Community groups will get the chance to hop aboard the Western Sydney International Airport Shuttle Tour for a first-class look at the construction of Sydney’s new airport.
Western Sydney Airport Chief Executive Officer Graham Millett said community groups, such as local Probus and Rotary Clubs, can now register their interest to take a guided bus tour of the airport site.
“We’re excited to have community members on board, giving them the opportunity to get up close and watch Western Sydney International come to life,” Mr Millett said.
“The tour uses an iPad audio-visual presentation to provide insights into the history of the project and how it will bring jobs and opportunities to the region.
“Passengers will be shown key locations, including earthwork zones, the soon-to-be-opened Experience Centre and the runway location.
“Construction is well underway on what is one of Australia’s biggest ever earthmoving projects and it’s great that the community can now start seeing the progress being made here in Western Sydney.”
Western Sydney Airport has partnered with South West Community Transport to provide the bus and driver for the launch tour on Tuesday – a not-for-profit organisation and charity that provides transport for elderly and disadvantaged residents and NDIS clients in Sydney’s south-west.
Interested community groups can jump online and register their interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Western Sydney International is on track to open for international and domestic passenger flights in 2026.