Liverpool is the gateway city to Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, due to open to passengers in 2026. It will be a source of future workers during the construction and operational phases of Sydney's second international airport.
In conjunction with the Western Sydney Aerotropolis, it will contribute towards 200,000 new jobs in the Western Parkland City and become a high-skill jobs hub across aerospace and defence, manufacturing, healthcare, freight and logistics, agribusiness, education and research industries.
Western Sydney Airport, the Australian Government organisation that will build and run the $5.3 billion airport, is located in the Liverpool city centre. Visit their website for further information about the airport.
Western Sydney International Airport and the Western Sydney Aerotropolis are the biggest infrastructure projects ever undertaken in Liverpool.
Liverpool City Council is committed to ensuring the community is provided with relevant, accurate and up-to-date information about these major projects.
Important sources of information include:
- Council’s Rural District Forum which is held every two months at the Bringelly Community Centre. Visit our Liverpool Listens page for dates.
- Rural Community Reference Group - established by Council, this group includes eight community representatives, and provides a mechanism for residents to communicate concerns and needs within the Rural District and in relation to the Aerotropolis. This group will meet every three months.
For any enquires or complaints relating to the project, can we remind residents and stakeholders to call our 24/7 community information line – 1800 717 703.
This ensures all issues are managed in ‘real-time’ and we can follow up with our respective contractors to investigate immediately.