I am honoured to chair the Western Parkland City Authority, which is tasked with coordinating growth of the Western Parkland City.
Australia is set to be at the centre of the growth of the middle class in Asia. This will open doors for Australian agriculture producers.
With the 24/7 Western Sydney International (WSI) Airport, there are huge opportunities for NSW and the Western Parkland City to take advantage of this growth.
Fresh produce, value-added products, highly and specialised product will be able to move overland into these markets in record time.
Anyone with a serious eye on expansion opportunities in global and domestic trade by air, must be making strides to gain a foothold in the Aerotropolis.
The Agribusiness Precinct, and other parts of the Aerotropolis, offer proximity to the entry and exit points of the new 24/7 WSI Cargo Precinct.
There are so many opportunities for market leaders to create a best-in-class air freight interface, to move Australia’s best products to Asian markets on 10-hour flights.
There will be no better place to trade globally in Australia. There will be no better time for investors seeking new opportunities. No better moment for industry and landowners to partner.
We’re asking for your ideas on how best to make this happen, through an open Request for Information (RFI) process.
We will help connect great ideas, and those ready to seize the opportunities. Jennifer Westacott AO Chair, Western Parkland City Authority
Jennifer Westacott AO
Chair, Western Parkland City Authority
An invitation to share your ideas (PDF, 3.3 MB)