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The team behind the vision for the Western Parkland City

"The Aerotropolis is not all going to be glass box high-rise development or an industrial park. It is going to have a contemporary urban feel. There is going to be vibrancy, activity and space for both residents and workers."

Major works begin on construction of Airport

(Pictured left to right) Deputy Premier Michael McCormack, Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres and Member for Lindsay Melissa McIntosh

NSW Space Industry Development Strategy launched

The NSW Space Industry Development Strategy has achieved lift-off, outlining a plan to ensure that NSW will be at the forefront of the rapidly growing billion-dollar space industry.

Western Sydney farmers to compete in global markets

The lucrative future of the Agribusiness Precinct has been highlighted by a new report into the cost of that favourite table staple - tomatoes.

Delivering for the Western Parkland City

The Western City & Aerotropolis Authority’s Strategy has been released and will guide the Authority as it continues to deliver Sydney’s third city.

Industry Symposium takes Aerotropolis to the next level

All of the foundation partners committed to a presence in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis have come together for the first time to share their vision for the new Western Parkland City, which will be the catalyst for creating 200,000 jobs.

World Bank shows interest in the Aerotropolis


Hitachi announced as first Aerotropolis tenant

Big news today, with Hitachi Australia announced as the first global tenant within the Western City & Aerotropolis.

Market sounding underway for the Western City & Aerotropolis

Foundation Partners of the Western City & Aerotropolis Authority have been invited to participate in a curation process for the Western Parkland city’s multiversity and advanced manufacturing and research (AMRP) precinct.

Siemens smart city offers insights for future of vocational education and training

Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced the NSW Government is working with German powerhouse Siemens to finalise a Memorandum of Understanding.

Western Sydney to be 3D printing capital

Western Sydney will be the centre of 3D printing in Australia thanks to a new joint initiative between the NSW Government and industry leader GE Additive.