Campbelltown (map) is situated in western Sydney, one of Australia’s most significant economic regions and metropolitan Sydney’s largest growth corridor. Western Sydney is Australia’s fourth-largest city in its own right, the nation’s third largest economy and one of the fastest growing population and employment centres.
Campbelltown has an important role in Sydney’s growth. Designated a Strategic Centre by the NSW Government, Campbelltown is the capital of Sydney’s south west and is an increasingly important, dynamic and culturally diverse hub of business, services, industry and innovation.
The city already boasts significant existing infrastructure and services including a major hospital, university and TAFE campuses, the largest shopping centre in south west Sydney as well as professional sporting facilities, regional art and cultural venues. Availability of major road and rail infrastructure, combined with the proximity to the proposed Western Sydney Airport provides unparalleled connectivity for businesses in the region.
Campbelltown’s labour force continues to increase in both size and skill level. The growing community, set to surge by 42% over the next two decades, presents ready-made opportunities for prospective businesses looking to relocate, expand or develop in an area with an increasingly educated and diverse labour force.
To take advantage of the ambition, innovation and opportunity available in Campbelltown City contact the City Marketing and Economy team on 02 4645 4922 or email email@example.com
The information presented in this profile has been prepared by Campbelltown City Council with design and formatting input from REMPLAN. Please note, the development images used on this site are for illustration purposes only and may be different to the actual approved development. This investment profile complements Campbelltown City Council's online economic and community profiles. For additional information about activity and opportunities in the Campbelltown (C) area please contact Campbelltown City Council.