Western Sydney is expected to reap the dividends of the Australian Turf Club’s (ATC) investment into the region, with impressive plans for Rosehill Gardens set to provide more high quality entertainment and hospitality options.
The ATC’s masterplan for Rosehill Gardens includes a four-star hotel, swimming pools, new club and restaurant facilities and a commercial/residential tower.
Crucial to the success of the Rosehill plan is a light rail route along the Olympic Corridor, which would act as a catalyst to convert industrial wasteland in Camellia, into an upmarket residential, leisure and business hub.
Western Sydney Leadership Dialogue chairman Christopher Brown said the light rail system would also create an integrated playground for the region, linking Parramatta Stadium, Rosehill Gardens, Allphones Arena, ANZ Stadium and Sydney’s showgrounds.
“Camellia as is currently stands, is nothing more than an industrial wasteland, but the introduction of a light rail route through this channel has the potential to totally reshape the precinct, creating new housing and employment, attracting new business and investment, and improving urban productivity,” Mr Brown said.