Narellan Sports Hub is set to become Macarthur's sporting mecca with stage two of the precinct ready to get under way.
Camden Council has accepted a tender from local firm TJ & RF Fordham Pty Ltd to complete the construction works.
The council will use $11.3 million from the Western Sydney Parkland City Liveability Program and $5 million from the Greater Sydney Sports Facility Fund for the design and construction of stage two.
Camden mayor Theresa Fedeli said the stage two works would further enhance Narellan Sports Hub as a state-of-the-art facility for residents and visitors to enjoy.
"We are focused on delivering high quality sport and recreation facilities for our growing community," Cr Fedeli said.
"This is an important step towards making Narellan Sports Hub the pristine destination for sporting competitions in South West Sydney. "
Construction works will include 14 new netball courts, a synthetic athletics track including field and jump facilities, an additional international size rugby league field to replace the existing smaller 'mod league' field, a criterion cycling track and an athletics administration building.
The council will also provide additional more than 1000 new car parking spaces, floodlighting, pedestrian and cycle paths, as well as a major upgrade of the Porrende Street roundabout.
"Once complete, the Sports Hub will be a popular destination for not only locals but many others across Sydney with the facility to have the ability to host a number of state competitions across many sports including netball, athletics and rugby league," Cr Fedeli said.
"I thank both the federal and state governments for their continued support and I look forward to seeing the completed project."
The $11 million first stage of the sports hub was built in October 2017, which included 30 high quality netball courts, an amenities building and car park.
Stage two is expected to be complete by December 2021.