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Camden – The best preserved country town on the Cumberland Plain NSW

Camden – The best preserved country town on the Cumberland Plain NSW

The township of Camden on the banks of the Nepean River south-west of Sydney provides a glimpse of life from times gone past. The town was established in 1840 on the Macarthur family estate of Camden Park.

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Cathy Dunn Heritage Tourism Consultant

Cathy Dunn Heritage Tourism Consultant

Heritage Tourism Marketing and development plans. Marketing - Media -etourism. Project manager of www.heritagetourism.com.au.

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How should Historians be involved with Tourism

History is a vital companion to tourism. Tourists want to see 'old things', places where their ancestors lived, learn about things their ancestors did. The study of history can help to identify places and objects of interest to tourists and holiday makers.

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How should Historian be involved with Tourism

How should Historian be involved with Tourism

There can be a judicious mix of history and tourism provided that tourism ventures provide the correct history and not a jumbled version. And that is where the role of professional historians can come in, as they are the people who should be providing the information to tourism operators.

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Heritage and historical consultancy

Dr Ian Willis PO Box 304, Camden. NSW. 2570 Ph: 02 4658 0193 E: Iwillis@primusonline.com.au Heritage and historical consultancy Member of the PHA (NSW)

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