About us

Western Sydney Airport, formerly known as WSA Co, was established in August 2017 to build Sydney’s new international airport at Badgerys Creek, in south-western Sydney. Its offices are in the Liverpool CBD

Western Sydney Airport is a Government Business Enterprise incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) and operates under the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (Cth). Western Sydney Airport is wholly owned by the Australian Government, represented by the Minister for Finance and the Minister for Urban Infrastructure as shareholder ministers.

An experienced Chair and Board have been appointed to govern Western Sydney Airport's work on the airport project.

The Australian Government will invest up to $5.3 billion to build Western Sydney Airport. This investment covers Western Sydney Airport's work on the earthworks and construction of the airport, including compliance with environmental conditions. It also includes funding for the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities to develop and finalise the airspace and flight path design.

The Australian Government’s expectations for construction of the Western Sydney Airport are set out in the Statement of Expectations PDF: 1594 KB ReadSpeaker.


For questions about the Western Sydney Airport, contact us by email at info@wsaco.com.au.

For questions about flight path design and biodiversity related to the airport, contact the Western Sydney Unit in the Department of Infrastructure, Regional Development and Cities on 1800 038 160 or by email at wsu@infrastructure.gov.au.