Morning Tea at “Workary” to learn about Western Sydney Airport

by Angela Haynes

Workary and Studio 2166 at the Whitlam Library, Cabramatta is one of the savviest investments Fairfield Council has made to support business entrepreneurs.  Drop in to see Manjit Uppal or Bernie Garling who will warmly welcome you and show you the extraordinary tech and digital facilities available for FREE to members, small businesses and the general public.      

Studio 2166 is a high-end film and recording studio built for digital content creation. Access the facility to film promotional videos, create green screen special effects, or record interviews and podcasts.

Workary is the business hub and amongst a plethora of features which can be found at the program of events includes a regular Morning Tea series with speakers designed to bring information about contemporary business issues to the community.

Thanks to Stevan Sipka, Executive Manager Aero Partnerships (pictured above with Angela Haynes, President of Cumberland Business Chamber) for presenting on the current status of the Western Sydney Airport.  Stevan’s presentation was very informative as was the Q&A section of the event. 

Some of the interesting facts were that by 2026 more people will live closer to the new Nancy Bird Walton airport that Kingsford Smith.  MOU’s are in place with Qantas and Virgin plus 10 large freight operators including Australia Post, DB Schenker, DHL and Fedex.  The airport will be 24/7 with flight paths still to be determined. There will also be a 200ha dedicated business park within the 1780 ha site.