We are committed to working closely with landholders and local communities throughout the design, development and construction of Inland Rail.

Inland Rail Community Consultative Committees (CCCs) provide a forum to share project information, discuss topics of interest, and address any issues or community concerns.

Importantly, they also provide an opportunity for community representatives to share their knowledge and experience on key issues with the Inland Rail team.

The CCCs are made up of specially selected members with a range of backgrounds and interests. Each committee has an Independent Chair.

While the committees are not decision-making bodies, their input and feedback will result in projects that better address community issues and concerns during planning and design.

Committees in Queensland

For Inland Rail projects in Queensland, the committees are formally appointed following assessment of nominations by an independent assessor and our governing body, Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC).

Inland Rail CCCs in Queensland are:

Southern Darling Downs

Inner Darling Downs

Lockyer Valley

Scenic Rim

Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton

Committees in New South Wales

In New South Wales, the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment (DPIE) decides whether a committee should be established for state significant projects and we act under the Department’s direction and guidance. DPIE also recruits, appoints and reviews the performance of independent chairpersons.

Inland Rail CCCs in New South Wales are:

Narromine to Narrabri

North Star to NSW/QLD Border

Illabo to Stockinbingal

Committees in Victoria

We do not have CCCs in Victoria. However, the Tottenham to Albury project established a working group to seek community input into the Anderson Street bridge reference design.

Benalla Working Group

Euroa Working Group

Role of Community Consultative Committee Chair in Queensland

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Role of Community Consultative Committee Chair in New South Wales

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Community Consultative Committee guidelines for New South Wales

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