Welcome to Panorama

Current as at: July 2023

Q3 2023

Completion of bulk earthworks, roads and services for Stage 1.

Our team is working with Metro to minimise any impacts to Bingara Gorge residents.

The project

Located in the Wilton Growth Area, Panorama will set a new benchmark for sustainability and provide quality lifestyles to those who call it home.

With access to Sydney, Wollongong, Campbelltown, Canberra and the Southern Highlands, Panorama will be an affordable, sustainable, and amenity-rich community in Wilton, offering unrivalled access to a diverse range of new housing.

The project has become Landcom’s first to achieve a 6 Star Green Star Communities rating, independently certified by the Green Building Council of Australia as world-leading.

The project includes:

  • around 5,600 homes, including 10% Affordable Housing
  • approximately 415 hectares of Environmental Conservation Area
  • around 52 hectares of open space, including seven new sports fields, plus walking and cycling paths and an 11-hectare man-made lake
  • direct access to the future North Wilton Town Centre
  • two new school sites
  • local transport, including a new bus route and direct access to the Hume Highway
  • a lakeside activity hub with services, education, shopping, entertainment, recreation and community-based activities
  • sustainability targets for carbon neutral outcomes, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and low carbon living, as well as water capture, recycling and reuse
  • water bodies and street trees to provide shade and help reduce the impact of summer heat, as well as preservation of local bushland to protect native plants and animals.
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Wilton Growth Area, bounded by Picton Road (south), Hume Highway (east), and Nepean River (north

Local council area

Wollondilly Shire Council

Project area

Total land: 871 hectares

Have your say on Neighbourhood Plan No. 2

We are currently commencing preparation of Neighbourhood Plan No. 2, which will build on the principles set out in the North Wilton Precinct Structure Plan. Neighbourhood Plans can cover things like subdivision design, construction staging, location of car parking, proposed bus routes, picnic seating, pedestrian connections, trees, local roads, open space and water bodies.

We want your ideas for how to make North Wilton a great place to live, visit and enjoy. Workshops on Wednesday 24 July and Saturday 27 July will explore how we can translate our vision for North Wilton, which we created with community feedback, into practical design principles and controls that will guide future development.

Tell us what you’re most interested in discussing using our social mapping tool, and RSVP for the workshops, by visiting our Join In Landcom page.

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At Panorama, sustainability is a key focus, with Landcom implementing a number of key initiatives that make this community a benchmark for liveability and environmental quality. These include:

  • 6 Star Green Star community with global standards of sustainable design, community features and liveability
  • preserving natural vegetation within the community to keep streets cooler
  • design guidelines focused on homes that are all electric with energy-efficient appliances, solar panels and therefore cheaper energy bills
  • climate resilient homes and easy access to parks, bike and walking tracks and active transport options to improve physical and mental health
  • building roads with recycled car tyres and asphalt pavement, plus trialling PAK-PAVE, a mix made of over 50% recycled materials including paper and coffee cups
  • a highly considered masterplan design and program of community activities to help people interact and connect with the beautiful surrounding bushland.

Based on our current projections, each household in North Wilton can reduce operational carbon emissions by up to six tonnes per year when compared to an average home.

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New residents (estimated)

Approximately 15,000

Proposed retail area

8.13 hectares of retail and employment land

Public open space

52 hectares

Our vision for North Wilton

Welcome to Panorama. Set amongst the natural beauty of the Razorback Range, these are the ancient ancestral lands of the Dharawal and Gundungarra people, who have maintained enduring connection to and care of Country even through times of dispossession and trauma.

Panorama will be a place where people join a welcoming, diverse and sustainable community. Offering the benefits of both city and country living, it will be connected to surrounding towns, bushland, culture, and local history.

Panorama will be a place where day to day life feels relaxed, with a network of tree lined streets, great open spaces, natural bushland and community facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy. It will be a future ready place with a choice of energy efficient and affordable homes for people at all stages of life looking to be part of an inclusive and resilient community.

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  • Construction of new interchange (subject to approval)
  • Stage 1 settlements anticipated
  • Community consultation to shape designs for lakeside activity hub
  • Hume Highway access ramps and associated infrastructure anticipated to begin
  • Development continues on future stages (subject to approval)
  • Stage 1 subdivision works started
  • Stage 1 development approval
  • Stage 1 lot sales commenced

Community newsletter

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Community Newsletter (June 2024)
Community Newsletter (February 2024)
Community Newsletter (October 2023)
Community Newsletter (June 2023)
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Visit our Sales Centre

Visit our Sales Centre, at 195 Fairway Drive, Wilton. Alternatively, contact us via phone on (02) 9391 2983 or email panorama@landcom.nsw.gov.au. 

195 Fairway Drive, Wilton

(02) 9391 2983


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If you require the services of an interpreter, please contact the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 and ask them to call Landcom on 02 9841 8600. The interpreter will then assist you with the translation.

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