One of Australia’s most historic houses recognised for fine architecture, connection with the Macarthur Family and significant agricultural footprint
Camden Park House was designed by colonial architect John Verge for wool pioneers and agricultural entrepreneurs John and Elizabeth Macarthur. Since its completion in 1835, Camden Park has been recognised for its fine architecture, its connection to the Macarthur family and to the many and varied contributions made by this family to the development of agriculture in Australia. In all, seven generations of John Macarthur’s descendants have resided at Camden Park.
Camden Park is known as one of the most important historic houses in Australia. Visitors will experience the unique character and quality of its design, the gorgeous landscaping and garden, the historical collection of furniture and fine arts and the substantial documentary collection.
Please note Camden Park House is currently not open to the public for private tours or the annual Open Weekend as both are sadly postponed due to COVID-19 until 2021.