Envisage the future, starting now
The Western Sydney Airport, currently under construction, brings with it a unique opportunity: the chance for investors to define their place in a thriving Aerotropolis surrounding the Airport.
The Aerotropolis is strategically located on the edge of Sydney, Australia’s largest city, and within one of the fastest-growing regions in the country, Western Sydney.
Western Sydney is a focus of development and growth for both the Australian and New South Wales governments. The Aerotropolis and the region surrounding the Airport is a priority for both governments, already attracting public investment of more than A$20 billion across transport, health and education infrastructure.
Government and the private sector will join together to create a purpose-built Aerotropolis that will emulate the success of comparable developments around the world. By leveraging the economic benefits of the new Airport, we will create an integrated city equal to the successful aerotropolises of the world.
Planning for the Aerotropolis is moving at a fast pace. The Airport is underway, as wide-reaching road and rail networks grow around it. Now is the time to join together as we create Australia’s newest 21st century city.
Starting now, businesses have the opportunity to be part of the creation of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, designing facilities to their specifications and driving the development of industry-specific precincts.
Precincts incorporating industries such as aerospace and defence industries, food and agribusiness, advanced manufacturing, and health and education will be backed by government support and senior industry leadership. A metropolitan centre catalysed by government land will support high-skilled jobs, businesses and critical public transport connections.
Invitation to participate as a partner anchor tenant
We are seeking partner anchor tenants to help shape Australia’s first Aerotropolis. To find out more download the Invitation to Participate as a partner anchor tenant in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis.