Campbelltown is about to add a magical mystery bus tour to its other great attractions – one that’s perfect if you want to learn more about the joint.
The free trip – official name Orientation to Campbelltown Tour – will provide an overview of council services as well as a visit to some popular local facilities such as Eagle Vale Central, the Animal Care Facility, Campbelltown Arts Centre, the Campbelltown Visitor Information Centre, Koshigaya Park and HJ Daley Library.
The free tour will be held during Local Government Week, which runs August 4-10, and encourages community members to engage more closely with their local council and learn more about the services, programs and facilities available to them.
The bus will depart from outside the council civic centre in Queen Street at 9am on Thursday, August 7 and will return there at 1pm.
Those aboard the bus will learn all about council’s waste services and local attractions and recreational facilities such as Campbelltown Skate Park and the Bicycle Education and Road Safety Centre. Participants will also receive a Campbelltown residents’ information pack.
Campbelltown City Council’s Director of Community Services, Lindy Deitz, said the tour was a great way to learn more about the local area.
“Whether you’re new to our city, or just looking to gain more knowledge about all of the services and facilities available in our Local Government Area, the tour is an opportunity to gain a new insight into Campbelltown and meet people from the community,” Mrs Deitz said.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 4645 4579. Places are strictly limited, so contact council as soon as possible to secure a seat on the bus.