Interesting article in today's SMH predicts massive population growth (of 2.1M people) over the next two decades - largely in the Hills, Liverpool and Blacktown areas. The image from that article below depicts the future high population growth areas. Does relatively soft population growth (and thus infrastructure spend) in established areas such as the North Shore and eastern suburbs suggest that prices will be somewhat constrained in these parts? Would the smart money be going to the burgeoning west? Does anyone have any other interesting views/takeaways from this? I'm in two minds: While I hopefully benefit from my investments out west, but am a little concerned that my IPs will be worth more than my PPOR in the not too distant future!