Camden Valley Inn reopens after $15m revamp

The Camden Valley Inn was officially opened today by Member for Wollondilly Nathaniel Smith.

The reopening of the Inn, which was originally built as a milk bar to serve the Camden Vale area in 1939, follows nine months of renovations.

With a $15 million capital injection into the refurbishment project, Lewis Land Group has been careful to ensure the venue maintains the same community feel while expanding the Inn’s offering into a modern, multipurpose venue.

Chris Calvert, CEO of Lewis Land Group, said he was proud of the way the redevelopment has balanced the heritage aspects of the venue with a contemporary country design.

“Our venues are all about embracing the outdoors, and creating spaces for people to gather and enjoy the beauty of the surrounds,” he said.

“Camden Valley Inn epitomises our approach to outdoor-focused social spaces. The scenic views, towering trees and heritage buildings are the real focus, so we have designed our venue to make sure these are highlighted from every vantage. We want to provide a feast for the eyes, as well as a great menu and level of service.”

Set across approximately five acres, new facilities of the venue include multiple bars, a brand new dining area, a cafe, a pizzeria, accommodation, a brand new beer garden, covered terrace and private and semi-private function spaces.