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Western Sydney University Bankstown City Campus

A landmark tertiary education building

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An artist’s impression of the future Western Sydney University campus and surrounding public plaza

Walker Corporation & Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University has partnered with Walker Corporation to deliver its Bankstown City Campus. The city campus will revitalise the Bankstown CBD precinct and provide much-needed construction jobs during a global economic downturn.

Project Overview

The Bankstown City Campus will provide Western Sydney University with their first purpose designed vertical campus building, creating a landmark tertiary education building.

The Campus will offer highly-accessible, technology-rich, cutting-edge teaching and research facilities as well as opportunities for work integrated learning, collaborative enterprise partnerships, and strong industry, community and business linkages.

Key campus features will include:

  • Health, advanced manufacturing and education focused research programs.
  • Courses in teacher education, psychology, arts and humanities, business, accounting, IT and non-clinical health areas.
  • Teaching, research, conference and social spaces.
  • Informal learning areas and indoor and outdoor terraces.
  • Easy access to the future Bankstown Metro station.
An artist’s impression of the future Western Sydney University campus and surrounding streets

Project Status

The university campus construction has been completed along with the completion of the Southern boundary portion of works. The Appian way works are now complete and achieved the major completion milestone of the Public Domain.

An artist’s impression Western Sydney University campus and the surrounding park

Planning Approval Documents

  1. Approved Plans and Programs
  2. Architectural Plans and Civil Drawings
  3. Monitoring and Reporting
  4. Statutory Approvals

The Full Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Response to Submissions (RtS) can be viewed on the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment Planning Portal. View EIS

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