Western Sydney Employment Opportunities

The nearby M5 and M7 Motorway networks link you to major centres of employment and business parks. Edmondson Park and Ingleburn train stations are close to Bardia enabling access to the Sydney City in about an hour. Also, the station connects to regional cities and employment hubs of Liverpool, Campbelltown, and Parramatta.

Some of the employment centres near :

  • Liverpool CBD
  • Campbelltown CBD
  • Parramatta CBD
  • Ingleburn Industrial Estate, Ingleburn
  • Leppington Town Centre (planned)
  • Hoxton Park Business Centre, Prestons
  • Len Waters Estate
  • Moorebank Business Park
  • Moorebank Logistic Park
  • Many medium sized industrial estates within 30 minutes of Bardia locate in Wetherill Park, Smithfield, Yennora, Fairfield East, Villawood, Revesby and more.
  • Retail jobs at the local shopping centre - Ed.Square Shopping Centre, Casula Homemaker Centre, Casula Mall, and Willowdale Shopping Centre
  • Central Hills Business Park – Narellan
  • Smeaton Grange industrial area/ Anderson Business Park
  • Gregory Hills Industrial Estate – Turner Road, Currans Hill
  • Gregory Hills Health and Business Centre/Gregory Hills Corporate Park
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Leppington Town Centre

The planned Leppington Town Centre is on the T2 Airport, Inner West and South train lines. It takes around 45 minutes to reach the Domestic Airport terminal, and about 15 minutes to get to the Liverpool CBD by train, making it highly suitable for the location of new homes, jobs and community services. The site will support a mix of uses to support up to 13,000 jobs.


The planned new Western Sydney (Nancy-Bird Walton) International Airport is set to create a huge number of local jobs.

A landmark rezoning will see 6,500 hectares of land rezoned to provide for employment, residential and environmental uses in the Western Sydney Aerotropolis. The rezoning of the Aerotropolis Core, Badgerys Creek, Northern Gateway, Agribusiness and Wianamatta-South Creek was the catalyst for the creation of Sydney’s third city centred on a new global airport. “These first five precincts will deliver much-needed jobs growth to Western Sydney, providing the potential for 100,000 new jobs, as well as homes for 30,000 residents once fully developed.” - said Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Mr Rob Stokes. This 1,300-hectare precinct will include walking and cycling trails that connect open space along the creek as well as cafes and restaurants.

Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said the Aerotropolis will be a major contributor to the 200,000 future jobs that will be created across the Western Parkland City over the next 20 years.

The Aerotropolis offers a wide range of job opportunities from part times to full time jobs in the various sectors such as Hospitality, Pharmaceuticals, Marketing, Logistics, Customer Services, Sales and so on.

Western Sydney Employment Area (Mamre Road Precinct)

The Western Sydney Employment Area provides businesses in the region with land for industry and employment. It can include transport, logistics, warehousing and office space. The Western Sydney Employment Area gives these businesses access to roads and utility services and is close to the planned new Western Sydney (Nancy-Bird Walton) International Airport.

The Precinct delivers about 850 hectares of industrial land which could provide about 5,200 construction jobs and 17,000 ongoing jobs when fully developed.

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