Business Success Stories

GenesisCare - Cancer Therapy Centre 


Construction is now complete on the $52 million integrated cancer treatment centre in the heart of Campbelltown, which means that cancer patients in South Western Sydney and the Southern Highlands will now have access to the latest advancements and treatments in radiation oncology, medical oncology, and global clinical trials. 

The new cancer centre includes medical oncology and radiation oncology services, medical imaging, pathology, a clinical trials unit and allied health services - all under one roof. 

The world class facility is a result of a partnership between Council, Australia's leading integrated cancer care provider, GensisCare, and Northwest Healthcare. The facility, which has a 5 Star Green Star sustainability rating, has the capacity to deliver more than 30,000 treatments annually. 

The first stage of a three-stage health precinct on the 2.8 hectare site, Northwest's vision for Stages 2 and 3 is to develop one of the most comprehensive health and education precincts in NSW, featuring top tier private operators delivering large format specialised services such as cancer care and mental health, as well as surgical, diagnostic, primary and allied health care. 

Stage 2, incorporating a day surgical hospital, specialist consult suites, health and wellbeing related uses and a cafe, is anticipated to begin construction in late 2024. 

Overall, the development value of the health precinct is more than $350 million. 

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Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research

artist impression Macarthur Medical Research Centre

Construction is now underway on the next big project for the Campbelltown Health and Education Precinct - the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research - Macarthur

The facility - being delivered in partnership with the South Western Sydney Local Health District, the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Western Sydney University and the University of NSW - will bring together world leading researchers and clinicians across many disciplines. 

Located next to the newly redeveloped Campbelltown Public Hospital, the five-storey building will be of cutting edge design and a cornerstone of the broader Campbelltown Health and Education Precinct.

Due to open in 2025, the $47.5 million world-class medical education and research facility will enable local researchers to address the region's unique health challenges and improve health outcomes for the people of south west Sydney, bringing together world-leading researchers and clinicians across disciplines. It will promote greater scientific, clinical and industry collaboration that can deliver cutting-edge diagnostics and innovative healthcare programs, treatments, and therapies, and strengthen patient care.

The research will have a particular focus on health challenges such as mental illness, diabetes, healthcare of Indigenous and culturally and linguistically diverse communities, paediatrics and child wellbeing, and addiction medicine. 

Campbelltown Hospital


Construction of the new 12-storey clinical services building at Campbelltown Hospital, the centrepiece of the $632 million Stage 2 redevelopment is now complete.

With additional clinical services and medical specialities available, the local community will have access to a broader range of health care closer to home. The redevelopment will also improve patient flow, provide better vehicle and pedestrian access to the hospital, include food and retail outlets, deliver a multi-storey carpark and provide more job opportunities.

Key features include:

  • New clinical services building with modern wards and patient facilities
  • New women's health services including birthing suites and maternity ward
  • Increased children's outpatient and ambulatory care services
  • Increased children's surgical services
  • New nuclear medicine and dental services
  • State-of-the-art operating theatres and intensive care unit
  • Bigger emergency department with more treatment spaces
  • Modern mental health units that are centrally located
  • Increased access to outpatient and ambulatory care services
  • Upgraded medical imaging equipment
  • Increased cancer services

The next stage of works is the completion of the refurbishment works and overall project finalisation.

No. 8 Campbelltown 


City living in the heart of Campbelltown, No. 8, is a bold new addition to the city skyline. 

The first commercial building to be constructed in the city centre in years, the 14-storey Dumaresq Street development has incorporated environmentally sensitive design principles and intelligent technology throughout the design and construction process. 

The development consists of 7 levels of boutique luxury apartments on the upper floors, while the lower floors feature a mix of commercial offices and professional suites. A 300sqm contemporary landscaped rooftop terrace provides BBQ facilities, garden lounges and amazing city views. 

No. 8 opened in 2023. 

Campbelltown Private Hospital

Campbelltown private hospital

Campbelltown Private Hospital was opened in 2007 and has undergone three major redevelopments since this time.

It was the first hospital in southwest Sydney to provide robotic surgical services, providing patients with access to world class services in the local area.

The state of the art operating theatres provide a wide range of surgical services including elective and life-saving surgery such as:

  • Bariatric surgery (weight loss surgery)
  • Breast surgery
  • Colorectal surgery
  • Ear, nose and throat surgery
  • General surgery
  • Gynaecology surgery
  • Head and neck surgery
  • Neurosurgery
  • Orthopaedic (bone and joint) surgery
  • Ophthalmology (eye) surgery
  • Oral & dental surgery
  • Paediatric surgery
  • Plastic, reconstructive
  • Spinal surgery.

Supporting the surgical services, the hospital includes a 34 bed Rehabilitation Centre as well as comprehensive specialist medical consulting services, onsite medical imaging and nuclear medicine and a pathology collection centre. 

Campbelltown School of Medicine

School of Medicine

The Campbelltown School of Medicine, located at the Campbelltown Campus of Western Sydney University, is one of the most advanced medical training centres in Australia.

The facility is the home base for the University's medical students, as well as the School's academics, researchers and support staff.

The innovative four-storey facility provides students and researchers with specialist teaching and laboratory facilities, including simulated learning spaces for clinical skills learning, an anatomy laboratory, problem-based learning tutorial rooms and world-class research equipment.

As a bonus, 70% of the doctors trained at WSU School of Medicine stay and practice medicine in Campbelltown and the surrounding region.

