Macarthur Park

Parks and Gardens

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

Mrs Elizabeth Macarthur-Onslow, a granddaughter of John Macarthur, gifted Macarthur Park to the people of Camden in 1905. The park is home to Camden’s War Memorial and the Faithfull-Anderson Fountain, which once stood where the roundabout is now, at the intersection of John and Argyle Street. The park is well known for its heritage rose garden.

Facilities

History & Heritage

Rates

ADULT Free

Nearby Things to Do

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Camden Skate Facility

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Playmaze Narellan

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Camden Town Farm

Camden Town Farm

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Nearby Accommodation

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