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Investing in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis

Connect to a network of industry and innovation by investing in the Aerotropolis.

The Aerotropolis and surrounds is one of the fastest growing urban areas in Australia, offering tremendous opportunity with a strong focus on emerging and high-tech industries.

The region will become a thriving, connected economy offering a diverse and dynamic population, skilled and educated workforce, and a vibrant lifestyle.

Investor Concierge Service

The Investor Concierge Service is a free, comprehensive and confidential service which can provide your business with a suite of support services including:

  • briefings on the growth and opportunities across the Aerotropolis
  • assistance with business requirements including economic analysis and skills data
  • introductions to local partners for supply chain identification and research collaborations
  • advice on accessing grants and other financial incentives
  • identification of suitable available office and industrial space
  • coordination across key government agencies and regulatory bodies
  • access to world-class workforce skills development and training
  • assistance with familiarisation visits to Bradfield City Centre

Contact us

To find out more about our service offering and how we can support you to establish or expand your business, click here to contact us.

About the Aerotropolis

The Western Sydney Aerotropolis is the area surrounding the new Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek, set to become a thriving economic centre.

Future focused industries such as advanced manufacturing, technology, research, training and education, freight and logistics, agribusiness, and mixed-use development will locate in the Aerotropolis. At its heart will be Australia's newest city— Bradfield City Centre.

Quick facts

  • 11,200 hectares of rezoned land, strategically located at the centre of NSW road, port, and air networks.
  • $20 billion pipeline of infrastructure investment by the NSW and Commonwealth Government, for delivery of the Airport and supporting critical transport infrastructure.
  • $1.9 billion of new funding from the 2024-25 NSW and Commonwealth Government budgets, for upgrades to key arterial roads, enabling rapid transportation of goods and services to and from the Aerotropolis.
  • More than $8.7 billion worth of development already in the planning pipeline, generating 80,000 new jobs (during construction and ongoing).

Priority precincts within the Aerotropolis are being developed over time, creating new opportunities for investment by industry. There will be an initial focus on three priority precincts:

Northern Gateway Precinct

The Northern Gateway Precinct will provide important links north into the greater Penrith area via major transport infrastructure.

Aerotropolis Core Precinct

Aerotropolis Core (including the Bradfield City Centre) Bradfield City Centre will be the new metropolitan centre within the Aerotropolis Core Precinct.

Agribusiness Precinct

The Agribusiness Precinct offers key access points to the airport, allowing the development of agribusiness uses.

To read more about the precincts identified as part of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis Precinct Plan 2022, please visit the NSW Planning Portal.