the early 1930s originally as a milk bar, but always as a popular meeting place for locals. The "Camden Vale Inn", as it was then known, was built to promote the pure and wholesome milk of Camden Park. Today the inn has changed from milk bar to restaurant and a luxury hotel inn, after being granted its tavern licence in 1989.


Cobbitty Village

The village of Cobbitty, nestled on the Nepean River, attracts much interest because of the lush country views and beautifully kept historic buildings


Gledswood Homestead

Nestled amid rolling pastures, Gledswood is a unique collection of colonial buildings dating back to 1810. The homestead, circa 1810, is a grand convict built sandstone home. Set on 64 hectares, Gledswood provides a relaxed rural setting for a range of events, functions and conferences.


Macarthur Park

This beautiful park was opened 1906 and has a number of different areas including a heritage rose garden, the wisteria walk, the Cenotaph honouring World War I soldiers and a shelter built in 1913 in memory of Mrs Elizabeth Macarthur-Onslow.


Nepean River

The Nepean River meanders through some of Camden's historic, rural and picturesque locations with multiple access points lined by the Camden Cycleway. 


Rural Roads

Throughout the Camden area are public roads lined with jacarandas, liquidambers and poplar trees along with rural backdrops overlooking the floodplain providing that rural backdrop. Discuss your needs with the Film Contact Officer to find the perfect location. 


Sydney Horse Riding Centre

Need experienced horses and trainers for filming? Sydney Horse Riding Centre, located on the Gledswood Homestead property, takes you through the picturesque Gledswood Hills, weaving your way through 100 acres of green pastures.



There are six boutique wineries located in the Camden Local Government area with a mix of old style and modern cellar door facilities. Vist our attractions page and use the filters to find a list of Camden's wineries.


Wivenhoe Heritage House

Charles Cowper built "Wivenhoe" on the 600 acres granted to his father Rev William Cowper in 1812. It was named after his wife's (Eliza Sutton) home in England. The house was completed in 1838 and its design has been attributed to colonial architect John Verge.


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