Macarthur Clinical School

Macarthur Clinical School

Western Sydney University's Macarthur Clinical School, located at Campbelltown Hospital, brings together expert medical teachers and clinical training opportunities for medical students and researchers.

The facility ensures medical students have access to quality, hands-on training. The world class school includes a simulation laboratory, tutorial rooms, lecture theatre, library and research space for clinical academic teams.

Clinical services include:

  • Aged Care and Rehabilitation
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Cancer Therapy
  • Cardiology
  • Emergency
  • Intensive Care
  • Maternity Services
  • Medicine
  • Paediatrics and Paediatric Ambulatory Care
  • Palliative Care
  • Radiology
  • Respiratory
  • Special Care Nursery
  • Stroke
  • Surgery.

Community and Justice Precinct

Artists impression proposed Justice Precinct Campbelltown

The potential of increasing the number of courts in Campbelltown is being explored to improve access to justice for the growing communities of south west Sydney.

The Campbelltown Community and Justice Precinct proposes to co-locate federal and state courts, along with justice services, educational and community facilities in the city centre.

This initiative has the potential to increase the number of courts available in Campbelltown, provide more court services and create high-value jobs and new infrastructure within the city.

The proposed precinct would be at the current Campbelltown Court House and Campbelltown Civic Centre sites that is bound by Queen Street, Hurley Street, Short Street, Patrick Street and Broughton Street. This location is opposite Campbelltown Station and adjacent to emergency and police services.

All three levels of government are collaborating on the proposal, with the Australian Government evaluating the opportunity to have a Commonwealth presence and the State Government assessing the suitability for expanded NSW Courts. Council is considering its options for civic and community facilities, commercial office space and educational campuses.

The project is being supported by the Western Parkland City Authority and facilitated by the Western Sydney City Deal. 

Breseight Group Australia

Breseight Advanced Manufacturing

From humble beginnings as a contract tooling and job workshop, Breseight Group Australia has transformed into an internationally acclaimed, advanced manufacturing and engineering business with global connections.

Founded in 1983, Breseight remains under the control of the two founding families (Cullen and Rix) and operates from a purpose-built facility in Ingleburn with 28 employees. With a long history in toolmaking, the business now has a diverse offering of advanced manufacturing and engineering products and services.

Managing Director, Kevin Cullen, recognised the need for the business to expand beyond its toolmaking origins if it were to thrive in the manufacturing industry.

"Traditional manufacturing in Australia has declined in recent years, and along with fellow Director, Tracy Rix and CEO, Marcos Perez, we wanted to ensure the sustainability of the business well into the future," Kevin said.

"We recognised that we needed to align with internationally recognised leaders in manufacturing, so in 2005, we partnered with German technology companies and introduced EOS 3D high-end printing into Australia for use with plastic and metal materials - and we haven't looked back."

Since then, Breseight has won design, development and supply contracts with companies such as Telstra, NBN, ResMed and Alcatel for a range of telecommunication and medical products, and they have transitioned from traditional base manufacturing into new industry sectors.

Their latest creation, ImplaNav, was developed and tested in Campbelltown and is now being showcased across Europe. ImplaNav is an oral surgical navigation system focused on dental implant implantology and better patient health outcomes relating to areas such as osseointegration, trauma, oncology, edentulous (lack of teeth) and bone augmentation.

The company is also providing solutions for prostheses jaw reconstruction implants, and Patient Specific Instrumentation (PSI) solutions are also being sourced for leading Australian medical companies for ankle, knee, and hip reconstructions.

"We acknowledge that for manufacturing to exist in Australia in its own right, technology and innovation must be integrated and delivered organically with industry partners, including those in education," Kevin said.

"Some of today's fastest growing occupations require STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) related skills and experience, so we need to enable opportunities for future training within the industry. We are working on a framework called ‘dynamic learning 24/7' which will create an online platform for innovation in manufacturing and deliver home-grown, sustainable, environmentally considered, world class products and services.

"It's an exciting time to be in advanced manufacturing and Campbelltown is leading the charge." 

Australia's biggest timber apartment

The Gardens Apartments Macarthur

A significant milestone has been achieved. The final Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) - a product used as an alternative to steel and concrete - panel has been installed at &'The Gardens Macarthur' to complete the residential development of what is currently Australia's largest tall timber building.

The $30 million development, which is guaranteed to become an urban design landmark for the city, consists of 101 apartments over three towers - six, seven and eight stories in height.

Internationally, timber construction has been widely accepted as a preferred innovative, environmentally friendly building material for medium and mid-rise construction in Europe and the US for more than 15 years. In Australia, however, this is a relatively new method, with Campbelltown now at the forefront of this new dimension of construction.

CLT construction methods offer a faster build time, without compromising on the structural integrity, quality and aesthetics of the design. The product also has a number of additional advantages - using timber building materials not only creates fewer carbon emissions without any increase in costs, but a Planet Ark study has shown that wooden interiors improve a person's emotional state, reducing blood pressure, heart rate and stress levels.

Located close to Campbelltown's restaurant and entertainment precinct, The Gardens three tower residential complex consist of 101 beautifully crafted apartments, all of which have been cleverly designed to attract maximum natural light and cross flow ventilation.

The towers, the final of which was completed in October 2017, took just six months to complete and received a commendation at the 2017 UDIA awards for Excellence in Affordable Development.