LLB Accountants Serve Campbelltown




About LLB Accountants

Our services include:

• Business advice and monitoring
• SMSF (self-managed super funds) setup and services
• Trusts
• Auditing
• Financial statement preparations
• Budgeting • GST advice
• BAS preparation
• Company incorporation
• Tax planning/advice

History of Campbelltown

Campbelltown is situated approximately 50 kilometres south-west of the Sydney CBD. The suburb of Campbelltown inherited its name from Elizabeth Campbell who was the wife of Lachlan Macquarie, the former governor of New South Wales. The suburb was originally 2 separate words, Campbell-Town, but has since been simplified to 1 word in later years.


In 2011, Campbelltown had a recorded population of 10,400 making it one of the largest suburbs outside of the CBD. The majority of its residents are Australian born, but also has its fair share of multiculturalism with other residents coming from all parts of the world including South Africa, India and England. Apart from English, other commonly spoken languages include Samoan, Spanish and Hindi.


The M5 South Western Motorway links to the airport, Canberra and the city. Campbelltown is serviced by 2 main railway stations, Campbelltown and Macarthur stations, which are on the Airport, Inner west and South line of the train network in Sydney. Bus services are also abundant in Campbelltown with many services to Campbelltown station and neighbouring suburbs.


Campbelltown’s main shopping district is the old town centre, encompassing the Queen Strip shopping strip, Campbelltown mall, the train station and the bus interchange. Additionally, there is a second commercial area at Macarthur train station adjacent to University of Western Sydney and Macarthur Square, a big shopping complex offering customers a wide range of shopping options with indoor and outdoor entertainment.


Housing in Campbelltown is a mixture of private and public housing, comprising of about 60% separate houses.