NSW Major Projects Conference 2023

28-29 June 2023
ICC - International Convention Centre
Sydney, NSW


The 13th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference returns on the 28th and 29th June 2023 at the International Convention Centre, ICC Sydney.

A record $112.7 billion investment with $76.7 billion towards transport projects ensures NSW’s infrastructure is able to keep pace with population growth and support long term economic development. Against this backdrop, the NSW Major Projects Conference will bring together over 25 senior-level executives from the public and private sector to discuss key project updates and best practice solutions for the efficient delivery of major infrastructure projects state-wide.

Annually attracting over 200 attendees, the 2-day event will offer highly valuable networking opportunities where construction managers, project directors, consultants and investors can learn about what major projects are in the pipeline across the state and capitalise on the business opportunities being created.


Featured Speakers

Rochelle Hicks |
Rochelle Hicks

Deputy Project Director – Coffs Harbour Bypass Transport for NSW

Dr Mark Apthorpe
Dr Mark Apthorpe

Electricity Infrastructure Jobs Advocate NSW Government

Fred Holt |
Fred Holt

Partner/Architect 3XN

Steve Brogan
Steve Brogan

A/Chief of Policy and Research Infrastructure Australia

Humfrey Whitaker
Humfrey Whitaker

Project Head Bays West Placemaking NSW

Charles Casuscelli
Charles Casuscelli

Chief Executive Officer Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC)

Angela Jeffery
Angela Jeffery

Project Director Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport

Stuart Landrigan
Stuart Landrigan

Director - Infrastructure Advisory and Program Assurance NSW Public Works

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Topics Overview

Delivered through a combination of keynote presentations, case-studies, panel discussions and roundtables, the 13th Annual NSW Major Projects Conference 2023 will cover the following areas:

Central Precinct Renewal Program

Port of Newcastle Clean Energy Precinct

Bays West Urban Renewal Project

Sydney Metro - Western Sydney Airport

Western Sydney International Airport

Nepean Hospital Redevelopment – Stage 2

Inland Rail – Albury to Parkes

Benefits of Attending

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first-hand insights on
the State’s focus towards
delivering better

the challenges facing
the NSW Government and
how it plans to meet public
infrastructure requirements

how the industry is
financing projects in rail,
roads, ports & airports

with senior executives from public and private sectors

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Conference Attendee Profile

The NSW Major Projects Conference attracts over 200 delegates every year involved in delivery of major infrastructure projects.
Expect to meet with the Who's Who of the industry at this unique event.

Profile of Delegates

  Federal, Territory & Local Government Departments
& Agencies


Road, Rail &
Port Authorities

Environmental, Engineering,
& Project Management Consultants

Project Planners
& Developers

Urban & Rural

Banking, Finance
& Law

Architects &






What Do Our Attendees Have To Say?


Good conference, with diverse range of sponsors. Had some promising enquiries, more so than last year. But you can’t cater for everyone. Good Job Everyone.

Leo Hiley


This was a very well organised event, with regular information and updates provided to exhibitors in the lead up to the event. I will definitely be looking to have an exhibitor stand at future events.

Taryn Webb
Northern Cement Limited

Registration Closed!

28-29 June 2023

ICC - International Convention Centre
Sydney, NSW

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