Gowrie to Helidon project consultation

We continue to gather community input and feedback to assist in developing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and feasibility design for Gowrie to Helidon (G2H) project.

In November, we will be holding a number of staffed information displays in Gatton, Yamanto and Toowoomba where you will be able to view, and speak to us about, the preliminary horizontal alignment.

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 staffed information displays.

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.

We continue to gather community input and feedback to assist in developing the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and feasibility design for Gowrie to Helidon (G2H) project.

In November, we will be holding a number of staffed information displays in Gatton, Yamanto and Toowoomba where you will be able to view, and speak to us about, the preliminary horizontal alignment.

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 staffed information displays.

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.