Infrastructure

Like other growth areas on the outskirts of Australia’s capital cities, Western Sydney continues to deal with large population growth, growing at double the national rate. Western Sydney has enormous potential to generate new jobs and increase its contribution to national productivity. The priorities for Western Sydney are long-term cross-government planning strategies to support investment in major infrastructure, transport to boost business and jobs, and infrastructure to support learning and employment pathways.

Western Sydney City Deal

A landmark agreement between three levels of government to develop a coordinated plan and deliver long-term prosperity for the region.

North South Rail

A north/south rail link is not just an option for a future airport, it presents the opportunity to develop the Western Sydney Employment Area and create jobs of the future.

Western Sydney Airport

Get our position on the airport and the program of advocacy we are focusing on for our community...

Advocacy Priorities

Council has developed a list of priorities to build, invest and connect our City...

National Broadband Network

The National Broadband Network (NBN) is Australia's new network for landline phone and internet services...

Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan - Local Roads Package

The Australian Government is funding a $200 million Local Roads Package as part of the Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan linked to the development of the Western Sydney Airport, at Badgerys Creek.