Macarthur Heights is located within Campbelltown which is one of four major cities/hubs within the Sydney Metropolitan area, located in the greater Western Sydney, Macarthur Region of New South Wales. Campbelltown is an electorate state and surrounding by Blair Athol, Woodbine, Mount Annan, Ruse, Glen Alpine, Ambarvale and Bradbury suburbs. The Postcode of the city is 2560. It is 50 Km away from Sydney Central Business District.
Macarthur Heights is an 850 home estate set to house 3,000 people within the community. The estate is within walking distance to Macarthur Train Station, Macarthur Square Shopping Centre and enjoys access to the M5 Motorway.
Lachlan Macquarie was a famous governor of New South Wales. Her wife’s name was Elizabeth Campbell. Campbelltown was named after her name. The city was established in 1820. Campbelltown developed gradually after the extension of Southern Rail Line in 1858. In 1882, Campbelltown Council established with a view to further development. In 1888 piped water came into Campbelltown and the city is the first country town in New South Wales to have piped water.