Local knowledge is vital to Inland Rail.
In order to deliver Inland Rail successfully, we need to understand and manage the full impact of the project.
The best way we can do this is by talking and listening to those affected, as well as working closely with local communities, business, industry, local and state governments.
There are many ways to comment and provide feedback on our plans and activities.
Your knowledge contributes to our understanding and plays a part in how we design, construct and deliver Inland Rail.
Upcoming community events
We host information sessions, presentations and workshops to gather feedback from the community regularly. Join us at one of our upcoming events.
Your local Consultative Committees
Community Consultative Committees provide community members and landowners with a forum to share their knowledge and experience with our team while addressing local concerns.
Online consultation tools open 24/7
We’re seeking community feedback on project plans and activities. Feedback is open 24/7 on many of our interactive maps and consultation tools.
Check your local project page to take part in an online survey or provide your feedback on one of our project’s interactive maps.
We acknowledge that Inland Rail will be built and operated on the traditional lands of many Indigenous nations.
We value our relationships with Indigenous communities and recognise their inherent connection to their traditional lands and their continuing responsibility of stewardship and caring for country and culture.
March 1, 2021
Euroa Working Group update
In a new initiative, Euroa Working Group Chair Michell Croker shares her insights on the working group’s meetings, which will be published in the Euroa Gazette.
March 1, 2021
Benalla Working Group update
In a new initiative, Benalla Working Group Chair Cath Botta shares her insights on the working group’s meetings, which will be published in the Benalla Ensign.