The City of Campbelltown, a strategic centre of Sydney at the epicentre of one of the most significant growth corridors in NSW, is an emerging health and medical university city.
The Campbelltown Health and Education Precinct, launched earlier this year, is the largest of Western Sydney’s five Health and Education Precincts and will further strengthen Campbelltown’s position as a major player in the field of health, education, research, business and allied services.
Campbelltown’s strategic location is chief among its many advantages. Boasting extensive public transport links and road networks, the city is ideally located with direct road and rail links to Sydney CBD, Sydney International Airport, the Illawarra region and Canberra. Campbelltown is also less than 23km from the Western Sydney Airport.
The city already has significant existing infrastructure and services including a major public hospital about to undergo a $632 million expansion; a private hospital; a university campus – Western Sydney University; two TAFE NSW campuses; a strong advanced manufacturing industry; professional sporting facilities; regional art and cultural venues.
Campbelltown City Council is committed to working in partnership with key stakeholders across all levels of industry, public and private, to attract a further range of industry and development to create a city for the growing community that facilitates job creation, investment, business growth and innovation – particularly in the fields of health, research and education.