By the time the Airport opens in eight years, the Aerotropolis will already be taking shape. Through government investment, there will be integrated public transport running, corridors in place, and education and training institutions established.
These major infrastructure developments can take years to complete, which is why the decisions are happening now.
To help shape the Aerotropolis, you are invited to be a foundation investor and partner in this 21st century city.
Early investors will help determine the shape of industry clusters, establish themselves at the heart of collaborations and develop strong alliances.
Read about opportunities within industry sectors
Aerospace and defence
World-leading aerospace and defence industries are already being attracted to the region. Western Parkland City offers new and existing opportunities, working with government to foster a sustainable cluster of research, development and educational activities to integrate and drive collaboration.
Food and agribusiness
Food and agribusiness is a thriving industry in the Western Parkland City with significant existing export activity and opportunity for growth ensured by the opening of the new Western Sydney Airport.
Health, medical technology, research and education in Western Parkland City will be connected by three established health and education precincts as well as four Western Sydney University campuses, a University of Wollongong campus and University of New South Wales South Western Sydney Clinical School.
Western Parkland City is a burgeoning tourism market at the heart of the second fastest growing visitor region in the state boasting the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, an iconic Australian landmark and key tourist destination.