‘Kui’ Kentlyn, is situated on the edge of the George’s River Basin. This quaint campsite is surrounded by bushland just 10 minutes from the centre of Campbelltown.
This area is home to much biodiversity found in the region, including an active koala colony. Koalas are mostly nocturnal ‑ so keep an eye out whilst sleeping under the stars!
The George’s River was an important focal point for aboriginal life and culture in the Southwest Sydney Region. Explore the area and discover some interesting Aboriginal caves.

Central shed

The site has running hot water, electric lighting, fully equipped kitchen with two sinks, two fridges and workspaces. A portable gas barbeque is available for use. Gas is supplied.


This site will hold four to six Patrols comfortably. It is fully equipped with bell tents, and a campfire circle.


There is one shower and two toilets in the block. The bathroom has a ramp for disabled access.


  • ‘Kui’ Kentlyn camp has a bushland chapel
  • The Georges River Basin is a known Koala corridor, so keep your eyes peeled!
  • Explore the surrounding area which has interesting Aboriginal Caves

Where to find us

60A Darling Ave, Kentlyn, NSW 2560

Bookings & Enquiries

Mary Ann

t: 0419 162 007
e: [email protected]

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