On Wednesday 24 July, West HQ welcomed Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney, Stuart Ayres, as well as some of Greater Western Sydney’s (GWS) heads of industry, to West HQ for the launch of the inaugural Best of the West guidebook.
Produced by Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue (the Dialogue), the Best of the West guidebook is a regional snapshot of the best places and events, infrastructure, and innovations in the GWS area.
“Over the last decade, Sydney’s Western Corridor has seen a level of unprecedented growth which is unlikely to tire itself out anytime soon. This has brought about change and development, which has been challenging at times, but has also paved the path for opportunities,” said Richard Errington, CEO, West HQ.
The insider’s guide was designed to spark a debate in the community about all that is great in the GWS area, which is too often dismissed by its eastern and northern neighbours.
“Best of the West brings together the proud and diverse range of Western Sydney communities and encourages everyone to think broadly about experiences in our part of the world,” said Adam Leto, Executive Director of the Dialogue.
Featuring in the guide are two of West HQ’s premium venues: Sydney Gymnastics and Aquatics Centre; the largest purpose-built gymnastics facility of Olympic standard in the world, and featuring two 25 metre five-lane swimming pools, and Sydney Coliseum Theatre; a new world-class entertainment centre and theatrical icon for the West.
Get your copy of the Best of West guidebook or read the digital version here.