Cobbitty is a rare opportunity to live happily between two worlds

The suburb of Cobbitty stands to benefit from multi-billion dollar infrastructure investment in Sydney’s south-west, spurred by development of the new Nancy-Bird Walton Airport and Western Sydney Aerotropolis. On the edge of the South West Growth Area, extensive planning is underway to deliver road and rail improvements to support future economic and social opportunity.


Locations referred to are approximate only and may not be an accurate representation of the reference upon completion of the development. Correct as at 16.09.22.

Vertical lines
  • 1. Cobbitty Gallery
  • 2. St Pauls Anglican Church
  • 3. Cut Hill Reserve
  • 4. Royal National Park
  • 5. Upper Nepean State Conservation Area
  • 6. Thirroul Beach
  • 7. Wollongong Beach
  • 8. The Australian Botanic Garden
  • 9. Camden Golf Club
  • 10. Macarthur Anglican School
  • 11. Cobbitty Public School
  • 12. TAFE NSW Campbelltown
  • 13. Western Sydney University Campbelltown Campus
  • 14. Camden High School
  • 15. Campbelltown Hospital
  • 16. Campbelltown Private Hospital
  • 17. Camden Healthcare Centre
  • 18. Narellan Central Medical Centre
Restaurants and Cafes
  • 19. Cobbitty Bakehouse
  • 20. Argyle Street Camden
  • 21. Enzos Cucina Camden
  • 22. Barenz
  • 23. Squeeze & Grind
  • 24. Camden Valley Inn
  • 25. Narellan Town Centre
  • 26. Macarthur Square
  • 27. Argyle Street Camden
  • 28. Oran Park Podium
  • 29. Campbelltown Station
  • 30. Leppington Station
  • 31. Macarthur Station

Major infrastructure and development projects

Nancy Bird-Walton International Airport

Nancy Bird-Walton
International Airport

On track for takeoff in 2026*, Sydney’s second airport has already generated thousands of jobs in construction and is set to deliver more when it becomes operational.

Outer Sydney Orbital

Transport Infrastructure

Completion of the $1.6 billion* Northern Road upgrade has delivered faster and safer travel within Western Sydney. The upgrade is part of a $4.1 billion joint State and Federal Government Western Sydney Infrastructure Plan* to improve Western Sydney roads. 

Bradfield Areotropolois

Western Sydney

The Western Sydney Aerotropolis is set to become Sydney’s new centre of innovation, fuelling further investment and economic growth in diverse areas such as advanced electronics, manufacturing and engineering.

Campbelltown Hospital


The second stage of the $632 million redevelopment of Campbelltown Hospital is timed for 2023*. Many of the services have already been delivered including the new clinical services building which opened in June 2022.

*Artist’s impressions as at 21.10.22. Produced prior to all planning approvals being in place and prior to commencement of development, and is therefore subject to change.
The information, images and artist’s impression depicting landscaping and other amenity are intended only as a guide and are not to be relied on as a representative of the final product.

^The delivery of the lake, playing field and associated amenity is subject to receipt of planning and statutory approvals and is subject to change.

# The scope, composition and timing for delivery of the neighbourhood centre has not been finalised and is also subject to receipt of planning and statutory approvals and is subject to change.
Mirvac or a third party may be responsible for undertaking the delivery of the neighbourhood centre. If the neighbourhood centre is not owned or managed by Mirvac, the timings and outcome will be outside of Mirvac’s control and subject to change and delay.

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We acknowledge the Dharug, Tharawal, Gundungurra and Cubbitch Bartha people as the Traditional Owners of the land upon which Cobbitty by Mirvac will be built and offer our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.