The first Southern Darling Downs Community Consultative Committee was established in December 2017 with 15 members, plus the independent Chair, who provided input and feedback into the Border to Gowrie project.
The two-year tenure of the Southern Darling Downs CCC concluded in late 2019. The renewed Committee was appointed in March 2020 for up to two years, or until the Border to Gowrie project has gained statutory approval. Updated membership details can be found below.
- Canning Creek
The Committee holds regular meetings. Observers are welcome, however registrations are recommended.
To register, please contact the team by phoning 1800 732 761.
There are currently no upcoming consultative-committee-working-group events.
Independent review of preliminary Condamine floodplain crossing
In October 2018, the Southern Darling Downs Community Consultative Committee appointed independent advisor, Dr John Macintosh from Water Solutions Pty Ltd to carry out an independent review of the Condamine floodplain crossing.
At the Committee meeting on 21 March 2019, Dr John Macintosh presented the Interim Report on Flood Impacts. This report provides a summary of the review of potential impacts of the preliminary Condamine floodplain crossing on flooding and a draft strategy for communicating technical information about expected flood related impacts to the community.
Representation: Inglewood Community Advisory Network; MacIntyre Brook Irrigators Association
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Representation: Southern Queensland Landscapes
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Representation: Bigambul Native Title Aboriginal Corporation
Representation: Goondiwindi Chamber of Commerce
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June 30, 2021
Local games made in the shade at Goondiwindi Rugby Union Football Club
Up to 200 of Goondiwindi Rugby Union Football Club’s loyal supporters will now be able to cheer on their local team in greater comfort thanks to a new shaded area funded in part by Inland Rail.
June 30, 2021
Millmerran State School students on track with STEM
The Inland Rail Skills Academy was proud to support a team of students from Millmerran State School at the second annual STEM on Track challenge at the University of Southern Queensland’s Toowoomba Campus earlier this month.