Western Sydney has always had plenty to offer the world – from its deep First Nations heritage to its diverse and dynamic community spirit. And when Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport opens its doors in 2026, the world will be more connected to Sydney’s cultural heartland than ever before.
This is an airport experience unlike any other in Australia. Seamless and sustainable. Intuitive and exciting. Always open for international and domestic travel – along with air cargo flights.
You’ll be welcomed by the stories and culture of Dharug country, from the moment you step into our terminal up until your flight takes off. We’ve consulted with First Nation communities to design an airport that honours the traditional land on which Western Sydney International Airport stands.
Australia’s newest airport is also its most seamless and stress-free. We’re committed to making every trip a smooth one – with a terminal design that makes the passenger experience faster, easier and more reliable. And a world-class digital capability that helps airlines deliver flights on-time and above expectation.
This is matched by our unique opportunity to deliver a commitment to sustainability from the beginning. Sustainability isn’t just about how we design, construct and operate Western Sydney International Airport – it’s how we positively impact the community too.
After all, it’s the undeniable spirit of Western Sydney that makes us so proud to call it home. And what continues to shape an airport that doesn’t just embrace Sydney’s cultural heartland – but connects it to the world.
Welcome to Western Sydney International Airport.
Western Sydney International Airport at a glance:
- Initial design concepts by Zaha Hadid Architects (London, UK) and Cox Architecture (NSW, Australia)
- Final design and construction by Multiplex (Australia)