There are a plethora of tourist attraction located in Campbelltown that draw thousands of people to our city.
There is the picturesque Dharawal National Park, harness racing in Menangle Park and of course the numerous sporting events held at Campbelltown Sport Stadium.
On the list is also a museum that boats a collection of historic train and other machinery memorabilia.
Of course, I am talking about the Campbelltown Steam and Machinery Museum.
The museum is home some of the most unique and fascinating steam and internal combustion agricultural and industrial engines.
Adding to the experience of guests is a two-foot gauge railway that also operates on the grounds of the museum.
The museum boasts around 160 members from throughout all corners of NSW who dedicate their time towards the cause.
The two biggest days of the year for the museum are their Field Days in May and October, however COVID-19 has disrupted those recently, as it has many other events throughout the state.
If you have never been to the Campbelltown Steam and Machinery Museum, you should take some time to visit and have a look at the incredible items on display.