Absolutely. WSW is proceeding through the planning approval milestones. This is a large project and we have navigated through the government approval process since June 2018. We’re excited to bring you regular updates as we move through planning and construction.

The Planning Proposal was finalised in December 2021, setting the master planning control parameters to facilitate for the Winter Sports World development such as height, setbacks, scale, flooding & traffic to name a few.

Yes, due to the significant size of the development.

The SSDA was lodged in December 2022. 

NSW Department of Planning & Environment.

Construction commencement to be confirmed after the State Significant Development Application has been determined. 

We will confirm opening date once the planning approvals have been obtained. The State Significant Development Application is expected to be determined in late 2023

No. This will be Australia’s only offering.

The project value is approximately $400 million.

World-class standard with design excellence achieved and endorsed by the Government Architect of NSW.

During Construction 1368 jobs & during operation 1356 new jobs

During construction $360m injection into the Western Sydney Economy and during operation $222m injection into the Western Sydney Economy each year.

WSW design will deliver a range of sustainability outcomes ensuring:

  • net-zero carbon ready 
  • resource efficient 
  • resilient and future climate ready 
  • socially sustainable 
  • health and wellbeing 
  • nature positive 

Yes. It will be a training ground for athletes such as Winter Olympians year round, offering enormous savings to athletes who will not need to travel overseas to train.

Yes. This will attract Sydneysiders, interstate and even international visitors. WSW will be one of the biggest and most exciting attractions in Sydney.

Real snow just like the ski fields. 

A cool -5 degrees, perfect snow and weather every day, year round due to the perfectly controlled climate.

We are building a giant esky, perfectly sealed and insulated which allows the environment to be controlled with maximum thermal efficiency maintaining the snow. With leading sustainability technology, our ski fields will be carbon neutral.

8.5 m from the western end (Nepean River Side), transitioning to 54m on the Eastern End (Away from Nepean River) to cater for the advanced run.

The advanced run will be a quad-burning 300m!

Yes. Professional instructors to teach all levels of training from beginners, intermediate right through to advanced. Whether you’re learning to ski, improving your skills, an advanced skier or boarder or even professional athlete we’ll have a coach or instructor to help. 



Yes. Our snow groomers can change the terrain regularly and even introduce moguls.

Yes, we will have a dedicated snow park / snow play area. The perfect introduction for the ultimate snow experience.

Absolutely. High performance athletes choose to train in indoor snow centres around the world for some of their training as it takes variables such as weather and snow quality out of the equation, allowing them to focus on skill and technique.

We’ve done extensive traffic modelling which has confirmed the ability of the existing road infrastructure networks to comfortably support the WSW development. It helps being located just off the M4 motorway.

The main entry will be via Wilson Lane, away from Tench Avenue.

The WSW will cater for all its parking requirements within the site including cars, buses & bicycles. 

To ensure the safety of our staff, residents and customers, extensive flood modelling has been conducted confirming the suitability of the WSW development.

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