The Western Sydney Aerotropolis will be a dynamic precinct at the heart of the booming Western Parkland City economy in Sydney's outer west. Don't miss your chance to invest.
All three levels of Australian government (Federal, State and Local) are working together with aerospace and wider industry groups to bring life and vibrancy to the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.
Invitations are out for organisations wishing to take part in the success of this emerging region.
Major infrastructure developments can take years to complete, which is why decisions are happening now.
Help shape Western Sydney’s future
Western Sydney is an already established hub for defence, advanced manufacturing and food processing. It's also one of the fastest-growing regions in the country.
This growth is set to skyrocket with the Commonwealth Government investing A$5.3 billion in developing Sydney’s second international airport, in Western Sydney. The airport, which will operate from 2026, will service 10 million passengers per year and deliver 20,000 direct and indirect jobs.
By the time the airport opens, the Aerotropolis will already be taking shape. Now’s your chance to partner with government in the planning, design, construction and management of the purpose-built city and business centre concentrated on the airport.
Enjoy incentives to grow your business in Western Sydney
Set on 11,200 hectares, the Western Sydney Aerotropolis will create jobs in aerospace and defence, manufacturing, healthcare, freight and logistics, agribusiness, education and research. Local and international companies in these sectors have a unique opportunity to set up shop in this vast, greenfield site.
The NSW Government will assist you to establish and grow a business in Western Sydney by:
- streamlining planning processes
- fast-tracking infrastructure
- pursuing enhanced digital connectivity (including 5G) with telecommunication providers
- investing more than A$22 billion on major infrastructure projects to tackle congestion, connect communities and improve services across Western Sydney
The Australian and NSW Governments, together with the eight local governments of the Western Parkland City (within the broader Western Sydney Region), have also committed to delivering transport infrastructure to connect the airport and Aerotropolis to the Sydney-wide network.
Find out more about early investment in this once-in-a-generation opportunity.