The NSW Government has announced over $1 billion in funding to start building the Bradfield City Centre. This is the next step in delivering Australia’s newest, most advanced, green and connected city.
The announcement included funding for:
Enabling works that will provide the foundation infrastructure for Bradfield such as utilities and services to kick start broader private sector development;
The first building that will include a visitor centre as well as a high-tech research facility. The facility will provide shared use equipment for research institutions and industry partners to enable collaborative innovation;
New community and recreation facilities including 36 hectares of open public space, plus retail and childcare; and
A new model for education and training to deliver over 7,000 micro-credential courses.
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Welcome to Australia's first 22nd century city - Bradfield, a high-tech city centre on the doorstep of the Western Sydney International Airport.
Connected by a Metro rail line, as well as roads and active transport links, Bradfield will be an energetic place with life, culture and public spaces. Bradfield will attract the country's brightest minds with opportunities at the national science agency, the CSIRO and a world-class advanced manufacturing research facility where businesses can design and test ideas. This will all be supported by intelligent digital networks.
Bradfield will be a key Indo-Pacific hub, connected globally via the airport and locally with the existing centres nearby. At the centre of it all is Bradfield which is perfectly placed to be the beating heart of the Western Parkland City.
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The Bradfield City Centre will grow and evolve over the next 30 years to become a cyber-secure, hydrogen-ready location for advanced industries.
It will support wider employment, education and training opportunities in the Western Parkland City and drive the creation of tens of thousands of jobs.
This billion dollar investment will deliver a key Indo-Pacific hub for advanced manufacturing, aerospace and defence, agribusiness and pharma, freight and logistics, health and education.
Click here to read the announcement made by the NSW Premier, the Hon Gladys Berejiklian MP, the NSW Treasurer, the Hon Dominic Perrottet MP and the Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, the Hon Stuart Ayres MP.
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