For healthy communities in the Western Parkland City

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About Us

Working Together for our communities and the Western Parkland City

Western Sydney Health Alliance

The Western Sydney Health Alliance is served by the Councils of the Blue Mountains, Camden, Campbelltown, Fairfield, Hawkesbury, Liverpool, Penrith and Wollondilly. These eight Councils have committed to working collaboratively for our region through the formation of a partnership – the Western Parkland Councils.

Joining together with health partners, South Western Sydney Local Health District. Nepean Blue Mountain Primary Health Network, South Western Sydney Primary Health Network, and Sector Connect, and covering an area of more than eight thousand square kilometres or two-thirds of Greater Sydney, the members of the Western Sydney Health Alliance serve more than one million people and expect to welcome half a million more residents by 2036.

Our Region

The Western Parkland City is one of the fastest growing areas of Australia – a thriving region of diverse communities, economic opportunity and environmental wonders.

Currently home to more than 1.1 million people, the Western Parkland City includes some of the fastest growing local government areas in Australia and is expected to grow by half a million people by 2036.

The region’s large tracts of bushland, scenic hills, floodplains, gorges, rivers and waterways weave through urban neighbourhoods, farmland, rural towns and villages. The area is framed by enviable World Heritage-listed landscapes and intersected by the Hawkesbury-Nepean and Georges Rivers and South Creek.

Ours is a region where town and country meet, from the peri-urban lands that continue to feed Greater Sydney, to established, flourishing centres that offer a mix of jobs, educational opportunities and places to socialise.

People and businesses benefit from a diverse economy powered by health, education and retail sectors, hospitality and industrial activities including advanced manufacturing, trade and logistics, tourism and mineral resources.

The diverse history and landscape of this area supports a polycentric region with places of unique heritage and character and new suburbs and centres continuing to emerge in response to rapid growth.