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Western Sydney will be the land of opportunity

The new Bradfield City Centre will change the future of Sydney and help drive Australia’s economy to the frontier, writes Western Parkland City Authority Chair Jennifer Westacott.

Work underway on Bradfield City Centre

Construction has kicked-off on Australia’s newest city, Bradfield City Centre, a visionary undertaking that will create more than 17,000 jobs and accelerate a wave of new advanced manufacturing, research and innovation in Western Sydney.

Join us at the Modern Manufacturing Expo!

From 20 – 21 September you can join us at the Modern Manufacturing Expo, live at Sydney Showground. Visit our stand opposite the Expert Arena and hear from our expert speakers as part of the conference program.

Aerotropolis gets ready for takeoff as work begins on first substation

The first step in Western Sydney’s Aerotropolis development kicked off today with work beginning on the first critical piece of energy infrastructure for the area.

Japanese powerhouse Hitachi to attract innovation jobs to Western Sydney

The NSW Government has agreed to finalise the first private-sector tenancy agreement for the Bradfield City Centre’s First Building with global giant Hitachi, whose collaborative research model will attract advanced technology jobs to Western Sydney.

Workplace diversity and inclusion short course will create pathways into STEM careers

A new course designed by industry for senior leaders, managers and HR professionals will highlight the importance of diversity and inclusion in a productive workplace.

Western Parkland City Authority to be located in new office building in Penrith

Hundreds of jobs are headed to the Western Parkland City with a major milestone reached in the construction of new and premium office accommodation located in the heart of Penrith.

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Western Sydney to lead Advanced Manufacturing revolution

Western Sydney will be at the heart of Australia’s high-tech manufacturing capability with the investment of $260 million in a national-first shared-use research facility to be built on the doorstep of the new Western Sydney International Airport.


A new way of training for Western Sydney

Western Sydney manufacturing workers will be able to respond quickly to industry training needs as part of the NSW Government’s $37.4 million New Education Training Model (NETM).

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People, places and potential: Western Sydney putting Australia in the box seat

Keynote Address: The Daily Telegraph's Future Western Sydney 2022, delivered by Jennifer Westacott AO.

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Historic ceremony marks creation of Australia’s newest city

A Site Cleansing ceremony was conducted by Gandangara Local Aboriginal Land Council at the site of the future Bradfield City Centre to mark the beginning of work on Australia’s newest city and to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians. 

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Western Sydney to lead on space and advanced manufacturing skills

Workers in Western Sydney will learn to produce the next wave of space technology and high-tech componentry as part of the first industry led short courses rolled out under the NSW Government’s $37 million New Education and Training Model (NETM).