Bankstown City

Set to open in 2023, the Bankstown City campus will offer highly accessible, technology-rich, innovative teaching and research facilities as well as opportunities for work integrated learning, collaborative enterprise partnership and strong industry, community and business linkages.

74 Rickard Road, Bankstown
(02) 9852 5222

Getting to uni

Students and staff will be able to access public transport easily, with Bankstown station only a 5 minute walk away and the campus will be well serviced by public buses.

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Learning Spaces

The learning spaces are technology-rich and support high levels of interactivity and engagement. They are flexible, adaptable and reconfigurable. High tech facilities will support teaching and provide an opportunity to showcase our educational use of technologies and research.

Specialist learning spaces will also fill a multi-function role as general teaching spaces. Use of these designated skills labs will be optimised to ensure efficient space utilisation.


No longer defined by the number of books it has on its shelves, the Library is now a living social space for our students that prioritises customer services, academic literacy and facilitates wider public engagement.

As a dynamic, flexible space the Library will inspire learning, promote well-being and support the different ways people want to work – hosting a range of important associated services such as Mathematics Education Support Hub (MESH), Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS), MATES and The Academy.

Informal Learning

The building will provide extensive informal learning and social spaces for students and social and collaborative spaces for staff and partners.

Active social spaces will be incorporated throughout the building as well as an engaging function and events facility. We will continue to utilise agile workspaces, open-plan design and flexible meeting spaces.


The Bankstown City Campus is located at 74 Rickard Road, Bankstown.

Students who are required to move from one campus to another and have purchased an annual parking permit can apply for a refund. For a pro-rata refund to be processed for these staff and students, please advise them to return their parking permit and a copy of this email to the following address:

Western Sydney University Parking Compliance
Locked Bag 1797
Penrith NSW 2751

Upon receipt of your parking permit a refund will be processed.

Please allow 2-4 weeks to receive the reimbursement. If payment was made via credit card at OneStop Secure the funds will be reimbursed to the same credit card.

For further information on parking at Western Sydney University, and to review the Western Sydney University Parking and Traffic Policy, please proceed to the website below.

Student printers are located on levels 1 and 4. To print we use follow me printing, that is select print, go to any printer in the building sign in and collect print jobs.

There will be a number of food outlets on the ground floor and surrounding buildings adjacent to Paul Keating Park.

Western Sydney University is occupying the Ground Floor, level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7, with additional staff offices on levels 8 & 9. A link to floor plans will be added closer to opening in early 2023.

All of the courses currently taught by Western Sydney University and The College at the Bankstown Milperra Campus will be taught at the Bankstown City Campus.

Yes, there will be a library located on Level 4 of the Bankstown City Campus.

The access room is located on Level 4 room 1.4.18.

There are lockers located on levels 1-7 to accommodate your personal bags, clothes and or other items requiring a daily secure storage. Lockers are available for a 24-hour period. Any item left in the locker will be removed by Security and taken to lost and found. For more information on security and lost and found.

There are a few parking stations near the Bankstown City Campus, with Bankstown Train Station and the Bankstown Bus Interchange only a 400m walk.