Western Sydney Airport
Set to open in 2026, Western Sydney Airport is a transformational infrastructure project that will generate economic activity, provide employment opportunities closer to home for people in the Western Sydney region, and meet Sydney’s growing aviation needs.
The Australian Government established a Government-owned company, WSA Co, and is investing up to $5.3 billion in equity to deliver the airport. WSA Co will be responsible for construction of the airport.
Thousands of jobs and opportunities for local businesses will be created. The airport is expected to support almost 28,000 direct and indirect jobs by 2031, five years after the airport opens.
Thorough environmental assessment has informed measures that will mitigate and manage the effects of the airport’s construction and operation on surrounding communities.
Discover what a Western Sydney Airport could look like by watching a video and exploring the new Western Sydney Airport Portal.
Find out more about the planning for the Western Sydney Airport and what the next steps are in An airport for Western Sydney: Building Western Sydney's future PDF: 9222 KB
- WSA Co Industry Information Session
8 December 2017
WSA Co held an industry information session on Tuesday 5 December to provide further detail on upcoming works on the airport. For more information, visit wsaco.com.au/business.
- Geotechnical Investigation Services tender now closed
27 November 2017
WSA Co’s Request for Tender for Geotechnical Investigation Services has now closed. For more information, visit wsaco.com.au/business
- Spring 2017 Community Update out now
21 November 2017
The Western Sydney Airport Community Update PDF: 1165 KB for spring 2017 is out now. Find out more about how Aboriginal cultural heritage is being managed and protected, business opportunities available on the airport project through WSA Co, and the latest from the Forum On Western Sydney Airport (FOWSA).
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