Calvert to Kagaru project consultation

The C2K project is currently gathering community input, feedback and data to assist us in developing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and feasibility design of the C2K project.

An overview of the EIS consultation program, as well as the associated EIS technical studies, is available here.

You can reach us on phone 1800 732 761, email inlandrailqld@artc.com.au or come meet us at the next round of consultation sessions.

Community information sessions – May 2019

Our project team will be holding community information sessions in late May to discuss the project and findings relating to the rail alignment, soils, flora and fauna, air quality, noise and vibration, flooding, social impact, land use and property, and heritage both Aboriginal and European.

Our consultation posters are now available on in the Consultation documents on your right.

Please come along to any of these sessions and ask us any questions that you have.

Interactive map

We have developed an interactive map covering the three projects Gowrie to Helidon, Helidon to Calvert and Calvert to Kagaru, to help us get a better understanding of key issues from a community perspective.

The interactive map allows members of the public to have their say on each of these three projects by simply dropping a pin on the map and adding a comment.

The map shows the current design. As the project continues to develop, the map will be updated to reflect the latest design.

We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us.

Access the interactive map here.

The C2K project is currently gathering community input, feedback and data to assist us in developing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and feasibility design of the C2K project.

An overview of the EIS consultation program, as well as the associated EIS technical studies, is available here.

You can reach us on phone 1800 732 761, email inlandrailqld@artc.com.au or come meet us at the next round of consultation sessions.

Community information sessions – May 2019

Our project team will be holding community information sessions in late May to discuss the project and findings relating to the rail alignment, soils, flora and fauna, air quality, noise and vibration, flooding, social impact, land use and property, and heritage both Aboriginal and European.

Our consultation posters are now available on in the Consultation documents on your right.

Please come along to any of these sessions and ask us any questions that you have.

Interactive map

We have developed an interactive map covering the three projects Gowrie to Helidon, Helidon to Calvert and Calvert to Kagaru, to help us get a better understanding of key issues from a community perspective.

The interactive map allows members of the public to have their say on each of these three projects by simply dropping a pin on the map and adding a comment.

The map shows the current design. As the project continues to develop, the map will be updated to reflect the latest design.

We appreciate you taking the time to share your feedback with us.

Access the interactive map here.