Home and Away features Narellan's Studley Park House

Haunted haven: Studley Park House in Narellan has been used as a filming location by Channel 7's long running soap opera Home and Away.
Haunted haven: Studley Park House in Narellan has been used as a filming location by Channel 7's long running soap opera Home and Away.

It turns out that Camden is home to a little bit of Summer Bay.

Narellan’s historic Studley Park house has been used as a filming location for Channel 7’s long running soap opera, Home and Away.

The iconic homestead was used in three episodes about a haunted house which aired last week.

Characters Ryder (Lukas Radovich), Coco (Anna Cocquerel) and Raffy (Olivia Deeble) decide to explore the ‘haunted’ house, which is also a hideout for Summer Bay’s local gang, the River Boys.

Disaster strikes when Raffy and Ryder are trapped in the old house by falling debris.

Studley Park House is often referred to as the most haunted house in Macarthur.

The home was originally built in 1888 by businessman William Charles Payne.

However, building the mansion soon bankrupted Mr Payne and it was sold in 1902. Studley Park House then became Camden Grammar School.

The home was then owned by a 20th Century Fox executive before it became the Eastern Command Training School for the army.

The historic homestead is now owned by the Moran Family Group.

It is known as the last ‘country estate’ dwelling to be built in the Camden area.

Camden’s Camelot mansion has been used in A Place to Call Home and Baz Luhrmann’s feature film, Australia.

Onslow Oval in Camden was used as a set for Angelina Jolie’s movie, Unbroken.

Australian actor and director Mel Gibson travelled to a private farm in Bringelly to shoot his war epic, Hacksaw Ridge.

Read more about Macarthur’s film hotspots here.