The Campbelltown campus is situated in the suburb of Macarthur in the Campbelltown Local Government Area. The campus is located on the corner of Narellan Road and Gilchrist Drive, entrance is via Narellan Road.
- Campbelltown campus map (opens in a new window) (PDF, 282Kb)
- Campbelltown campus (full site) map (opens in a new window) (PDF, 226Kb)
The following services are available on the Campbelltown campus:
- Badanami Centre
- Campus Safety and Security (first aid)
- Child Care
- NRMA service point, near security office Building 21
- Student Accommodation
- Student Central
- Taxi pick up point
- UWSConnect coffee shop, gym, canteen and retail outlet
- UWSConnect Books
- UWSConnect Fitness (gym)
The UWS Campbelltown Transport Access Guide (TAG) (opens in a new window) (PDF, 345Kb) provides information to UWS staff, students and visitors about active travel. Active travel means walking, cycling and/or using public transport and 30 minutes a day is recommended by the Australian Government Health Guidelines(opens in a new window) to maintain your health.
131500 Transport Info on the go (opens in a new window) can assist in planning your trip or locate the next bus, train or ferry service from your current location. Visit the Transport Infoline (opens in a new window) or call 131 500 for all your transport information requirements.
Safety on campus
If catching public transport, please be aware that not all train stations are attended by station staff. UWS recommends contacting CityRail (opens in a new window) for further information.
Remember to check the latest bus and train timetables to avoid unnecessary delays. 131500 Transport Info on the go (opens in a new window) can assist in planning your trip or locate the next bus, train or ferry service from your current location using your web enabled mobile phone.
The University takes the safety of students and staff very seriously. If you are concerned about your safety on a UWS campus at anytime, contact Campbelltown Campus Safety and Security on 02 4620 3131 to request an escort between buildings, or to or from on-campus transport points and car parks. For further information on safe travel to UWS, please download a copy of the University’s Be safe travel guide (opens in a new window) (PDF, 234Kb).
The information on this page has been obtained from third parties. The University recommends contacting 131500 Transport Infoline (opens in a new window) to plan your trip and obtain the latest service, timetable and fare information.
For suggestions, comments and feedback on this page and travelling to UWS, please contact Adam Byrne, Director, Campus Safety & Security, via email firstname.lastname@example.org.