Western Sydney Aerotropolis
Sydney's first 24/7 international airport will be a hub for industry and drive new jobs across the Western Parkland City.
The Western Sydney Aerotropolis will leverage complex supply chain capabilities emerging near the new Nancy Bird Walton International Airport, due to begin operations in 2026.
The Aerotropolis Core will be named Bradfield in honour of John Bradfield, the engineer who oversaw construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the city's original rail network. It will catalyse growth of advanced industry in the Western Parkland City, building its industrial base initially focussed on aerospace, aviation and defence industries.
An Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility will provide infrastructure for collaboration, incubation and innovation, allowing businesses to test, prototype and rapidly scale advanced manufacturing processes.
Capitalising on Sydney’s first 24/7 international airport, an Agribusiness Precinct will feature state-of-the-art, digitally enabled freight and logistics hubs to support the growth of Australian import and exports.
Connect and innovate in Western Sydney
The NSW Government’s vision for the Western Parkland City will see it emerge as a catalyst for employment, investment, industry development and economic growth. It will harness world-class capability in areas such as:
- advanced electronics
- composite manufacturing
- additive manufacturing
- power and energy storage
- modelling and simulation
- reliability engineering.
Capitalising on Sydney’s first 24/7 international airport, the Agribusiness Precinct will feature state-of-the-art, digitally enabled freight and logistics hubs to support the growth of Australian import and exports.
Foundation partners in the Aerotropolis include CSIRO, the Australian Space Agency, BAE Systems Australia, DB Schenker, GE Additive, Hitachi Ltd, Sydney Markets, Vitex Pharmaceuticals, Western Sydney University, the NUW Alliance and Samsung SDS.
Learn more on the Western Parkland City AuthorityExternal Link website.
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