New South Wales and the Western Parkland City
At more than half-a-trillion dollars, NSW is Australia's largest state economy. NSW accounts for around a third of the nation's economic output and is home to nearly a third of all Australians. NSW has a strong and diversified economy, a robust growth profile and an excellent credit rating.
NSW has a strong industrial base, with cutting edge industries and world-leading universities. NSW is experiencing Australia's largest infrastructure boom and is home to a highly skilled, innovative and creative workforce.
The Western Parkland City is one of Australia's fastest-growing regions. Over 2 million people are expected to call the Western Parkland City home by 2056.
Small businesses and skilled industry sectors are generating more than $56 billion per year GRP and employing more than 420,000 people across the Western Parkland City.
The Western Parkland City comprises 8 local government areas: Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly. These areas boast incredible cultural diversity, strong Indigenous heritage and amazing natural assets.
Framed by world heritage areas, national parks and beautiful waterways, the Western Parkland City offers quality lifestyle choices from urban to rural residential. Close to Sydney CBD, the Western Parkland City offers a healthy, active lifestyle and a vibrant culture that leverages its diversity and dynamic demographics.
The Western Parkland City has a bright future, catalysed by the Western Sydney International Airport and underpinned by Government investment of more than $20 billion to deliver the most advanced, green and connected city in the Indo-Pacific.