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The City of Campbelltown is an eastern foothills Council of metropolitan Adelaide, approximately 6km from Adelaide’s General Post Office. Major landmarks include the University of South Australia (Magill campus), the ARC Campbelltown, Lochiel Park Golf, Thorndon Park Reserve, The Gums Reserve, the Migrant Monument, Magill Village, Campbelltown Village, North Eastern Community Hospital, Campbelltown Memorial Oval, Brookside Cellars, Lochend House, Lochiel Park Green Village and Lochiel Parklands. The City has a good array of parklands and reserves and features the highly regarded ‘Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail’ which offers visitors to the area many unique food experiences.

The remainder of the Council area is predominantly residential with new dwellings mainly from infill development, principally centred around the suburbs of Magill, Paradise, Rostrevor and Tranmere. The residential community is supported by retail and commercial areas and pockets of light industry, particularly in Magill and Newton.