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In 2016, Westmead produced over $1.9 billion of economic output, making the Western Suburbs one of the biggest economic engines in Australia.

Today, Westmead has become Australia’s only innovation district and is one of the world’s largest health and research precincts. More than $900 million has been committed for Stage 1 of the Westmead Redevelopment project, which will further improve major hospitals by 2020. Building on the success of Westmead as the paragon of integrated healthcare, research and education, Western Sydney University is expanding its footprint with a new $220.5 million building to promote ongoing learning. This will allow an extra 2,500 students into the precinct.



Over the next ten years, the precinct will receive $3.4 billion of public and private investments, securing its place at the heart of the country's third largest economy.

To truly open up Westmead to Greater Sydney, the government has committed $1.7 billion to the Parramatta Light Rail development, which is expected to open in 2023. The first stage will be a 12-kilometre route connecting Westmead to Carlingford through the Parramatta CBD, while the second stage will see the rail extend to Olympic Park.



By 2036, Westmead will deliver an additional $2.8 billion per annum of output to the New South Wales economy.

As one of the world’s biggest health and research precincts, Westmead currently employs 18,000 people, with 50,000 specialist jobs forecast to be delivered by 2036. The University of Sydney will be reinforcing their partnership with Westmead Hospital, the Children’s Hospital at Westmead and local research institutes by investing $500 million for infrastructure and programs over the next two decades.


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