The City of Campbelltown is a local government area in the Macarthur region of south-west Sydney, NSW. The city was founded in 1820 by Governor Lachlan Macquarie and named after his wife Elizabeth, whose maiden name was Campbell. More than 168,000 people across 34 suburbs now call this diverse and vibrant city home.
Walker Corporation is a privately owned Australian-based property development company, with an international development portfolio in USA, Canada and Malaysia. Australia's largest privately owned development company, Walker Corporation is fully owned and operated by co-founder and Chairman, Lang Walker.
Macarthur Square is South West Sydney’s leading retail, lifestyle and entertainment destination. At the heart of the community since 1979, Macarthur Square offers an experience for everyone, with over 300 specialty stores, major retailers and leading dining and entertainment facilities.
Boasting two venues, Cabra-Vale Diggers at Canley Vale and Campbelltown RSL at Campbelltown, the group has a long history of servicing and supporting local sporting clubs and not for profit community organisations in the Canley Vale, Liverpool, and Campbelltown areas.