Suburbs of Campbelltown, NSW

How well do you know the suburbs of Campbelltown
If you have never lived in or heard of Campbelltown, I suggest you don't start this quiz.
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Last updated: September 13, 2019
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East
Fairly dodgy suburb with a juvenile correctional centre.
Airds
South
Another notorious suburb. Home of Thomas Reddall High.
Ambarvale
West
Well-kept suburb with high cultural diversity (full of asians), with a central hill and a Latter Day Saints church.
Blair Athol
North
Small suburb named after the creek that runs through it.
Bow Bowing
South
Central suburb where the annual Fisher's ghost festival is held and home to the Gordon Fetterplace aquatic centre.
Bradbury
West
Originally a government housing commission experiment, to this day deemed a failure.
Claymore
North
Sparse suburb, composed of mostly wealthy people who own a lot of land.
Denham Court
West
Home to St Mary Immaculate Primary school.
Eagle Vale
South
Small suburb south of Macarthur Square.
Englorie Park
Southeast
Another well-kept suburb, home to Campbelltown Golf Course.
Glen Alpine
North
Home to Hurlstone Agricultural High.
Glenfield
North
Suburb used primarily for industry and trade. Home to a lot of warehouses and car yards..
Ingleburn
West
Suburb which sounds similar to Cairns, but sounds different and is spelt different..
Kearns
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East
Another sparse suburb on the Georges River.
Kentlyn
North
Home to Wests Leagues Club and Campbelltown Sports Stadium. Is commonly misspelled.
Leumeah
North
Suburb named after a former state governor, and home to Simmo's Beach.
Macquarie Fields
Northwest
Closed estate home to a golf course.
Macquarie Links
Southwest
Small, remote suburb. Home to Tabcorp Park
Menangle Park
North
Another dodgy suburb. Home of Jarryd Hayne and pronounced without the 't'.
Minto
South
Nicknamed 'Roseghetto' for its lower-class reputation, John Therry is located here.
Rosemeadow
East
Junction Road is the main straight, and home to the St Thomas More Parish.
Ruse
North
Named after the patron saint of Scotland
St Andrews
Southeast
suburb on the Georges River also named after a saint. Across Appin Road from Roseghetto.
St Helens Park
Northwest
Mount Carmel High School is here and that's about it.
Varroville
Southeast
Another sparse suburb home to an airfield and various campsites
Wedderburn
North
Known for its concentration of fast food restaurants. Named after a cigarette brand.
Woodbine
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